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Is Megyn the Man-Eater Receiving Her Just Reward?

Originally posted at American Thinker

Like a Black Widow spider, infotainment sensation Megyn Kelly has advanced both her personal and career life sniffing out testosterone and then feeding off male prey.

Prior to her meteoric rise to fame, Megyn was married to an anesthesiologist named David Kendall.  Mr. Kendall said that on the day the couple married, the priest counseled Megyn on the importance of  ‘taking care of her husband.’ Megyn responded to the advice by asking, “What about him taking care of his wife?”

The ambitious celebrity enhanced her résumé, transforming from a rookie news anchor into a self-impressed show boater with the same self-regard.

Unlike the deadly arachnoid, Megyn doesn’t need to physically mate with her prey to get what she needs before the poison flows, but she openly exploits her female sexuality.

Nightly, on The Kelly File, the commentator showcased her legs under a glass-top table.

As her hubris grew, Megyn endeavored to act cutesy on camera and restyled her hair into an edgy updated version of Sly Stallone’s 1980’s love interest, Brigitte Nielsen.

 

To cover the Republican National Convention, Megyn showed up in a spaghetti strap dress.

Then, after being criticized, she defended her choice of beachwear by saying,  “women can be smart and feminine at the same time.”

Four years after that wedding ceremony, the woman who wanted a wife sought a better way to get men to provide for her needs, something she apparently felt neither a husband nor a 10-year career in the legal profession was delivering.  Megyn divorced David, left her job as an attorney, and latched onto a guy named Bill Lord, who gave the fledgling news personality her first break at an ABC affiliate in Washington DC.

From there, Kelly advanced by moving on to well-respected television journalist Brit Hume, who became her mentor.  In response to his wife Kim’s urging, a dutiful Hume delivered Megyn’s audition tape to the late Chairman and CEO of Fox News, Roger Ailes.  Ailes responded by creating a spot for Kelly and putting her on the air.

In 2014, Megyn told Business Insider “My boss, Roger Ailes, has been a huge inspiration.”  Yet two years later, in her 2016 autobiography, Settle for More, Megyn expressed thanks to that inspirational boss by revealing that Ailes offered to advance her career in “exchange for sexual favors.”  Mr. Ailes  denied Megyn Kelly’s allegations, calling them pure fiction.

And Megyn certainly did advance.

Maybe David Kendall could provide insight as to why his ex-wife, who once falsely implied he committed adultery, has a propensity to advance her interests via false accusations.

Nonetheless, in addition seeking out powerful men do her bidding,

Meanwhile, back at Fox News, Megyn’s bevy of manservants included a kindhearted mentor, a now-deceased boss, Bill O’Reilly, and a newer more compliant stay-at-home husband named Doug Brunt.

In addition to that short list, Megyn’s ladder to the top was soon notched with notable and notorious male names like Josh Duggar, Bill Ayers, Michael Moore, and Mark McKinnon of Showtime’s Political Circus.  McKinnon is the guy in the Stetson who enjoyed sitting on the other side of Megyn’s  see-through desk.

Among those the news anchor allegedly “demolished” to advance her career is radio talk show host Mike Gallagher, Fox News political consultant Karl Rove, and psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow.  At one point, Megyn was feeling so feisty she attempted to go brain cell-to-brain cell with Newt Gingrich – that was a smack down Megyn should have avoided.

It was Kelly who once said, “Television is just like typing — there’s no way to get better without doing it a lot, over and over,” which apparently also holds true for chewing up and spitting out men.

Even still, to date, Kelly’s most daring man-scapade took place at the first Republican presidential debate when, in an attempt to portray him as a womanizer, Megyn posed an in-your-face “temperament” question to candidate Donald Trump.  By depicting Trump in a negative light, in her mind, the news anchor had managed to accomplish more for her career in a few minutes of verbal abuse than Hume, Ailes, and O’Reilly were able to deliver in 12-years.

As a result of the Trump hysteria that followed, the Murdoch brothers negotiated a $20-million a year contract renewal to keep Kelly at Fox.  Rather than accept the offer, Megyn dissociated herself from the cable news giant and got Andrew Lack, the chairman of NBC’s news division, to convince NBC to shell out between 15 and 20 million.

