During a recent appearance on Eric Bolling’s show on Newsmax, former FOX News host Megyn Kelly suggested that there is much more to come out in the CNN scandal that caused the ousting of former network president Jeff Zucker.
In fact, if you’re not completely clear on what has happened at CNN, Kelly does a great job of breaking it down and explaining why it is a scandal.
She says she can’t speak out on specifics yet, but she says other shoes are going to drop.
Breitbart News reports:
Megyn Kelly on CNN: ‘Mark My Words — There Are More Shoes to Drop’
Megyn Kelly, host of SiriusXM’s “The Megyn Kelly Show,” suggested there are more troubles ahead for CNN following Jeff Zucker’s resignation after it was revealed he had been in a sexual relationship with a colleague.
Zucker’s inappropriate relationship was unearthed as another network scandal, Chris Cuomo’s efforts to help his then-governor brother beat sexual harassment claims, was under investigation.
Kelly told Newsmax TV’s “Eric Bolling the Balance” on Wednesday that “there will be more shoes to drop.”
“I’ll tell you what — the biggest takeaway for me today — because there will be more shoes to drop. Mark my words,” Kelly declared. “But the biggest takeaway for me today –”
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“Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, wait. Hold on, hold on,” host Eric Bolling interrupted. “Megyn Kelly, don’t drop that bomb without following that up.”
“What do you mean? There’s more issues to drop from CNN? What do you got?” he asked.
“There’s nothing I can report to you now, but mark my words — there are more shoes to drop,” Kelly replied.
Watch the whole video below or skip to the 4:40 mark:
Megyn also dropped this suggestion on Twitter:
There is zero chance she’s keeping her job. More is coming. https://t.co/ypTJAY72V1
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) February 3, 2022
We will know if Megyn is right soon enough.
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