People need to stop qualifying their support for Megyn Kelly

Donald Trump has been mad at Megyn Kelly since last August when she had the audacity to ask him a question he did not like. Over the past few months he takes to Twitter to take shots at her the latest was done last night. He called for a boycott of her show and he challenges her credentials and her professionalism. Many journalists and just ordinary folks have defended her but I have noticed that several people feel the need to qualify their support by saying “I rarely agree with her on the issues but the Donald Trump thing is wrong”. There really is no need for the disclaimer. Most liberals are not frequent Fox News viewers. So it is obvious you don’t share Kelly’s political views, but what Trump is doing, tweeting and saying is wrong, and Kelly needs support not disclaimers.

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  • Spanish Inquisitor  On March 21, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    This is where you can weed out the reality show stars from the Presidential aspirants. Would any self-respecting candidate for the Presidency call for the boycott of a television show that they didn’t like? Even Obama, no matter what you think of him, despite all the bullshit FOX spews about him, understands the necessity of robust, antagonistic press. He wouldn’t call for boycotts of news programs.

  • Bill  On March 25, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    Obama has not, to my knowledge, called for a boycott of FOX NEWS but has raised the ante and has made an implied threat in saying “we’re going to have to change how the media reports”. I’d be interested in knowing which case you find more intimidating and unconstitutional. See attached link.

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