Megyn Kelly slams hospital’s treatment of white CitiBike lady: ‘My God, the sh*t poured down on this pregnant woman’

Megyn Kelly took aim at the race hustlers and the hospital system as a pregnant physician’s assistant remained in activist crosshairs, “…the sh*t poured down…just for trying to actually claim the bike she paid for…”

(Video: The Megyn Kelly Show)

Sarah Comrie, 36, has remained the target of a smear campaign after a video showed her in a dispute with five black men over who had rightfully rented a bike. Joined by guests Emily Jashinsky and Eliana Johnson on Tuesday’s “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the host recounted the events that led one commentator to suggest a new racially charged nickname related to the lynching of Emmett Till.

“We are aware of the video involving a health care provider off duty and away from the hospital campus,” Kelly said, reading the statement from New York City’s Bellevue Hospital where Comrie works. “The incident in the video is disturbing.

“The provider is currently out on leave and will remain on leave pending a review. As a health system we are committed to providing an environment for our patients and staff that is free from discrimination of any kind,” the statement continued.

“What discrimination? What are you talking about?” Kelly erupted. “They’re accusing their own staffer of being racist in that encounter.”

The host went on to admit she considered Comrie’s behavior “a little odd” in the manner the woman called for help, “But it’s not racist. This woman’s life has been ruined. So far, she’s not back at her job, she’s expecting a baby, I’m sure she’s feeling emotional to begin with. We all know you get a little spicy when you have a little baby growing inside of you.”

After calling out a tweet from attorney Benjamin Crump that, as previously reported, was ultimately deleted as Comrie’s lawyer considers legal recourse against those who have defamed his client, wherein Crump wrote, “This is unacceptable! A white woman was caught on camera attempting to STEAL a Citi Bike from a young Black man in NYC,” Kelly turned her attention to Monique Judge.

Judge had already published a piece rife with racist accusations that concluded, “Now, Sarah Jane Comrie is in the ‘find out’ portion of the game. I hope she gets everything that’s coming to her,” when she decided to pile on with a tweet likening the woman to Carolyn Bryant, the woman whom 14-year-old Till was accused of offending before his 1955 murder.

“Instead of calling these women ‘Karens’ when they do this, we should call them ‘Carolyn’ or ‘Carolyns’ since the behavior they are emulating is that of Carolyn Bryant, the woman who got Emmett Till lynched,” Judge tweeted.

“Seriously,” she continued. “The behavior can lead to physical harm or worse for Black people, and that is dangerous. Weaponizing whiteness and white lady tears should be a punishable offense.”

“My God, the sh*t poured down on this pregnant woman just for trying to actually claim the bike she paid for is out of hand,” Kelly declared.

A crowdfunding page was established to cover the legal expenses for Comrie and, at the time of this posting, had raised just over the goal of $120,000.


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