Megyn Kelly’s reaction to the Florida shooting was the worst moment of her career
Megyn Kelly set her career on a tailspin when she began feuding with Donald Trump.
It caused her to leave Fox News and jump to NBC where all her shows flopped.
But her insane reaction to the shooting in Florida was the biggest mistake of her career.
Kelly followed the pack of journalists demanding Congress shred the Constitution and ban guns.
While some would accuse her of trying to suck up to her liberal audience at NBC or to liberal journalists to win favorable reviews, Kelly has always been a gun grabber at heart.
After the Florida shooting, she used time on her show to whine that politicians wouldn’t dare cross their Second Amendment supporting constituents and join the left in gutting Americans Second Amendment rights.
The Daily Beast reports:
“‘The NRA is too powerful, our politicians are too weak, and the guns are too ubiquitous,’ Kelly lamented Thursday morning.
Megyn Kelly began her hour of NBC’s Today show Thursday with her thoughts about “the latest in a shameful string of school shootings in our country.”
And in the aftermath of that shooting, which left at least 17 dead at a high school in Parkland, Florida, Kelly sees no hope in sight.
After a report on the ground from NBC colleague Gabe Gutierrez, Kelly delivered an angry and stunningly pessimistic monologue about America’s gun problem that was at odds both with her new, sunny disposition as NBC morning host and the conservative firebrand role she embodied for years on Fox News.
“There have been at least 12—at least 12 school shootings so far in America in 2018. It’s February 15th,” Kelly said. “How we doing, America? Everyone okay with that? Apparently the answer is, in fact, yes, because we haven’t done virtually anything to stop it.”
“We all know what’s about to happen right now, don’t we?” she continued. “We’re going to say how sorry and shocked and sad we are and then we’re going to move on without doing anything. And then we’ll express how sorry and shocked and sad we are at the next one. And the one after that.”
The only individual responsible for the death in Parkland, Florida was the killer.
Kelly casting the blame at the feet of Second Amendment supporting Americans is obscene.