Megyn Kelly: Let’s import more followers of sharia law

“Why not? This is a country with lots of crazy beliefs. And actually, some religions continue to treat women as second class citizens and it’s not just some forms of Islam. Are we going to start banning everybody who doesn’t treat women or children or criminals for that matter the way we like?”

How about “yes”

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  • Exile1981

    Her brain is missing.

    • It went dead on that count.

      • Exile1981

        Dr. Cockroach Ph.D.: [about Megyn Kelly ] Forgive her, but as you can see, she has no brain.

        Megyn Kelly: Turns out, you don’t need one. Totally overrated! As a matter of fact, I don’t even…

        [starts gasping for air]

        Megyn Kelly : I forgot how to breathe! Don’t know how to breathe! Help me, Doctor Cockroach! Help! Help!

        Dr. Cockroach Ph.D.: Suck in, Megyn!

        Megyn Kelly :[breathes normally] Thanks, Doc. You’re a life saver.

    • luna

      She’s just playing devil’s advocate. Jindal needs to better articulate his position.

      • I hope so.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        THIS
        She’s not that stupid or Muslim-friendly.

        • Justin St.Denis

          She doesn’t like Jindal, whom she has accused of being inconsistent on a number of issues (she was right). But Kelly does play devil’s advocate very, very well.

    • The Goat

      She wasn’t hired for her brain.

      • That’s not fair. She’s often very good.

        Except, obviously, when she’s not. I guess you can only expect so much from a woman named “Megyn”, who spells it “Megyn”.

        • The Goat

          She’s usually pretty sharp. It doesn’t change the fact that she wasn’t hired for her brain.

          • Justin St.Denis

            You know very little about Ms. Kelly, obviously. She was hired precisely because of her brain.

          • Freedom

            She is a cocky lawyer , my father was a lawyer and I worked a few years in his office before I spent 1 year in law school. Some lawyers are good people and some are not. The first time she interviewed US Senator Ted Cruz she said ” How do you like being the most hated man in America” then I stoped watching her show, lately I have watched it a few times.

        • Justin St.Denis

          These days, one has to pick one’s battles. If I expressed my irritation every time I encountered a new spelling for an established name, or a weird spelling for an invented one, or some other atrocity, I just “move on”. It simply ain’t worth the aggravation, I figure. Godspeed with your silly-assed name, I think.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Mamba, I’ve relatives in North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and Virginia. You wouldn’t believe the names I’ve heard/been introduced to over the years. Judgement? Oh, I have a judgement, alright! But do I give this issue any of my TIME? Nope.

            Let Trainwrecka, Shithead (pronounced Shi-Teed, I kid you not), and Trashcanna (yup!) deal with the burdens visited upon them by their stupid parents by legally changing their names. If they don’t, then they are stupid, too. I’ve no time for the stupid. Do you? 😉

  • Uncle_Waspy

    “Why not?”

    Isn’t that the genesis of too many progressive policies? “Why not?”… What harm can it do?

    The follow up is always “How were we supposed to know this would happen?!!!”

    It’s all about pissing off daddy.

  • The Goat

    How’s that 19th Amendment workin’ out for ya?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      About as well as the 18th amendment it seems.