Sadly for her, the woman who thought she would strut in and own the peacock is now finding it more difficult to employ the same methods at NBC that worked so well for her at Fox News.

For example, during the début of her new show, “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly,” for a state dinner at Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg Megyn showed up in a thigh-high slit skirt and stiletto heels.  Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared less than impressed with both the outfit and her interviewing skills.

Not to be deterred by the abysmal ratings that followed the Putin premiere, Megyn segued from a Russian president to a controversial – love him or hate him – conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.  Jones anticipated Megyn was setting him up.  So, instead of being distracted by blonde curls and false eyelashes, Jones focused on secretly taping both the actual and pre-interview discussions.

When the parents of Sandy Hook victims found out about the show’s topic, advertisers threatened to boycott NBC for agreeing to allow Kelly to give credibility to a man who once said the mass shooting a “hoax.”  Megyn responded to the outcry by using it as an opportunity to diss Jones and tie him and his  “outrageous conspiracy theories” to Donald Trump.

Alex then ‘trumped’ Kelly by leaking a tape of Megyn sounding more flirtatious toward Jones than ‘personally revolted.’

In the end, Megyn ‘blowhards beware’ Kelly has worked very hard mastering the craft of elevating herself at the expense of men.  Now, after all the “exploitation and impunity” Kelly enjoyed at Fox, in her first two weeks at NBC, Megyn is finally receiving a just reward for the man-eating methods she’s employed making a name for herself.

Foxy News fires O’Reilly

Originally posted at American Thinker

No one would deny that in advertising, sex sells.  If that weren’t the case, then attractive women wouldn’t be promoting things like cat food and sparkling water.  Over at the Fox cable news network, conservative news is the profit-making vehicle of choice, and Fox sells that product with the help of provocatively clothed commentators.

Take, for instance, Megyn Kelly.  Before setting her sights on NBC, the former Foxy News diva primed her meteoric rise to fame by discussing the events of the day in a spaghetti strap halter while showcasing designer shoes and oiled legs under a see-through glass-top desk.  For a time, the Fox News golden girl’s foray into serious journalism included ditching soft curls for a robotic ’80s hairdo that closely resembled Sly Stallone’s ex-wife, Brigitte Nielsen.

The gams and glamor worked so well for Miss Megyn that the combo jettisoned the precocious pundit right into the center of a debate confrontation with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.

In the end, Megyn’s “world’s most beautiful people” allure ended up outweighing the seriousness of anything else in Ms. “Kelly’s File.”  And so, with Megyn gone, Fox should be honest and just confess that in addition to clips of Geraldo Rivera going mano a mano with a hurricane, the network’s official policy remains committed to daintily posing shimmering pins on sky-high stools.

The problem is that unlike men who are clueless when being beguiled by feminine wiles, women can usually discern when other women are flaunting their sexuality to attract male attention.  That’s why, to the feminine half of the Fox News audience, it’s obvious that the conservative cable news channel considers it “fair and balanced” to coerce two thirds of its on-camera personalities to double as eye candy.

Surely, Fox News would argue that the parade of gorgeousness coincidentally belongs to a group of doubly blessed politically minded female newscasters.  Either way, the Murdoch men should know that making a woman’s cleavage the emphasis of a news alert distracts from the intellect of highly accomplished women.

In fact, predictable décolletage displays are the very thing transforming Fox News into a kind of cable news Hooters.  The only difference between the two is that Hooters girls in revealing T-shirts serve chicken wings to hungry men, while Fox News fillies, outfitted in sleeveless skin-tight sheaths, serve up cable news to bored men sitting home in their pajamas.

Speaking of men sitting home in their pajamas, for the sin of responding like a man to having the news of the day shared by women emulating peacocks doing a mating dance, Bill O’Reilly of Fox’s wildly popular The O’Reilly Factor is the second high-profile loss from a network guilty of fostering an environment where Victoria Secret models sell the news.

In addition to embarrassing the Fox news giant, Bill O’Reilly’s fall from grace also exposes the hypocrisy of Fox News.

Think about it: how can Fox stand by and watch female news anchors struggle to find a ladylike position for their bare legs on a curvy couch in the morning, and then penalize their most popular host for reacting to the bait at night?  After hawking a full array of bodacious bosoms, flowing tresses and skin-tight mini-skirts, Fox firing a dude for being seduced by the wares being peddled smacks of conservative cable news entrapment.

