Megyn Kelly calls Charlize Theron’s bluff on groomer drag queens: ‘Why don’t you come and f**k me up?’

Charlize Theron is so “woke” when it comes to drag queens that she threatened she would “f**k up” anyone who messed with the flamboyant biological males dressing up like women, and now Megyn Kelly has called her bluff, daring the Academy Award-winning South African actress to put her money where her mouth is.

Theron, one of Hollywood’s insufferable army of holier-than-thou, wealthy left-wing snobs made her challenge during a recent telethon event to raise money for drag queens, a demographic that has been drawing fire for the proliferation of “family-friendly” drag shows where biological men strut their stuff in kinky, sexually suggestive garb in front of audiences that, at times, include young and impressionable children.

“I will f**k anybody up who is, like, trying to f**k with anything with you guys,” Theron said of the dragsters who joined her on the “Drag Isn’t Dangerous” telethon which raised $500,000 for the LGBTQ+ cause and featured other celebs including Jimmy Kimmel’s ex-girlfriend Sarah Silverman, many of whom threatened to inflict physical violence upon critics.

On Friday’s edition of her SiriusXM radio program, “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the conservative commentator threw down the gauntlet to the woman who once portrayed her on the big screen.

“Okay, so why doesn’t Charlize Theron come and f**k me up? Because I’m 100% against her on this,” Kelly said.

**WARNING: Language**

“Yes, there’s fun drag queen shows, I’ve been to them,” she added, noting that the shows that she had attended were for adults only. “But there are drag queen shows out there right now that are deeply disturbing and they’re happening in front of young children.”

“So know what you’re supporting. Understand what we’re actually seeing out there which can include absolutely the grooming of young children,” Kelly said. “So even she should be against that, trans kid or not.”

The actress drew raves when she came out and announced that she was raising her young adopted child, born as a boy, to be a girl whom she dressed up in dresses and long braided hair.

Kelly later noted that leftists deliberately lump adult drag performers in with those who perform in front of young kids.

“It’s not the same thing,” she said. “They conflate it because apparently allowing drag queens to perform in front of little children is really important to them.”

(Video: YouTube: Megyn Kelly)

“Otherwise why would they conflate these two issues rather than just ceding the one and defending the right of adults to perform as they want in front of other willing adults?” Kelly asked. “It can be a fun thing. Bachlorette parties go out and see a drag queen show, it’s with a cocktail in a bar where it’s only people above 21, fine whatever. There may be some people who care, but no one’s really targeting that.”

“And I know the word groomer does get overused,” she added. “What happens is if you introduce sexual behavior and like sexual references, just sexualization in front of children, too young, it gets them used to it.”

“It inures the child into that behavior and then – I’m not saying drag queens are pedophiles – but you don’t know who’s in that child’s life,” Kelly stated. “You don’t know whether that kid is exposed at the Boy Scouts or the Girl Scouts, or on a school trip, or God forbid in a church, to somebody who will exploit that familiarity with that kind of talk and that kind of behavior and the child’s defenses are now down because you put them down.”

“So it is a problem Charlize, believe me,” she said.

Theron portrayed the former Fox News anchor in the 2019 flick “Bombshell” about the sexual harassment scandal at the conservative network involving iconic former CEO Roger Ailes which also starred fellow Best Actress Oscar winner Nicole Kidman as television journalist Gretchen Carlson.

(Video: YouTube/Lionsgate Movies)

The actress/activist who is one of Tinseltown’s brightest stars has appeared in numerous box office hits during her career which has spanned three decades, winning the 2003 Best Actress statue for her role as the notorious Florida prostitute serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the movie “Monster” which firmly established her stardom.

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