Author Topic: Fox News’ Megyn Kelly Snaps When Ferguson Update Interrupts Segment On Slain American Journalist  (Read 220 times)

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Offline Machiavelli

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Good for Megyn Kelly!  :patriot:

Ellie Hall
August 21, 2014

During her show on Tuesday, Megyn Kelly was visibly frustrated when her interview about the beheading of American journalist James Foley was interrupted by a breaking news update from the protests in Ferguson.


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Megyn's wound a little tight.
From  "A Shining City on a Hill"

To "A global laughingstock"

Offline musiclady

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Megyn's wound a little tight.

But she's right about this.

A conversation about an American beheaded by terrorists ought to trump yet another clash in Ferguson.

And it looked like the producers paid heed and removed the 'riot' video.
« Last Edit: August 21, 2014, 03:40:09 PM by musiclady »
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She knows full well, that Ferguson is being used as "Hey...look at the squirrel running in the backyard!
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