Megyn Kelly is no stranger to public criticism, but she rarely steps down from her beliefs. According to recent reports, Kelly is once again facing backlash after covering a segment on honor killings and the treatment of women in Islamic countries on her show The Kelly File.
After the segment aired, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) publicly denounced it, and demanded a retraction.
“Guess what, you’re not getting it,” the bold host claimed.
CAIR’s tasked with defending Islam. There is no mistaking that their agenda is not to help victims of Sharia law or the honor killings Kelly covered in her segment. Instead, they want the mainstream media to keep the violence under wraps—and they are the first to speak up when the truth comes out.
What do you think? Did Kelly do the right thing covering the segment? Should she have to apologize?
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