Megyn Kelly: Take on Tua concussion makes Tiffany Cross ‘most racist person on television’

Podcast host Megyn Kelly is not afraid to call a spade a spade, and on Tuesday she called out MSNBC host Tiffany Cross for being “the most racist person on television.”

During SiriusXM’s The Megyn Kelly Show, she responded to Cross trying to make Tua Tagovailoa’s concussion a race issue. According to Cross, the fact that Tagovailoa was medically cleared to play but received a concussion during the game just goes to show how little white football team owners really care about their players of color.

“To see all these Black men crashing into each other with a bunch of White owners, White coaches, and the complete disregard for Black bodies and Black life,” the MSNBC host claimed. “I mean, it just represents a larger issue.”

Kelly was in no mood to entertain such a foolish take.

“He’s not black. Hello? You dumbass, Tiffany Cross,” she groaned. “She’s the most racist person on television. It’s amazing. Maybe she just doesn’t see color. Anyway, he’s not black, but according to her he is. Oh, and by the way, his coach isn’t white either.”

She revisited the topic after bringing on some guests, continuing to lay into the liberal TV personality.

“Oh my God. I’m sorry. I wasn’t planning on starting with this moron Tiffany Cross, but it’s so good,” she apologized, playing the clip again.

“He’s Samoan and his coach is mixed race,” Kelly explained. “Had a white parent and a Black parent. So, anyway, he’s not White. I guess in Tiffany’s world that’s white. But in any event, this person sees everything through a ‘it’s racist’ prism.”

And it would seem that Twitter is somewhat in agreement:

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