In light of yet another senseless act of violence in America, Megyn Kelly offered viewers a message of inspiration as she closed out Friday’s edition of “The Kelly File.”
The reassuring message, which followed an earlier segment where Kelly ripped President Obama for being silent, was simple — be vigilant, but be free and live without fear.
“If you see something, say something,” she reminded her audience. “Having said that, you have a much better chance of being hit by lightening than of dying in a terrorist attack.”
“There’s a big Christmas tree in New York right now. Go see it. Go shopping,” she added. “Be free, that’s what we do.”
Megyn Kelly shared a closing note for viewers tonight: While it’s true that we must all be vigilant in the wake of growing terror threats, it’s also important that Americans continue to be free and live their lives without fear.
Posted by The Kelly File on Friday, December 4, 2015
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