Megyn Kelly was back on Fox News Channel.
The controversial anchor shocked viewers with what she had to say.
And Megyn Kelly dropped a bombshell about a giant sex scandal about one top liberal.
Megyn Kelly chose Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program for the site of her big comeback.
Carlson scored the first interview with Kelly since NBC unceremoniously fired her after the PC police demanded her scalp after comments about blackface Halloween costumes.
The interview was newsworthy on several fronts.
Kelly broke new ground on the massive sex scandal engulfing NBC News.
In investigative journalist Ronan Farrow’s new book, “Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators”, Farrow alleged that NBC covered up accusations by multiple women that former “Today Show” anchor Matt Lauer allegedly sexually assaulted them.
Lauer was one of the many high profile liberals that saw their careers end in the wake of the “Me Too” movement.
NBC eventually fired Lauer in 2017 after former staffer Brooke Nevils lodged a formal complaint.
The network claimed it had no knowledge of any complaints against Lauer, although in the book Farrow alleges the women’s silence was bought off with hefty settlements.
Kelly said there was an easy way for NBC to prove their innocence – open up their books and come clean about any settlements.
“They haven’t gotten specific about what monies were paid out to whom,” Kelly added. “Show us the money. The number one thing that needs to happen now is they need to release any and all Matt Lauer accusers from their confidentiality agreements.”
When Carlson expressed doubt about NBC’s claims of ignorance of Lauer’s behavior, Kelly jumped right in.
“Show us all of the agreements, the enhanced severance agreements reached or at least the number so we can see which ones pop out and which ones are super high,” Kelly continued. “Are they all women? Do they all have a connection with Matt Lauer? Release the women from their confidentiality obligations.”
Finally, Kelly declared NBC should follow the lead of other prominent organizations and hire an outside firm to conduct an independent investigation.
Kelly cited Fox News as one example of a media company that followed this playbook.
“There needs to be an outside investigation into this company. They investigated themselves. That doesn’t work,” Kelly explained. “Fox News had an outside investigator. CBS News had an outside investigator — NPR, the NFL. This is how it’s done. You get somebody on the outside who can be trusted.”
Fox News Channel hired an outside law firm to conduct an investigation into former host Gretchen Carlson’s allegations that former network President Roger Ailes sexually harassed her.
Eventually, Kelly and other women stepped forward and Fox forced out Ailes just before the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Kelly believes NBC needs to face this type of accounting for anyone to believe the network has any credibility in their claims of innocence in the massive sexual misconduct scandal spiraling across NBC.
American Patriot Daily will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.