At any point in time, did Rupert and his sons Lachlan and James advise Bill O’Reilly that if a female guest on his show bats her mink eyelash extensions and puckers her bee-stung lips, it’s not because she’s signaling interest in attending a pajama party at his Long Island home, nor is it a green light for the 6’4″ bloviator to kiss her on the lips?

In other words, other than the receptionist Bill referred to as “ hot chocolate,” what appears to have happened was that some of the women who used sex to attract a male audience on one side of the camera ended up garnering unwanted attention from Bill on the other side.

Now, in response, a self-righteous Fox News Channel is playing the politically correct prude by describing uninvited attention toward the very women Fox encouraged to seek male attention…as sexual harassment?

So even though the gangly senior citizen answered his hotel door in his skivvies, Bill O’Reilly deserves a break.  After all, if hairspray fumes could be converted into pheromones, judging from the line-up night after night on The Factor, poor Bill’s hypothalamus gland was likely in perpetual overdrive.

That’s why, after being in the presence of a bevy of newscasters who share the news while crisscrossing their legs like Sharon Stone under interrogation, it stands to reason that the big guy couldn’t help grunting at some of them like a testosterone-infused boor.

Even still, instead of succumbing to the sexually charged atmosphere nurtured by the Fox News Channel, Catholic school- and Harvard-educated O’Reilly should have at least known not to bite the carrot.  Bill should never have behaved like a troglodyte.  Instead, the host of The Factor should have exercised self-control by aligning his 1960s caveman thinking with current safe-space standards.

Regrettably for O’Reilly fans, it’s too late for Bill to embrace his feminist side, don a man-bun, and save his job.

In the end, if Bill did harass the women alleging he made unwanted advances toward them, then there his no defense for his behavior.  However, Bill is still a man and would have to be either castrated or dead not to react to some of the sensuality being passed off as journalism over at the Foxy News network.

 

MEGYN KELLY: Uses Sexuality When Convenient, Yet BITCHES About ‘Sexual Predators’

megyn-kelly-sexy-0Originally posted at CLASH Daily

In 2008, Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly began showing up regularly on Special Report with Brit Hume, Kelly’s Court and Weekend Live. From there, Megyn moved up to hosting All American New Year specials, sharing legal insights with Bill O’Reilly, and co-hosting America’s Newsroom and America Live.

Then, in 2013, after positioning her oiled-up gams under a see-thru glass desk Megyn Kelly made cable news history on The Kelly File.

Unfortunately, for three years Fox viewers have been subjected to Kelly’s unspoken fascination with Sly Stallone’s former girlfriend Brigitte Nielsen and her lame attempt to mimic political satirist Kennedy, both of which has made watching Megyn’s transformation extremely painful.

Among her many strategic career moves, “America’s most beautiful badass” has appeared on the covers of More, Variety and Vanity Fair and has been known to show up on air in a seductive leather bathing suit tank top donning hair extensions that resemble a dead animal. Clearly, a legend in her own mind, Megyn occasionally even attempts to one-up focus group guru, Frank Luntz, and when not hanging out with a smitten Mark McKinnon of HBO’s “The Circus,” obnoxiously plays cutesy to the camera.

In addition to all that, Megyn Kelly is also on a one-woman mission to take out Republican presidential candidate/billionaire Donald J. Trump.

Although she proudly posed in a black silk teddy for GQ, Megyn purports to care deeply about the problem of men objectifying women. Therefore, after interviewing the Duggars, discussing her breast size with Howard Stern, and accusing Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, it’s no surprise that Megyn is currently employing her lawyerly skills to portray Trump as nothing more than an oversexed fiend.

During the first primary debate, moderator Megyn began her attack by lobbing harsh accusation at the man she later also referred to as “Voldemort” the Dark Lord of the Harry Potter series. After hearing that Megyn was going to be a moderator, Trump responded by refusing to attend the Iowa debate.

More recently, Megyn thought it was as good a time as any to continue beating on Trump by asking the Republican candidate’s surrogate, Newt Gingrich, his thoughts concerning ten women accusing Donald Trump of sexual assault.

Bad move.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RVqTfIKGbU

Gingrich responded by pointing out to the Fox News anchorette that she seems titillated by Trump’s alleged sexual indiscretions, and accused her of purposely ignoring verifiable crimes committed by Hillary Clinton.

