The Pardu

The Pardu
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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Fox News Megyn Kelly Duels With Guest Over Ferguson Grand Jury Ruling



In early November, Megyn Kelly reached to satiate her audience with another misrepresentation of fact regarding A Colorado allegation of voter fraud.  Check this out.....http://bluenationreview.com/hispanic-man-delivers-absentee-ballots-conservatives-respond-death-threats/

Of course, you remember Megyn Kelly for the following on-air ridiculousness. In one case she spewed a degree of racism never before seen in electronic media (below)

Pepper Spray as nothing more then being sprayed with a vegetable, 2011.





Megyn Kelly: "White Santa; white Jesus." (Classic racism with her all white panel)



               

After a few days off camera, Kelly reappears with one of the most insane explanation of her racist remarks and an advertisements for the "Powerful" Fox News one could imagine. Linked. Did you notice comments about "tongue and cheek" and comment about her words for kids watching her show? Her show airs at 10:00 Eastern Time.  First, how many Santa aged kids are watching the Kelly File (period), and second how many will actually have television rights at 10:00 PM?

"Powerful Fox News!" 

Yesterday while running through cable channels, I noticed an anomaly. Kelly was on my television screen with a member of the Black Caucus! The Caucus has come-out in opposition to the Darren Wilson Grand Jury ruling, and such public proclamation would surely attract many Fox News viewers.  

The segment turned into a "a talk-over session. The Caucus member refused to allow Kelly (via her producers) to lay propaganda eggs in the minds of viewers and do so unquestioned or unchallenged.   You will notice Kelly's read of testimony from witnesses who support claims of Mike Brown charging a COP firing as many as 12 shots at point blank range. She (excitedly) read the testimony, and was typical Fox in her lack of interest in a  retort from the congressman. Fox previously claimed no witness testimony is of true value in court proceedings. 


Kelly has the gall to speak about "this show" as if she and her producers have a record of fair and balanced reporting. She knows better, but when dealing with the Right one has to only claim make the statement and viewers leave the television set in a state of full belief. 

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