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Friday, January 29, 2016

Megyn Kelly Insults Donald Trump Off-Camera as The Evil ‘Voldemort’

 During Thursday night’s Republican primary debate, co-moderator Megyn Kelly referred to the absent Donald Trump as the “elephant in the room.” Behind-the-scenes, as revealed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) immediately after the debate, Kelly privately referred to Trump as “Voldemort,” the embodiment of evil in the Harry Potter novels.

Fox News told the Daily Mail that Kelly merely referred to Trump as “He Who Shall Not Be Named,” but refused to say if Kelly knew this was a direct reference to the Voldemort character.

However, while on-camera, Kelly did not deny calling Trump Voldemort. During a post-debate  interview Cruz said to Kelly,  “Well, you know, you were joking just before we went on air that it was sort of like Voldermort, he who must not be named.”

Kelly’s only response was a tight smile.

Cruz might have been motivated to drop Kelly in the grease due to his being repeatedly targeted by the moderators during the debate. After his rivals were again and again given a free opportunity to tee off on Cruz, the Texas senator finally objected:

“I would note that the last four questions have been Rand, please attack Ted; Marco, please attack Ted; Chris, please attack Ted; Jeb, please attack Ted,” Cruz accurately pointed out.

Chris Wallace responded, “It is a debate, sir.”

Cruz countered, “Well, no, a debate actually is a policy issue.”

Kelly’s non-denial reaction to Cruz combined with a statement from Fox News that reeks of evasive hair-splitting, will only further fuel Trump’s claim that Kelly, and by extension Fox News, are out to sandbag his campaign. And there was plenty of evidence of that prior to Voldemort-Gate.

While Trump used his boycott of the Fox News debate to raise $6 million for America’s veterans, the billionaire businessman’s closest rivals got pretty beat up over those two hours.

It would appear as though “Voldemort” walking away was the exact right move.
As for Megyn Kelly, this is another public relations disaster. Just two days after playing kissy-face with no less than Michael Moore, she’s caught in this gaffe-tastic moment.
I’m not sure “fair and balanced” means what Fox News thinks it means.
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If no one has figured it out yet, megan kelly is a left wing feminist hiding her true colors because she works at a pretend conservative tv station.
As for fox, so they stand behind the "integrity" of their journalists who have their own agenda?
When you have an agenda, this is not "fair and balanced".
As I said before, we can see, without a doubt, tv stations, news media, try to control who we vote for and they do have preferences they try to push us to vote for, that is not democracy, and the media has lost it's way a long time ago.
We just went through this same situation here in Canada with the cbc ctv, global's promotion and open support of the liberal party.
We saw this when this reporter (craig oliver) found it safe enough to go on a hate rampage against the previous conservative government, showing his true unprofessional colors.
There is no unbiased news media anymore, so we have to be careful with what we take as truth when they talk.

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By the way, who won the debate last night? Check it out...
Three Different Polls Say The Same Person Was The Clear Winner Of The GOP Debate
Can you smell it, that's the elite and establishment crapping their pants while screaming and crying, "why aren't people listening to us anymore, we thought we controlled everything?"

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