With her blood barely below the boiling point, a steamed up Megyn Kelly ripped into Sandra Fluke for her misguided interpretation of the Hobby Lobby ruling and Kathleen Sebelius for promulgating rules which trample on religious liberties.
Appearing on Monday’s “O’Relly Factor,” Kelly described Fluke’s comment to Chris Matthews that the Supreme Court decision was “trying to figure out as many ways as possible to limit women’s access to reproductive healthcare” as “not true, just don’t believe that, she doesn’t know what she’s talking about.”
She berated Fluke for portraying herself as a victim because the government wouldn’t pay for all 20 of the approved methods of birth control, after women had been paying for their own for the past 20 years.
The host of “The Kelly File” also castigated former Health and Human Services Secretary Sebelius for “having her minions go down in the basement and write a regulation that said as part of Obamacare, you have to cover 20 out of 20 birth-control drugs – 20 out of 20.”
She staunchly defended the evangelical owners of Hobby Lobby and said, “This is about the attempted war on the religious right and not about a war on women.”
Watch the interview here, via The Daily Caller.
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