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America Live With Megyn Kelly

November 8, 2011

Jon Stewart Nails Fox News’ Hypocrisy On Anonymous Sources In Cain Scandal

Bottom line: Anonymous sources are bad on Fox News… unless used in accusations against a Democrat. Fox’s Megyn Kelly and the Fox & Friends are caught in red-handed, hilarious hypocrisy. (H/T John M. and Raw Story)

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Reported by Ellen at 6:15 PM

November 7, 2011

Megyn Kelly & Mike Huckabee Play Defense For Mitt Romney On "Personhood"

As I previously reported, the Democrats are highlighting Mitt Romney's embrace of radical anti-choice "personhood" amendments as illustrative of his flip flop on the abortion issue. On Friday, Fox's Megyn Kelly told Rick Santorum that she just doesn't understand why the Democrats would want to "inject" abortion into the election. (Why indeed?) Earlier, on "America Live," she spoke about the same issue with Mike Huckabee, whose Fox News show provided a national platform for Mitt Romney to proclaim his belief that life begins at conception and that he would support amendments supporting this belief - a belief that Romney did not have when he was governor of Massachusetts. But worry not, Mike Huckabee said that even the sainted Ronald Reagan changed his mind about stuff so it's all good.

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Reported by Priscilla at 2:35 PM

November 6, 2011

Megyn Kelly Thinks Romney Support For "Personhood" Is No Big Deal?

While the GOP was fond of painting Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry of being a flip flopper, the Democrats are now able to do the same with GOP presidential primary candidate Mitt Romney, many of whose positions have changed over the years. He seems to have gone 180 degrees on a woman's right to an abortion. Back when he was governor of Massachusetts he said, "Let me make this very clear: I will preserve and protect a woman's right to choose." Flash forward to 2011 and Mitt Romney is supporting "personhood" amendments (life begins at conception) to state laws. The progressive (just kidding) state of Mississippi will be voting on such a radical anti-choice law on Tuesday. Democrats are, quite correctly, pointing out his change of position. In a new ad, the DNC has video of Romney, on Mike Huckabee's show, saying that, as MA governor, he would have "absolutely" signed an amendment defining life as beginning at conception. This is spliced into comments from those opposed to the radical MS "personhood" amendment. So pretty straightforward. But Fox News' Megyn Kelly doesn't understand why the Democrats are so upset. And neither does GOP presidential primary candidate Rick Santorum whose chat with Megyn Kelly, during Friday's "America Live," was just one happy GOP love fest.

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Reported by Priscilla at 2:08 PM

November 3, 2011

Fox News Joins The Republican War On (Democratic) Voting

As Rolling Stone reported in an article called The GOP War on Voting, a number of Republican state governments – many in important swing states – have imposed new legal impediments to voting. America Live with Megyn Kelly held a discussion yesterday on the situation deliberately framed so as to suggest that the Obama campaign is stealthily working to undermine voter integrity and enable voter fraud. Guest and conservative talk show host Chris Plante not only grabbed that ball and ran with it, he began by openly accusing the Obama administration of voter fraud (unchallenged by Kelly) and later laughed heartily at every mention of voter disenfranchisement. UPDATED.

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Reported by Ellen at 5:34 PM

October 21, 2011

“Objective” Rick Leventhal Does His Part To Detract From Obama’s Success In Libya

As the Los Angeles Times noted, Republicans have deliberately acted to deflect credit for the death of Muammar Gaddafi away from President Obama. The Times reported, “Sens. John McCain and Marco Rubio, who have favored strong U.S. intervention in the Libyan conflict, took it one step further Thursday, praising the efforts of Britain and France in bringing down Kadafi… Obama? He fell short in supporting the rebellion. ‘He did the right things; he just took too long to do it and didn’t do enough of it,’ Rubio said.” Well, out of Rubio’s mouth and into the supposedly objective news analysis of Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal, as part of the supposedly “objective news” program, America Live.

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Reported by Ellen at 1:30 PM
Megyn Kelly Defends Homophobia?, reported by Priscilla,
Megyn Kelly’s Hypocrisy Over NPR Sting, reported by Guest Blogger,
Megyn Kelly Mocks Atheist?, reported by Priscilla,
Megyn Kelly, Hoochie Mama?, reported by Priscilla,
Megyn Kelly Tells Homophobic Lie?, reported by Priscilla,
Megyn Kelly's Fake Window, reported by Ellen,
Megyn Kelly Does Some Spinning, reported by Priscilla,
Megyn Kelly: I Am Not A Racist, reported by Ellen,