Megyn Kelly Thinks A Black Person Shouldn't Even Look At Cops

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Jessica Renae Buxbaum
Fox News host Megyn Kelly thinks it’s wrong for black people to even look at police officers.

Fox News host Megyn Kelly thinks it’s wrong for black people to even look at police officers.

On the November 24 episode of "The Kelly File," the upfront host criticized an image of a Black Lives Matter protestor staring at a white police officer during the Chicago protests against the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

“This is a cop out there accused of doing nothing wrong, trying to keep the peace,” Kelly argued. “He gets right in his face and stares him down? This cop hasn’t done anything wrong.”

Her guest, political activist and media personality Richard Fowler, repeatedly countered “That is his first amendment right.”

But Kelly, with an aggressive history of demeaning black people, adamantly asserted that a black person staring at a cop is out of line while consistent police brutality against minorities is somehow not seemingly as "inappropriate."

“ It’s not a question of what his constitutional rights are. It’s a question of what’s appropriate,” Kelly said.

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