Megyn Kelly SMITED Over Blackface Tweets; On Her Way OUT of Anchor Job

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
October 26, 2018

First of all, “Megyn” is a misspelled name. The correct spelling is “Megan” and the correct abbreviation is “Meg.”

It just adds to the long list of reasons why I can’t take her seriously. The first and foremost being the fact that she’s a woman. 


Reports that Megyn Kelly is parting ways with NBC after a ‘blackface’ Halloween costume remark have sent Twitter into convulsions. She has apparently fired her talent agent and lawyered up for the forthcoming contract battle.

The news host did not appear on her morning show, ‘Megyn Kelly Today,’ on Thursday, and multiple outlets have reported that Kelly is currently negotiating an exit from NBC, citing sources familiar with the matter. She has already parted ways with her talent agency, CAA, and hired a glitzy Hollywood litigator for what could become a long, contentious negotiation over her exit. Kelly, 47, inked a three-year $69-million contract with NBC in January 2017.

Kelly found herself in the crosshairs of social media users and other important people after commenting on her program on Tuesday that dressing up in blackface was no big deal when she was growing up – “as long as you were dressing like a character.”

“You truly do get in trouble if you are a white person who puts on blackface at Halloween or a black person who puts on whiteface for Halloween,” she added.

Part of me wonders if she intentionally did this because her ratings were low and she wanted out… but then, this isn’t exactly a graceful retirement, leaving with an accusation of racism hovering over your head.

The more likely explanation is that she really did colossally fuck up because she was so used to being on her boss’ good side for all of these years. She never felt what it was like to be on the receiving end of a manufactured media SMITING.

And then she went ahead and said that stuff about blackface:

And the sharks started circling.

All she did was ask “what the big deal about blackface” was.

Which is a stupid, but fair question. People getting worked up about blackface is… well, I don’t believe anyone actually gets worked up about it except people whose job it is to be offended by it and indoctrinated Millennials looking for that next outrage high.

As far as saying offensive stuff goes, Megyn Kelly’s blackface comment is so absurdly non-controversial, that it beggars belief.

I think it’s obvious that she was fired because she sucked, and the execs just used this as a reason, but in doing so, they have once again set another precedent for what is considered “racist” in NPC world.

Like, it is legit becoming hard to understand how to stay out ahead of the lynch mob at this point.

Normies must be like:

Megyn must be pissed. 

She was doing good at Fox News. And then during the campaign, she went on a Holy Jihad against Trump, making her hated by that network’s audience, and got offered a lot of money and a gig at NBC as long as she continued attacking Drumpf and bleeding out of her whatever all over the TV.

Her employers then grew tired of her before the 3-year contract was up, and came up with a creative way to get her fired.

Let this be a lesson to you, future Judas cucks!

This is how the Jews treat goyim traitors who come over to their side. You get your 30 pieces of silver upfront, but then a knife in the back soon after. And then, having betrayed your base, and having no control among your new friends, you are dead in the water. Discarded like trash.

Look upon the people you championed, Megyn. Look how they turn on you!

Even fellow journalists! Sad!

I wish I could say I was sad for Megyn.

But she was always a crass and craven wench who would’ve probably become a Hillary Clinton figure in 15 years time.

Probably sooner. Her looks were fading fast.

And they really put her through the wringer. She looked like she was on the verge of crying during her apology. It was eerie and spooky.

The media usually protects its own. They’re one big family. Or a mafia. Until they’re not making the Jews money anymore. Then they’re put out to pasture.

Megyn “Manjaw” Kelly thought that she could trust the kikes and trust their money. She learned the hard way what happens when you trust the kikes.

And guess who gets to have the last laugh?