Alex Jones Gets Jump On Megyn Kelly – Leaks Recordings “To Set The Record Straight”

Alex Jones Gets Jump On Megyn Kelly – Leaks Recordings “To Set The Record Straight”: 

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After NBC’s Megyn Kelly lied to Alex Jones about the scope and purpose of an upcoming Father’s Day airing of his sit-down interview for Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly, the Infowars host set the record straight on Thursday night – preempting Kelly’s segment with ‘leaked’ recordings of their conversations before she could smear Jones on Sunday.

The Setup

As Jones and Kelly began to discuss the details of the NBC interview, Kelly played the part of earnest lawyer turned plucky journalist – batting her eyelashes and insisting her new show was about profiling ‘interesting people’ so the public can get to know them better.

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Megyn Kelly To Interview Vladimir Putin For Premiere Of Her NBC Show

Megyn Kelly To Interview Vladimir Putin For Premiere Of Her NBC Show:

Just like Donald Trump during the presidential campaign, when the mere mention of his name was sufficient to boost one’s Nielsen rating by several points, so Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has, for various reason, become a media magnet over the past year. And when it comes to Putin, perhaps the most anticipated interview with the Russian leader is that of Oliver Stone, which is expected to premiere in less than two weeks on Showtime, on June 12.

So, in an attempt to share in the anticipation and borrow some of the limelight, Megyn Kelly said she has landed an interview with none other than the Russian leader for the premiere of her NBC newsmagazine Sunday. She announced the big “get” on Thursday’s “Today” show. 

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Petition To Pepper-Spray Fox News

Petition to pepper-spray Fox News (RT, Nov. 25, 2011):

After Fox News’ Megyn Kelly mocked victims of a pepper-spray assault on the air this week (again), supporters of the students that suffered the attack challenged the conservative correspondent to find out first-hand what it’s like to be maced.

As of Friday morning, nearly 40,000 people have gotten behind that cause.

On Monday, Kelly told fellow Fox host Bill O’Reilly that pepper spray was “essentially” just a food product and that the hubbub over a University of California at Davis cop that fired the condiment (essentially) onto the faces of peacefully protesting students was unwarranted.

“I don’t know if from a legal standpoint the cops did anything wrong,” Kelly said, while at the same time admitting that Lt John Pike’s now infamous assault was still kind of “abrasive and intrusive.” The footage of the campus cop firing the dangerous chemical onto students that sat quietly at UC Davis spawned an Internet meme, international outrage and eventually administrative leave for the officer. Opponents of Kelly aren’t asking exactly the same for her, but they do think that she should see how tasty that food product can really be.

“To back up your claim that pepper spray is a food product, please consume as much of it as was sprayed on each protestor’s face, in one sitting, on camera at Fox News,” Nick Douglas of New York City wrote on a petition he created on the website. “You may mix the spray with one serving of food or drink, as I am not a sadist. Then, please relate the effects to your audience.”

Since creating the petition earlier this week, over 37,000 signatures have been added; Douglas is aiming for 50,000 and it doesn’t look that too far off.

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