Angry Megyn Kelly compares left’s condemnation of ENTIRE Tea Party, but love of violent Black Lives Matter

a-kellyFox News host Megyn Kelly may be the only person in America who recalls the uproar by Democrats and their media allies over the supposed uncivil rhetoric of the tea party, and she called them out Tuesday for their hypocrisy in not only remaining silent about the increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement, but in some cases praising the activists.

The hate group Black Lives Matter called for the deaths of more police less than 24 hours after a deputy sheriff in Houston was assassinated in cold blood, chanting: “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon.”

The phrase “pigs in a blanket” was used by the man who assassinated two New York Police Department officers in December as they sat in their squad car.

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Yet, just last week Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz talked about how “proud” she was of these protesters.

Spouting the ever-familiar double standard of the left, panelist Richard Fowler suggested that only a select few protesters were chanting death wishes against cops, saying “if you talk to any organizers on the ground, both in Ferguson, in Baltimore and New York, they will tell you they are a nonviolent movement, that all they want to do is end the disparities.”

“Why were so many on the left so quick to tie a few comments made by alleged tea party members to the entire tea party?!” Kelly fired back.

Alleged because it wasn’t above the left to plant agitators at popular tea party rallies.

Kelly and fellow panelist Katie Pavlich went on to engage in a heated debate with Fowler over his defense of the race agitators in the Black Lives Matter movement.

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