We all recall the 2015 Republican primary debate in which Megyn Kelly went after President Trump with a vengeance.
It was a watershed moment in the former Fox News host’s career.
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She was then “red-pilled.”
Many people would argue that Megyn’s change of heart was opportunistic and strategic in most cases, and I’d agree with them in most cases – but not in this one.
I sincerely believe that what happened to Megyn’s third-grader had a profound effect on her as a mother, and that her “change of heart” is genuine.
Megyn Kelly, a longtime Fox News and NBC reporter, recently told HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” that she had pulled her children out of their elite Manhattan private schools because those in charge of designing the curriculums had “gone off the deep end.”
Kelly specifically mentioned a “three-week, experimental trans-education curriculum” at Collegiate, her third-grade son’s former Upper West Side prep school. She told Maher that the program “wasn’t about support.” “We thought it was all about trying to persuade them, like, ‘Come on over,’ and the boys were perplexed.”
Kelly told Maher that she and her husband had finally reached their breaking point, claiming that most of her friends are liberal and that she has always known her children’s schools lean left.
Most Americans are effectively of this mindset: live and let live. According to Graham, however, tolerance of alternative lifestyles and gender identities is insufficient under the Equality Act. He said, “You have to endorse their views.” “If you don’t,” they say, “they would mark you as a hate speech perpetrator.”
Megyn has emerged as a tried and true fighter as a result of the “black face” incident and her son’s situation.
In all honesty, she has fought harder for Trump and the 75 million people who voted for him than the majority of Republicans.
She’s criticizing the Cuomo brothers at a time when many conservative politicians are content to sit back and let the chips fall where they can.