How great is it when we get a chance to watch the liberal clowns dine on one another?
Megyn Kelly was booked to host an upcoming event in Washington, D.C., for a group of anti-gun nuts put together by the parents who lost their children in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. It turns out, the group has no interest in anyone that would give a conspiracy theory nut, a national platform to continue promoting the belief that the shooting incident that took their children was nothing but a false flag.
When the parents of the children killed in Sandy Hook learned that Megyn Kelly would be interviewing Alex Jones of Info Wars, they wasted no time giving her the boot and attacking her on Twitter.
Megyn is trying to play it cool and has expressed an understanding and appreciation for why they felt the need to give her the boot, but defends her scheduled interview of Alex Jones, insisting that journalist should be reporting on and exposing his conspiracy theory nonsense.
It’s not just Megyn getting beat down over the upcoming Alex Jones interview, NBC is being squeezed hard on social media and the timing of the interview, which is taking place on Fathers Day is not gong over well either. Alex Jones has maintained that the 26 people killed at the Sandy Hook school in Connecticut was nothing but a hoax.
The controversial interview is starting to cost the station advertising. JPMorgan Chase has asked that none of their ads run during the broadcast of the Alex Jones interview.
Kelly maintains that she finds Jones’ suggestion that the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax “as personally revolting as every other rational person does.
“It left me, and many other Americans, asking the very question that prompted this interview: How does Jones, who traffics in these outrageous conspiracy theories, have the respect of the president of the United States and a growing audience of millions?”
“Our goal in sitting down with him was to shine a light, as journalists are supposed to do, on this influential figure and, yes, to discuss the considerable falsehoods he has promoted with near impunity,” she said. The interview is the planned centerpiece of her third broadcast of the newsmagazine “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly.”
The interview has put Kelly, who jumped to NBC from Fox News Channel earlier this year, squarely back in the headlines. She was one of Trump’s favorite targets during the presidential campaign because he was annoyed at tough questions she asked him at a Fox-broadcast debate.