(Headline USA) Megyn Kelly blasted ESPN for including biological male trans swimmer Lia Thomas in its Women’s History month segment, during an episode of her podcast with guests Amala Ekpunobi and Evita Duffy-Alfonso.
In a tribute dubbed “Celebrating Women’s History Month,” the sports network celebrated the biological male trans swimmer, memorializing his movement from men’s sports to the women’s scene.
As reported by The Daily Wire, Kelly told the guests on her podcast, “We’ve gone too far, Amala. They want tolerance. We want tolerance. We want tolerance for our spaces and our awards and our sports.”
Referring to a Daily Wire report, the former Fox News Host mentioned Thomas’s “weird fetishes” and “severe mental issues”, which the trans swimmer has yet to address.
She continued, “The fact that they are now….asking us to celebrate Lia Thomas as one of the women we should be stopping to pause and celebrate on women’s month. They’ve gone too far.”
The podcast host had previously blasted Vice President Kamala Harris for ignoring all Republican first women in her tribute for Women’s History Month.
Kelly said, “If you were a Republican who’d achieved anything, you were f***ing gone. However, sadly Kamala Harris forgot some important women in her tribute.”
The former Fox News Host pointed out that Harris excluded Democrat Geraldine Ferraro, who made history as the first woman to receive a nomination from her party.
“Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman, the first woman to ever sit on the U.S. Supreme Court, ignored. Sonia Sotomayor, she gets a shout-out, why?” Kelly asked. “First Latino woman. So being a woman doesn’t matter in Women’s History Month.”
Kelly then suggested that Harris left out these essential names in her tribute so she could talk about herself.
“You wanted to talk about yourself being the first to create history and the vice presidential role? It wasn’t you… Yes, to win, but not to get the nomination. Geraldine did, and then Sarah Palin way before you did, Kamala,” the podcast host noted. “You were the first to win. But it wasn’t Hillary, that’s for sure.”
Her guest Ekpunobi concluded, “So I think we should also acknowledge that during their [2023 International] Women’s Courage Awards, this administration gave an award to a biological male as a woman who symbolizes courage.”
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