Gingrich refuted Kelly’s argument that Trump may be a ‘sexual predator’ and said Kelly is an example of what Americans hate about media bias. Newt asked Megyn:

So, so it’s worth 23 minutes of the three networks to cover that story, and Hillary Clinton had a secret speech in Brazil to a bank that pays her 225,000 [dollars], saying her dream is an open border where 600 million people could come to America — that’s not worth covering ?
“That is worth covering,” Kelly shot back. “And we did.”

Gingrich defied the astonished analyst’s denial that she has an inordinate fascination with Trump and suggested she review recent tapes of her own show. Tapes, according to Newt, that prove Kelly is “fascinated with sex, and …[doesn’t] care about public policy.”

Clearly, uncomfortable with Newt’s observation, Megyn fluttered her false eyelashes at the camera, snickered, and said, “Me? Really?”

“Well, that’s what I get out of watching you tonight,” Gingrich said.

Ironically, after saying Newt’s heated response to her Trump allegations ‘spoke volumes’ about him, in reaction to being accused by Newt of being “fascinated with sex,” Megyn’s uncomfortable eye roll instead ‘spoke volumes’ about her.

An irked Megyn responded, “Mr. Speaker, I’m not fascinated by sex. But I am fascinated by the protection of women … and understanding what we’re getting in the Oval Office …and I think the American voters would like to know.”

That was when someone smarter than Megyn really should have warned the commentator that glitzy-fly-by-night-news anchors shouldn’t try to compete with Newt Gingrich’s unmatched brainpower.

Newt proceeded to counter Kelly’s faulty logic, saying, “And, therefore, we’re going to send Bill Clinton back to the East Wing, because, after all, you are worried about sexual predators?”

Gingrich challenged Kelly “to comment…on whether the Clinton ticket has a relationship to a sexual predator?” Megyn responded, “We on The Kelly File have covered that story as well, sir.”

“No,” he said, “I just want to hear you use the words…‘Bill Clinton, sexual predator.’ I dare you. Say ‘Bill Clinton, sexual predator’… Disbarred by the … Arkansas bar. Eight hundred fifty thousand dollar penalty.”

After that exchange, Megyn’s overworked stylist was probably praying pancake makeup and lopsided hair extensions could withstand being banished to the woodshed.

Even still, Kelly refused to say Bill Clinton and ‘sexual predator’ in the same sentence, proving Gingrich’s point that there’s a double standard.

Instead, Megyn stressed, “we’ve covered the examples of him being accused as well, but he’s not on the ticket. And the polls also show that the American public is less interested.”

The smack down continued with Gingrich forewarning that Bill and his cigar would be skulking around the East Wing, to which Megyn replied that the American public is less concerned with Hillary’s husband than they are the “deeds of the man who asks us to make him president, Donald Trump.”

That was when Newt really should have pointed out that Hillary hurts women by enabling the ‘deeds of her husband,’ and by threatening Bill’s accusers, all of whom are victims of indiscretions much worse than the ones Megyn claims she is trying to expose.

Sounding more like Rachel Maddow than the foxiest fox on Fox News, Megyn Kelly ended the squabble by calling out Newt for having “anger issues.”

In the end, during the primaries, Megyn Kelly’s stealthy Trump career move didn’t work. So, on behalf of American women, the star of The Kelly File bravely endured the threat of sexual assault at the hands of Donald Trump when she ventured to Trump Towers for a one-on-one interview.

After that self-serving endeavor failed to catapult Megyn into Barbara Walter’s empty seat at ABC, rather than behave like a Bernstein and Woodward, Kelly has chosen instead to try and make a name for herself by emulating the champion of women, Anita Hill.

Weiner the Womanizer

Originally posted at Daily Caller

Anthony Weiner (D-NY), one of the most arrogant, self-impressed individuals ever to occupy an office on Capitol Hill, was caught with his pants down in the truest sense of the word.  When Representative Weiner stepped behind the podium to address his Twitter picture controversy, he looked like he was going to explode from humiliation.  Seeing a person so demoralized caused my kinder, gentler self to actually have a millisecond of pity for the New York congressman.

