Megyn Kelly Gets Cancelled By Radical Left Over Her Bud Light Takes

In response to a leftist media outlet's claims that she is transphobic, Megyn Kelly, the host of the conservative podcast Megyn Kelly, took to Twitter to defend herself. The article, which was written by Benjamin Lindsay of The Wrap, was entitled "Megyn Kelly Go On Transphobic Tirade After Bud Light Collaborated With Dylan Mulvaney."

In response to the leftist media's attempts to marginalize her, Kelly called out the individuals who would do so. She noted that The Wrap's Lindsay noted that transphobic individuals are those who are "misgendering" others.

During an interview with Michael Knowles of The Daily Wire, Kelly commented on the partnership between Mulvaney and Bud Light. She stated that the individual who is on the can has made a joke about girlhood and womanhood, and that it has been celebrated across the country. However, she added that the company's actions were too far.

The writer of The Wrap criticized Kelly's statements about Anheuser-Busch's embrace of wokeness and her criticism of the company's lackluster response to its Mulvaney partnership. She also called out the company's attempt at an apology.

Anheuser-Busch responded to the backlash on Friday by releasing a patriotic ad on social media. However, despite this, Megyn Kelly was still able to point out the hypocrisy of the Left.

It's clear that the left's agenda is to push their agenda on everyone, and they are trying to do so by labeling people who disagree with them as transphobic. This is a dangerous game they are playing, and it must be stopped. We must let them know that we are not going to allow them to silence people who are speaking out against their agenda. We must also remember to stand up for people's right to free speech.

Source: Daily Fetched

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