Megyn Kelly crossed the one line no one saw coming
NBC’S Megyn Kelly is most famous for one feud.
She fought with Donald Trump during the 2016 election.
Now she crossed the one line no one saw coming.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos undid one of Barack Obama’s worst legacies.
The Obama administration encouraged schools to treat sexual assaults as Title IX violations.
Instead of police investigating claims of rape and sexual assault on college campuses, the Obama administration forced schools to create kangaroo courts that shredded the rights of the accused.
Kelly shocked viewers by praising the Trump administration’s decision.
NBC host Megyn Kelly on Thursday said former President Barack Obama’s administration went “too far back” in seeking to protect college students claiming they were sexually assaulted, “completely eroding” the due process rights of the accused.
Kelly made the remark on her show Megyn Kelly Today a day after The New York Times reported that Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is crafting new policies on how colleges deal with sexual harassment and assault cases that would boost protections for those accused.
“I’ve been covering this closely for years, for years, and I understand the argument on the one side that we were in a position, back when I went to school, back in my day, when the pendulum was completely against the woman, right?” said Kelly, who is a victim of sexual misconduct.
“And so there was a problem that needed solving,” Kelly continued. “But I would submit that the Obama administration overcorrected the problem and swung the pendulum too far back against the accused, completely eroding their due process rights.”
Liberals were furious.
Former ESPN host Jemele Hill – who is best known for her racist views – slammed Kelly.
Remember that time they tried to position Megyn Kelly like she was some kind of revolutionary feminist. Fun times. https://t.co/6ciPmxe2RW
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) August 31, 2018
Liberals like Jemele Hill hate the Constitution.
They believe the outcome is the most important thing.
And victims of sexual assault and rape deserve justice.
But the judicial system was set up to protect the rights of the accused.
Americans believe that if the government is going to deprive you of life, liberty or property that the government should have to pass the highest burden possible.