Megyn Kelly Destroys Liberal Hypocrisy Over Tea Party and Black Lives Matter Rhetoric


Fox News host, Megyn Kelly, became nearly unglued over the glaring hypocrisy between liberal acceptance of the Black Lives Matter movement and their portrayal of the Tea Party.

Kelly was specifically referring to the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, in 2011, which DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, blamed specifically on the Tea Party. How could an entire movement be blamed for that shooting, which was carried out by an insane man with no political affiliations, when the Black Lives Matter protesters who are specifically calling for violence against police officers, isn’t being designated as a hate group?

Other examples of liberal disdain for the Tea Party include a CNN host comparing them to Shiite militia groups and Obama supporters saying the group is a bigger terror threat than radical Muslims.

Kelly, it seems, has had enough of the hypocrisy.

via Mediaite:

After some protesters were filmed chanting “pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” Kelly was amazed that not only have Democrats avoided the issue, but they’ve been recently trying to establish a connection between them and the movement.

Richard Fowler told Kelly and Katie Pavlich that they’re missing the point of the movement and that the chanting was from a select few, but a fired-up Kelly asked, “Why were so many on the left so quick to tie a few comments made by alleged Tea Party members to the entire Tea Party?!”

She said that all it took liberals back then was for just a few random Tea Partiers to say stuff for them to be outraged, but “suddenly the actions of a few do not apply to the many.”

Pavlich accused Fowler of being okay with a group that advocates killing cops, and they had a heated back-and-forth before Kelly wound down the segment.

Watch the fiery exchange below …

Comment:  Are liberals being hypocritical with how they have responded to the Tea Party and Black Lives Matter movements?  Is there even any question that one is a hate group and the other is not?

Rusty Weiss has been covering politics for over 15 years. His writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, Fox... More about Rusty Weiss

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