Live on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly takes on controversial Professor
Monday night on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly went toe to toe with controversial Professor Ward Churchill. Churchill rose to fame with comments about the “little Eichmanns” who were in the World Trade Center when the planes hit on 9/11. The University of Colorado at Boulder later fired Churchill.
Kelly discussed the “little Eichmanns” comment. Churchill defended his comment bay saying that Eichmann played a role in horrible atrocities even though he didn’t directly carry out the “Final Solution”, which he compares to the financial workers in the World Trade Center. Kelly fired back by asking “How could you draw a moral equivalence between 3000 dead Americans and a murderous Nazi like Adolf Eichmann?”
He continued by saying, “They are proactively involved and knowingly involved lending their proficiencies… which is served by the U.S. military,” “You do not have to be the one who turned on the gas if you’re making it possible for the gas to be there.” Churchill actually gave praise to the terrorists who attacked America on that fateful day. Near the end of the segment, Kelly grilled Churchill on whether he believes the US deserves to get bombed again. He refused to answer the question but responded by saying, “I think the United States, by its own rules, is subject to being bombed,” Kelly shot back asking, “Why can’t you have the courage to just answer honestly?” “Yes or no. Do we deserve to be bombed? Just say it if you think it’s true.”
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