Megyn Kelly Calls Out #BLM Hypocrisy

Let’s start here:

The leader behind the “pigs in a blanket, fire them like bacon” chant at a recent #BlackLivesMatter protest said on MSNBC Tuesday night that the chant was meant to be playful, not to incite violence.

“Do those activists, do you, do #BlackLivesMatter activists hate police officers?” asked host Chris Hayes.

“No, not at all,” Trahern Crews responded. “And I want to put that chant in context.”

Crews said the protesters and police were both having a great time. “So on the way back, the officer leading the parade kept talking into his microphone and saying things to the crowd, like, ‘Stay off the medium, do that,’ he was laughing and joking with the marchers, so then the marchers kind of started chanting that towards him. It was more playful than anything.”

“You’re saying, that was in a playful context, that chant?” asked Hayes.

“At that particular demonstration, yes. That was,” Crews said.

Just let that soak in for a minute.

Now here’s Megyn:

On Tuesday, the Fox News Channel’s “Kelly File” host Megyn Kelly criticized the “double standard” between the treatment of the Black Lives Matter movement and the Tea Party, stating with the Black Lives Matter movement, “suddenly the actions of a few do not apply to the many” like they did with the Tea Party.

Kelly began by playing footage of a New Black Panther group chanting “Oink oink, bang bang” in front of a jail in Texas, which she said was “Just one of the angry and incendiary chants we have seen against police in recent months. … But so far, haven’t heard much from Washington. however, take a walk back with me to 2011, when a shooting in Tucson led to an angry chorus complaining about what they said was angry Tea Party rhetoric.”


Kelly then stated, “I went out to see, Katie, whether Debbie Wasserman Schultz was out denouncing the rhetoric that we are now hearing, you know, the lack of civility, that she was complaining about, with the Black Lives Matter movement, and this is what I found her saying about that movement.” Kelly then played a clip of Wasserman Schultz on August 22nd saying, “I’m proud of the young people who have been pushing that Black Lives Matter movement. We brought the Confederate Flag down. We’ve made sure that symbols of hate, symbols of hate are unacceptable in America.”

Guest Fox News Contributor and Editor Katie Pavlich stated, “if Debbie Wasserman Schultz were concerned about symbols of hate, she would be denoting the Black Lives Matter movement.”

Kelly added that the DNC is “trying to tie themselves to the movement, the same movement that’s chanting ‘Pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon.’ And these same people [were] denouncing, not long ago the lack of civility in America, meanwhile you’ve got people connected with this movie — with this movement, putting up the sign of a roasted pig and Officer Darren Wilson’s name on it.”

Fox News Contributor and talk radio host Richard Fowler countered, “I don’t think we’re watching the same Black Lives Matter movement. I think if you talk to any of organizers on the ground, both in Ferguson, in Baltimore, and New York, they will tell you they’re a nonviolent movement. That all they want to do is end the disparities –” Kelly cut in to ask why “nonviolent” protesters were chanting “Pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon.” Fowler responded that this was “one small incident” of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Kelly then cut in to ask why “so many on the left” were “so quick to tie a comments made by alleged Tea Party members to the entire Tea Party? How about that Richard?” After a period of crosstalk, Kelly asked again, “the people on the left we just showed, were very quick to blame violence that happened in the country on what they alleged were a couple of Tea Party comments that they found to be racist or incendiary. Why are they not as outraged now, when as you point out, okay, maybe it was just Minnesota, maybe it was just those New Black Panther — maybe it’s just that one roasted pig. But suddenly the actions of a few do not apply to the many. Why the double standard?”

Fowler stated, “Well, first, the shooting death that you were talking about in the video clip, there’s actually evidence that indicates that this person was — who had — he had Tea Party sentiments, he agreed with the Tea Party. In this case in Houston — or in Texas, rather, there is no evidence, right? There’s been no investigation, and from somebody, Megyn, who’s a lawyer, you would say, ‘Let’s see the facts first.’” Kelly interjected that she did exactly that on the show the previous night.

Jared Loughner was NOT a Tea Partier. He wasn’t a liberal either. He was and is a straight-up whacko. But even before anyone knew anything about him the Left was already blaming Sarah Palin for inciting Loughner to commit murder.

My position isn’t that people bear no responsibility for the violent acts they incite, My position is that in the Giffords case there is no evidence that any incitement took place.

But in the case of #blacklivesmatter and all the other race-based protests and riots over the past couple years, there is a clear pattern of incitement.



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78 Responses to Megyn Kelly Calls Out #BLM Hypocrisy

  1. 49erDweet says:

    Smart move on Kelly’s part.

  2. helenk3 says:

    every group that insults or hurts some part of America seems to have democratic backing today. How much the the ows bunch cost different cities and states? How many have to get killed before the blm bunch become unacceptable to the dems? In history how much damage did the KKK do? they are no longer in the countries best interest.

  3. helenk3 says:

    I do believe this. backtrack bunch creating situations to create martial law.
    way back they talked about replacing local and state law enforcement with national civilian corp

  4. DeniseVB says:

    I sure don’t remember any tea party people calling for the murders of anyone. As taxpayers, their war was with Congress in response to Obamas bailouts and stimulous (which paid back his donors). I’m glad to see Megyn call them out as hypocrites, because this sh*t keeps appearing on the BLM feeds:

    • Myiq2xu says:

      At every TP rally they covered the media tried to find anyone waving a racist/radical sign and focus on them. I’m sure that at least some of them were real and not Dems in disguise, but even so they were not representative of the group. If you have 1000 people at a rally and 2-3 are racists, that doesn’t make it a racist rally.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Even at anti-Bush (it was never about the war) protests, there were nut jobs the media loved to cover.

