Megyn Kelly’s anti-African American sensibility was revealed even in the choice of using racist Mark Fuhrman as a guest while the Ferguson protests had turned violent. But that was compounded by her condescending and dismissive treatment of her African American guests who expressed discontent with the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
In her special coverage of the Ferguson grand jury’s decision, Kelly didn’t try to hide her scorn for the outrage of African American guests Richard Fowler and Andell Brown who sympathized with the protesters.
KELLY: The reason that, that the anger has gotten out of control, many would posit to you, is because the fires, so to speak, have been stoked by people who refuse to trust in the system, the grand jury system, which is the way our country works. …Who are you to second guess (the jury)?
But after showing an almost complete lack of regard for the disgruntled African American perspective, Kelly brought on Fuhrman.
Think Kelly was even half as confrontational with Fuhrman? Here’s a hint: Fuhrman called Brown and Fowler, “completely irrational, delusional and completely incapable of absorbing facts that are forensic in nature, that are eyewitness in nature, that are from the very person that was getting attacked in the car. So there is really no way you’re going to get any kind of reasonable dialogue from somebody that’s decided that Michael Brown was murdered.”
Watch it below.