Megyn Kelly has seen her ratings plummet in the last few months as she continues to launch unfounded attacks on Donald Trump in a desperate attempt to appeal to mainstream audiences. She did this once again during her show on Tuesday night when she defended the women who have accused Trump of sexual assault despite the fact that there is no evidence behind their claims.
On Tuesday night, People magazine named six friends and colleagues who corroborated writer Natasha Stoynoff’s account of being sexually assaulted by Trump in 2005. Kelly was very impressed by this, calling it an “extraordinary response.”
“It’s not just, ‘we trust our writer’ — it’s ‘Here are six people who she told the night of the alleged attack, the day after the alleged attack, an independent witness who says she was there for the Melania Trump exchange,'” she told guest Howard Kurtz, according to The Week. “I mean, if this is a conspiracy, wow, it’s a really well organized by People.”
“Well, I don’t think the election’s gonna turn on this,” Kurtz said, adding that the fact that these six people can give a “detailed account” of this decade-old story “adds credibility to her account, because why would she make this up 10, 11 years ago?”
“And not just that,” Kelly said. “He doesn’t just come out and say, ‘It isn’t true, I’m not going to dignify this with a back-and-forth,’ he attacks their looks. He’s been pointing everybody… to pictures of this reporter, suggesting, ‘I would never, I don’t find her attractive.'”
Kelly added that whether or not Trump finds the women attractive “just for the record makes no difference when it comes to harassment. It’s not about ‘I’m so attracted to you I can’t keep my hands to myself,’ it’s about power.”
What Kelly and her fellow liberals are ignoring is the fact that these accusations literally came out of nowhere, and there is absolutely no evidence to support these claims. SHARE this story if you’re SICK of Megyn Kelly attacking Trump and want her OFF of Fox News!