        Even locally, our tea party rallies had people show up with signs calling for sending Obama/N-word back to Kenya or worse, they were provacateurs, so people had to stand with them with large arrows pointing at them printed with “NOT TEA PARTY” just to help the media out, of course 😉 Just proves how stupid the media is.

        All rallies are street theater, and some people just want attention and the lazy media just wants to get their story/photo on the front page. I remember a garbage can being set on fire during a lefty march against the GOP convention in NYC. OMG! OMG! That thing was covered til it burned out. Turns out it was just a local punk having some fun.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    This is how Salon covered Megyn ….

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Even Geraldo! calls them a hate group …

  7. DeniseVB says:

    And, of course, our dynamic duo …. where it all started ….

  8. helenk3 says:

    5 Chinese warships spotted in the Bering Sea. Are China and Russia teaming up to give backtrack the finger during his visit?

  9. DeniseVB says:

    This is fun, hypocrisy is my favorite topic 🙂

  10. helenk3 says:

    Is anyone else having a problem with weazelzippers? the last post I see is from several days ago

  11. Myiq2xu says:
    • DeniseVB says:

      Ok, I ruled out one 😉 They are all beautiful! Reminds me of my fun, rah-rah, high school days, maybe too much fun, had to “skip” college and get a job and find a husband, but that worked out well too ❤

  12. Myiq2xu says:

    Dropping all pretense of objectivity:

  13. Dora says:

    RNC Circulates “Loyalty Pledge” to Candidates – Hopes to Ensnare Trump => More Interested in Pledge Than People’s Needs

  14. lyn says:

    The sheriff calls out the BLM hypocrite.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    Breaking: Not really, it’s TMZ. Congrats to Ms Dolezal for choosing life, baby #3 on it’s way!

  16. DeniseVB says:

    While China and Russia were circling the Arctic…’s our Prezzy. Too many gigglesnort tweets, so I give you the Twitchy roundup 😉

  17. DeniseVB says:

    My favorite 13 year old challenges Deray to a debate:

  18. Myiq2xu says:

    I made some homemade chicken noodle soup. After I ate I was sleepy so I took a nap. I dreamed I was in a Denny’s in Los Banos. I was sitting at a booth with some Mexican guy I didn’t know, reading a paper with my shirt off.

    That was some good chicken noodle soup.

  19. Myiq2xu says:

  20. mothy67 says:

    I give up. I bought a 55 inch TV stupid me I ate a bag of doritos 1800 dollar tv one dollar chips. I am bad guy.

  21. simofish says:

    Fucking hate the Dodgers

  22. lyn says:

  23. Kathy says:

    Question for Klown–or any lawyer. I know you can’t yell fire in a theatre or say hijack on an airplane, so why is it ok for BLM to incite violence? Does there have to be a more direct connection?

    • NewOrleans says:

      Him comparing Trump on the Republican side to Hillary for the Dems is ridiculous.

      Even more absurd is this statement:

      “Governors with superb records — such as Bobby Jindal in Louisiana…”

      Oh, good Lord. He’s clueless. The only people impressed by Bobby JIndal’s record as governor are those outside of Louisiana.

      • Dora says:

        Wow! I thought Bobby Jindal was a great governor. But you’re right though. I live on the other side of the country and I only know what I hear or read. There is a lesson in there someplace. I suppose it’s – don’t believe everything you hear. Thanks.

  24. Dora says:

    You know that “Loyalty Oath” they want him to sign? Well, The Donald is going to have a press conference. This should be good.

    Donald Trump Plans Press Conference as GOP Loyalty Pressure Grows

    • Lulu says:

      Leverage. Make it public. Priebus has to go to his territory at Trump Tower. They started out threatening him now it has devolved into something else. My guess is that the Republican party doesn’t want to spend all their money going after him. Trump is in hostile takeover of the party and they reached the phase where they think he is going to bankrupt them. They still think their lawyers and negotiators can save them. Hehe.

    • piper says:

      Why does Donald appeal to so many people – might have something to do with all our hard work elected republicans and getting shafted by them. Can politicians really understand cause and effect.

      • piper says:

        should read ‘electing republicans’

        • Lulu says:

          Cause and effect? No. Especially not if money is involved. As for why people are drawn to Trump I think of it as the asshole factor. The Dems and Vile Progs have had their asshole Obama. The Repubs had theirs Bush II. Now everyone else wants a turn thus The Donald. Plus he is funny. Bush and Obama are/were not funny.

  25. piper says:

    I’m back from my fabulous trip to Russia and will need a few moments before I share my experiences with a rabid progressive who was my roomie for 2 weeks and refused to understand ‘agree to disagree’ without heavy rancor.
    Back to stealing from my fellow Wisconsinite Marge

    • leslie says:

      It’s so good to see you again back here! I hope Russia was everything you’d hoped for. It is one of the destinations on my bucket list.

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