Megyn Kelly stunned viewers with her take on bathroom bill: ‘What the Hell is wrong w u Megyn?’

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Megyn Kelly stunned Fox News viewers on Friday when she sided against the North Carolina law that prevents men from entering women’s bathrooms.

The Fox News host interviewed North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and demanded to know why the law was enacted.

“What was the fear that led to the enactment of this law?” Kelly asked as if she didn’t see the inherent danger in allowing middle-aged men to use facilities with 12-year-old girls.

McCrory explained that the law was created to counter a Charlotte ordinance that forced businesses to allow people to use any bathroom they wanted to based on what gender they identify with.

Not good enough for Kelly, who pressed on.

“I’ve been in women’s bathrooms my whole life. We don’t have the urinal situation,” Kelly said. “We got the stalls. We get to go in, we do our business, and like it’s not – we don’t see each other. So why are you concerned about young girls exposing themselves or seeing somebody else exposed in a women’s bathroom?”

“I can’t believe we’re talking about this. This is not an issue that I started. This is an issue the left started, not the right,” McCrory stated accurately.

That’s when Kelly ridiculously used the left’s tactic of saying that those of us who don’t want men in bathrooms with our women somehow believe people who identify as transgender are stalkers and child molesters.

“The question that many have is what is your fear because you know, there is a misconception that transgendered are somehow molesters and they’re not. That’s not true,” she argued. “Typically, male molesters are heterosexual and if they want to sneak into a bathroom they’ll do it. But 90 percent of the cases molestation happens with someone you know. So what is the fear about the transgender situation in the bathrooms?”

Yes Megyn, typically molesters are heterosexual men, so why do you want to provide them another avenue to easily access children in vulnerable positions?

Social media was not kind to Kelly.

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Carmine Sabia

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