Megyn Kelly’s Impassioned Farewell Might Have Been Sincere


Megyn Kelly gave an impassioned farewell on her last show on Fox News Friday. Sincere? She once said she practiced before a mirror before her performances, but maybe they all do it. It’s not a bad idea but we can picture her practicing this farewell. What do you think?

Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity might not miss her. Back in November, Bill couldn’t take it any longer.

Bill O’Reilly told a CBS panel in November that he has no interest in discussing allegations by Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly that former CEO Roger Ailes sexually harassed her, arguing that the accusations make the network “look bad.”

“I want to be very candid here. I’m not interested in this,” O’Reilly told “CBS This Morning”. He was responding to a question concerning Kelly’s new book, “Settle for More.” In the book, she puts forth allegations that Ailes played a cat-and-mouse game with her mixing his business advice and sexual innuendo in their meetings until he did physically try to kiss her. The incidents took place a decade ago. On Monday, Ailes told the Washington Post he “categorically” denies Kelly’s version of the events.

When asked about claims made in Kelly’s book, O’Reilly said abruptly that he hasn’t read it.

“I’m not interested in basically litigating something that is finished that makes my network look bad, OK?” O’Reilly said. “I’m not interested in making my network look bad at all. That doesn’t interest me one bit.”

Bill O’Reilly was fed up with her disloyalty as she hawked her book on other networks, embarrassing Fox News employees.

After this appearance, Kelly said Rupert Murdoch gave his permission for the book. There had been other disagreements like the time Kelly said O’Reilly didn’t defend her well enough against Trump.

She went on to The View of all places and claimed her colleagues at Fox News gave the questions to Donald Trump prior to interviews, even the negative ones. She said it happened on other networks as well but it’s hard to imagine anyone would help Trump from the other networks.

The only people on Fox she could have been referring to are Hannity and O’Reilly.

Hannity responded.

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