Megyn Locks Horns With TX Lt. Governor Over Trans Bathrooms, Shows True Colors At End Of Interview… [VID]

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Fox News host Megyn Kelly showed her true colors in an interview with Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick over his opposition to Obama’s order to public schools that they must respect trans students’ right to use the bathroom that corresponds to their “gender identity.”

As you know by now, King Obama has threatened all public schools to comply or get hit with lawsuits and lose federal funding! Unbelievable.

Kelly seems to agree with Obama’s imperial order. True colors- she’s a lib.

Mediaite has more:

Kelly challenged Patrick on his assertion that this marks the end of public schooling as we know it and countered him repeatedly with talking points from LGBT advocates who say that the learning curve of integration must be weathered to eventually make a better life for trans students who are currently suffering.

Then, she challenged him when he brought up “allowing men” in women’s rooms. She sought clarification like this:

“Allow men in the ladies’ rooms or allow trans women in the ladies’ rooms?”

Then, she asked why he was so afraid men masquerading as trans women would attack little girls if allowed into female-designated bathrooms when there are grown men who prey on little boys who have been allowed in male-designated restrooms for years.

That is SUCH a liberal argument.

At one point, Patrick said, “Megyn, you’re missing th–” but she cut him off with a quick, “No, I don’t think I’m missing anything.”

Before the interview was over, she abruptly cut Patrick off mid-sentence and ended the interview.

Check out the clip below.

YouTube video courtesy of HIT Breaking News

 

Unbelievable.

God Bless.

(h/t IJ Review)

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