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Megyn Kelly Forgets Her Own Past In Attack On Melania Trump [Video]

Interesting that she would go after the First Lady in this fashion.

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Hypocritically, Megyn Kelly drew a nearly straight-line comparison between First Lady Melania Trump and porn star Stormy Daniels when discussing comments about the latter’s character and credibility. She left out a line though, the one that leads straight to the disappointing NBC host herself.

Kelly’s panel discussion began with a video clip of Rudy Giuliani in Israel criticizing Daniels for her career choices and how it affects her credibility.

“I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman or a woman of substance or a woman who has great respect for herself as a woman and as a person and isn’t going to sell her body for sexual exploitation,” Giuliani said in the clip.

Kelly reacted, “The notion that, you know, he respects women of substance, a woman who won’t sell her body for sexual exploitation.”

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Then she launched into a false equivalency.

“So Melania Trump is classy and gorgeous, and I really admire her, but she has posed nude for GQ magazine back in 2000,” Kelly said. “And so, to suggest that Trump would never respect and that Giuliani wouldn’t respect anybody who’s ever sold her body for sexual exploitation, I mean. …”

Kelly caught herself, saying she wasn’t drawing a comparison between the two, despite clearly drawing a comparison between the two.

“Now, I’m not comparing the two, posing nude is not the same as being a porn star – but come on. Right? Come on,”

Interesting that she would go after the First Lady in this fashion, considering one week ago Kelly retweeted an article titled, “Leave. Melania. Alone. Please.”

“Well worth the read and consideration,” she wrote.

 

 

Kelly went on to defend Daniels’s character against Giuliani’s assertions.

“Being an adult film star does not make you a liar. Doesn’t make you a liar,”

And posing seductively in GQ doesn’t mean someone is of poor character or does it?

Funny thing though, before she reached the pinnacle of ratings at Fox, in November 2010 Kelly posed in GQ. The photos taken to go with the interview were so popular that the post of the interview and pictures on The Lid was the only one in the history of the site to make the top 50 in page views three years in a row. So perhaps Megyn Kelly shouldn’t talk about other women exploiting their bodies in GQ because her photo shoot certainly boosted her popularity.

As I wrote at the time:

Dang, I don’t know If I will ever be able to watch Megyn Kelly the same way. The Fox News Anchor was interviewed by GQ for its men of the year issue.  The interview is pretty standard but the picture, lets just say its HOT!  This is how the magazine describes her

The GQ article first posted eight years ago is below:

Megyn Kelly Screengrab Youtube

Parts of this post were first seen at The Mental Recession

 

 

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Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )
Topics:
1) Conspiracy U: A Case Study – Scott discusses tenured professors’ conspiracy teaching on campuses and the use of intimidation tactics
2) Anti-sematic and anti-zionist promotions on campuses leading to significant increases in hate crimes against Jews
3) Democrats are trying to stash Amnesty in the Build Back Better $1.75T spending bill – For 6.5M Illegal Immigrants, it strives to do the following:
*Temporary Parole
**5 year work and Travel Permits
4) Some Democrats want to ignore the Senate Parliamentarian if she rules against the Democrats as expected
5) Sen. Manchin opposes the plan as 87% of West Virginians oppose the bill
6) Manchin also is opposed to the Paid Leave provision in the deal that will cost $200B
7) Americans move on with their lives and give Omicron variant the cold shoulder as we need to learn to live with a virus that is not going away

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Biden Invokes ‘Santa Claus’ in Bizarre Supply Chain Commentary

This, while taking no responsibility whatsoever for the ever-worsening consumer crisis facing Americans.

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It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words.

This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare.

President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems.

He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason.

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“I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.”

Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years.

But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics.

“Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said.

Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

 

It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words. This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare. President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems. He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason. “I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.” Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years. But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics. “Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said. Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.  

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