Controversial anchor Megyn Kelly is trying to rebuild her career from the rubble after getting fired by NBC.
Fox News and other media outlets claim they don’t have a place for her.
And Megyn Kelly’s big comeback landed her in the last place anyone ever expected.
Megyn Kelly recently appeared on left-wing comic Bill Maher’s “Real Time” show on HBO.
No one ever thought they would see a former Fox News anchor on a show where the host regularly ridicules the President, his supporters and Fox.
But Maher made common cause with Kelly after the PC police and social justice warriors canceled Kelly at NBC over comments she made about so-called “cultural appropriation” and Halloween costumes.
Maher was also fired from his “Politically Incorrect” show on ABC, but his firing came with good justification after Maher mocked 9/11.
But since then Maher positioned himself as a free speech advocate that opposes liberal dogma about silencing views that “trigger” the left as well as calling out liberals for apologizing for Islam.
Maher tried to connect his history to Kelly’s when Maher told Kelly that “I was %^^& by ABC, you were $%^& by NBC,” Maher added. “When that happened to you, I was angry for you, honestly.”
Kelly was fired after NBC’s liberal viewers erupted in anger over Kelly’s comments about blackface Halloween costumes.
“But what is racist?” Kelly said back in the fall of 2018. “Because you do get in trouble if you are a white person who puts on blackface on Halloween, or a black person who puts on whiteface for Halloween. Back when I was a kid that was OK, as long as you were dressing up as, like, a character.”
Kelly tried to appease the media by apologizing.
“I want to begin with two words: I’m sorry. I defended the idea [of blackface], saying that as long it was respectful and part of a Halloween costume, that it seemed OK. Well, I was wrong, and I am sorry,” Kelly told her viewers.
That failed and NBC quickly moved to fire Kelly.
Maher addressed this point with Kelly about call out culture and how the liberals demanding their political opponents disappear from the public square produces a chilling effect on American public discourse.
Maher said that “when individual instances come up, everybody is so afraid to stand up” and continued, “Who are these perfect people who have never made any mistakes?”
Even former President Barack Obama knocked liberals – specifically those on college campuses – for trying to suppress speech and create “safe spaces” where they never have to hear ideas they oppose.
Since becoming one of the most high-profile victims of “cancel culture,” Megyn Kelly has tried to maneuver herself back into the right’s good graces.
In addition to “cancel culture,” big tech companies are also routinely censoring conservative speech online.
Kelly is trying to maneuver her way back into the good graces of the right by tackling the issue of left-wing suppression of free speech.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.