Megyn Kelly says the mainstream media should share blame for the Washington D.C. protests
The same media should also share blame for the angst and the division in the country
Former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly has expressed her belief that the media should blame its alleged role in giving rise to the Capitol riot by a pro-Trump mob.
Kelly told BBC‘s Newsnight, that “Part of the reason why we saw what happened on the Capitol here two weeks ago was that there was a complete lack of trust, destruction of trust in the media and people don’t know where to turn for true information,” she said. “They don’t trust the media anymore, and it’s a major problem.”
Kelly added, “I remember listening to all his disparaging comments about CNN when he first became a national figure as a presidential candidate. And I watched a lot of CNN, and I was like, ‘this is unfair. CNN maybe a little boring, but it is fair, and it’s factual, and it’s not biased against Trump,'” she explained. “Then they spent the next four years proving him right, proving me wrong.”
KELLY IS RIGHT
The Biden-backing mainstream media’s nearly one-hundred percent biased writing against Trump is mostly to blame for constructing conservative voters’ anger.
Those that object to Kelly’s opinion add fuel to the angst; Trump haters in the media do not care about honesty—they only endeavor to punish the former President.
It is estimated that over 95 percent of the liberal media’s coverage of Trump was opinion-based attacks, not news. They continue to strike against Trump.