Megyn Kelly keeps making enemies.
The NBC host is in the middle of the Brett Kavanaugh storm.
And she just went on TV and said the last thing anyone ever expected.
The FBI is refusing to investigate claims made by Julie Swetnick that Kavanaugh attended parties where she was gang raped.
They do not believe her story to be credible.
Megyn Kelly shocked her liberal NBC viewers by listing all the reasons why Swetnick’s claims should not be taken seriously.
The Daily Caller reports:
Kelly pointed out that Swetnick has a history of lying and being involved in scandal, such as an old company claiming that she was sexually inappropriate with coworkers.
“She faced her own accusations of misconduct at a Portland company years ago — that company claims she told them she graduated from Johns Hopkins but they learned the school had no record of her, she also falsely described her work experience … she engaged in unwanted, sexually offensive misconduct herself, they said she made false and retaliatory allegations against her coworkers that they had been inappropriate with her, that she took medical leave and simultaneously claimed unemployment benefits at the same time in DC, there was a restraining order filed against her by an ex-boyfriend.”
Kelly concluded that there are “reasons” the FBI is not investigating Swetnick’s claims of gang rape, and suggested that Avenatti is looking for attention with the outrageous claims.
“He has been begging for TV cameras,” she said.
Swetnick’s claims are ridiculous.
Kavanaugh denied them as a “joke” and a “farce.”
Swetnick has a history of legal issues and lawsuits surrounding false claims of sexual misconduct.
Her claims should not be taken seriously.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.