Megyn Kelly’s time at Fox News is back in the spotlight.
Hollywood just made a major motion picture about the sexual harassment scandal at Fox News that Kelly played a big part in.
And Megyn Kelly went on camera and revealed something about Fox News that no one ever knew.
The Hollywood movie Bombshell purported to tell the story of how Megyn Kelly and Gretchen Carlson’s accusations of sexual harassment against former Fox News President Ailes brought down and nearly ruined Fox News itself.
But like all Hollywood movies that are based on true stories, Bombshell took dramatic liberties with the truth.
And in an interview with other women from Fox News involved in the scandal, Kelly detailed all the lies in Bombshell.
The movie portrays Kelly running her infamous “women question” directed at Donald Trump past the Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes prior to the debate. Kelly flat-out denied that ever took place, calling the scene “a fantasy.”
“The notion that Roger [Ailes] liked the Donald Trump women question because it created controversy in a TV moment was not true,” Kelly continued. “Roger did not like the question at all and was very angry at me for asking it and at one point actually said to me, ‘no more female empowerment stuff!’”
Likewise, the movie portrayed delegates to the GOP national convention protesting Kelly – something Kelly says never happened.
When it comes down to it, Bombshell was made by radical Hollywood liberals.
The point was to make Fox News and conservatives look as bad as possible.
So it’s not surprising the filmmakers stretched the truth in key areas as part of this smear job.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.