Donald Trump called Fox News program host and debate moderator Megyn Kelly a “bimbo.” That said, his assignation of Kelly was much more polite than I would have been. He also said that Kelly had “blood coming out of her eyes.”
Said comments supposedly so offended Erick Erickson of RedState.com that he felt compelled to dis-invite Trump to the RedState candidate event held in North Carolina.
Kelly’s feigned insult and Erickson’s faux show of appall were just that. Kelly is an embarrassment to bimbos and she is certainly no lady. She proved what she was when Shoebat.com unearthed a five-year-old interview of Kelly on the Howard Stern show.
First of all, no “lady” would appear on the Howard Stern Show and behave in kind to his show’s format. Stern’s show is known for his lewd, off-color, vulgarity and earthy commentary. That said, Kelly felt right at home on the show as she laughed and discussed her private sex life on live radio, which as Shoebat said, “is supposed to be private.”
Kelly casually laughed and discussed smut with Stern, “discussing penises and breasts in a very trashy, nonchalant way.” No woman with a modicum of respect for herself, her husband, and/or her family behaves that way, the opinion of those who enjoy such trash notwithstanding.
It is not the way a lady, much less a so-called professional journalist comports herself. What victim of sexual abuse or rape would feel comfortable discussing their situation with a journalist who has a track record of publicly laughing and joking about their own sex life, penises, and breasts?
The action taken by Erickson unambiguously shows him to be nothing more than a shill for the GOP/RNC front group he heads. Yet, for no short period of time he has attempted to portray himself as a true conservative and champion of conservative causes.
Shame on Kelly and Erickson for their disgraceful duplicity; if anything, Erickson should have questioned Trump on why he felt compelled to say what he did about Kelly. But if Erickson had done that he would have opened the door neither he nor Kelly wanted open. And that would be the door to the conversation neither of them wanted to discuss or even acknowledge.
That’s my opinion and I stand by it. That said I obviously have more respect for women and my family than to applaud such base commonality in women.
Instead of dis-inviting Trump, maybe Erickson should be asking Kelly why she feels it is okay to behave like a trollop and hatchet person instead of a professional journalist?