It was uncomfortable to watch a sniveling, visibly disgraced Weiner admit that he lied about sending lewd pictures of himself to young women.  However, my strange sensation of sympathy quickly dissipated, because the whole sordid skivvy-Twitter incident confirmed what I’ve suspected for a while: Anthony Weiner oozes with contempt toward women, and that contempt manifests itself in many different ways.

Take for instance Kirsten Powers, the Fox News analyst who once dated Anthony Weiner.  Powers called Weiner “very sweet, very funny,” and “very charming.” After three months, Kirsten found out the hard way that Anthony is none of the above. Powers said she was “shocked when [Weiner] broke it off. I think he’s the only guy who ever dumped me!” said Powers.  “I think he probably dumped many girls. I don’t think it was that big of a deal.”

Weiner has prided himself on being a smarmy, imperious, liberal know-it-all that speaks to political adversaries, especially the female ones, in a debasing manner that borders on verbal harassment.

In interviews and press conferences, the pushy, smirking Weiner has rudely tried to set the rules, even calling reporters “jackasses.” The congressman’s body language implies that whomever he’s debating is beneath his exalted self.

For years, Weiner has played Democrat pit bull on Fox News, sparring with America Live host Megyn Kelly. Whenever Ms. Kelly disagrees with Weiner’s rabid liberalism, the congressman attempts to steer the conversation by pummeling the Fox anchor with an assault of interruptions and insulting comments. In one contentious interview, as soon as Megyn gained the upper hand Weiner responded by demeaning her professional skills, telling her, “This is the way interviews work, you ask the questions and then I get to answer.”

On more than one occasion, Weiner has also subjected congressional colleague Michele Bachmann (R-MN) to similar disrespect when debating the debt ceiling, spending, and tax cuts. Seething with condescension, Weiner once attempted to set Bachmann up by mockingly asking her trick questions to try to trap her and make her look foolish.

Now, after years of Anthony Weiner accusing everyone of lying, it is revealed that the self-righteous Democrat congressman broke his marriage vows to wife Huma Abedin, the longtime personal assistant of another woman also humiliated by a sex scandal.

During Weiner’s apologetic press conference, the public found out his indiscretion was probably not a surprise to his wife.  The New York Representative confessed to the press that in an outpouring of soul-mate honesty he had discussed his lack of Twitter decorum with his wife-to-be prior to their wedding. Then after the honeymoon, while Huma was tailing Mrs. Clinton, contemptuous Weiner was tailing attractive young women on Twitter and Facebook.

In fact, when the Weiners married last year, former President Clinton, the king of all womanizers, officiated at the ceremony. Although Bill Clinton doling out wedding blessings is like David Hasselhoff being a guest speaker at an AA meeting, during the Muslim/Jewish ceremony the ex-president did share some prophetic wisdom gleaned from personal experience: “Marrying a politician can be tough because it’s easy to distrust them, whatever their religion.” Amen to that.

Huma should have heeded Bill’s insightful counsel because while she was busy assisting Hillary, Internet security specialist Anthony Weiner was home, snapping suggestive pictures of himself and sending them to 198 women, some of whom may turn out to be teenagers.  Weiner disrespected women who were total strangers by having phone sex with these female “friends” and burning up the social network in an attempt to cultivate self-gratifying cyber- sexual relationships with people he’s never even met in person.

After being busted by Andrew Breitbart, the only journalist brave enough to do the work the left wing media refuses to do, Weiner immediately exhibited additional contempt – this time for the truth, Huma, his constituents, and the public. The disgraced congressman lied not once, but repeatedly, until he was cornered with proof of his salacious escapades – photos, phone records, and a multitude of women stepping forward to tell the story that the congressman, supposedly out of humiliation, refused to admit.

Yet, after all of that, it was at the podium that Weiner’s condescending aggression made itself crystal clear:  After the congressman, in a Jim McGreevy moment, admitted his weakness and that what he did was immoral and hurtful towards his wife, he shifted into his standard conceited operating mode and announced he had no plans to step down – a revelation more shocking than the shot of Weiner in tight boxer briefs.

And so, the most disturbing aspect of this lurid story is not the congressman’s bawdy behavior online, but his insolence toward the American people, toward Congress, and toward the state of New York. Despite his admission of guilt, Weiner’s thorough contempt for women has not vanished; it’s been expanded to include the rest of America.

 

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