Megyn Kelly Calls Biden’s Call For Unity Fake, Says The Left Has ‘Awakened a Sleeping Giant’ (VIDEO)

Former FOX News host Megyn Kelly was recently interviewed by Glenn Beck, also a former FOX News host.

They discussed the aftermath of the 2020 election and the efforts of the far left to swiftly change American in radical ways.

Kelly suggested that the left has moved too far too fast and that people are going to fight back, legally if they have to.

Red State has details:

Watch: Megyn Kelly: Biden’s Call for Unity Is ‘Nonsense’; The Left Has ‘Awakened a Sleeping Giant’

During an appearance on Glenn Beck TV this week, Kelly not only told Glenn Beck that the appeal for “unity” from Biden and the Democrats is nonsense; she also predicted “the death of journalism” under the Biden regime administration.

The segment began with a short, on-point rant by Beck about the hypocrisy of the media over its treatment of all-things Donald Trump vs. all-things Joe Biden. He then asked Kelly:

“How can we possibly come together when appears as though CNN is leading the charge … to silence Fox, Newsmax, OAN, probably you, us, all of talk radio. How can we possibly unite?”

Kelly shot the notion down in a heartbeat.

“We’re not gonna unite. It’s all nonsense. Look, I like a good inauguration and a good speech just as much as anybody, and I feel patriotic whenever I witness them, and I root for the president and I root for America in the way that you described. But unity is fool’s gold.”

Watch the video below. Kelly takes a shot at Trump at one point but ignore that. Focus on what she says about the left:

Kelly makes some excellent points here.

People can only be pushed so far before there is push back and that’s coming quickly.

 

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