Megyn Kelly says only good to come from rising campus antisemitism is opening the eyes of Jewish people

Megyn Kelly suggested that if there is anything positive about the explosion of antisemitism on college campuses it’s that the eyes of Jewish people have been opened to the true nature of leftists and their DEI agenda.

The conservative journalist and podcaster participated in a discussion at the CPAC Conference in Washington, D.C. on Friday where she talked about a variety of issues, including the reaction of young students in the aftermath of the October 7, 2023 massacre of over 1,200 Israelis by Hamas savages.

After Israel justifiably responded with a military operation to clean the terrorists out of Gaza, American campuses which have long been hotbeds of hatred for Western civilization erupted with protests against the Jewish democracy and Jews in general who suddenly were faced with legitimate concerns about their safety.

Kelly first addressed the role of the Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok which is hugely popular with young people for being a platform filled with pro-Hamas brainwashing, before turning to the ugliness on campus.

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“TikTok is where this begins. So, I do think keeping them away from social media in the young formative years, and you reinforcing your own values and what’s true is important, and keeping the right news sources funneling to them so they’re hearing facts that you know are real, not, it’s not like don’t leave Al Jazeera on the TV while you go off for your run.,” she said.

“But I also think that, like, when they get to the university, they’re gonna to need to find their spines and their friends. This is one of the reasons why I love Turning Point. We have to get to young people and make sure they know they’re not alone. You may feel like you’re the only conservative voice on campus, but you’re not. But TikTok in particular is a problem because that is really funneling pro-Hamas information and pro-bin Laden,” she said, referring to some on the platform who circulated and praised the Islamist fiend’s “letter to America” last year.

“You saw — like, literally, these morons were like, you know that bin Laden, really? You have to hand it to that bin Laden. He has a point. No, you do not have to hand it to bin Laden,” she said “You’ve got to actually do some studying, some homework.”

“The only plus of the antisemitism that we’ve been seeing on college campuses, the only upside to all of this, in the wake of the horrific October 7th attack, is that our Jewish friends, who are more left-leaning and believe the DEI lie, I think are now seeing the truth, which is that it’s pernicious and it’s actually really dangerous,” Kelly said.

“And so like it’s not okay to, whether it’s black and white or Hispanic and Jews whatever,” she continued. “Like it’s not okay to divide us by race or ethnicity. Like we’re all the same. It’s why I don’t like the black national anthem. There’s only one national anthem. We don’t need it by color or by creed.”

Chris Donaldson

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