The story starts concerning Congressman Sherman. A clip is shown from his recent town hall of him saying he was “not aware” of the Black Panther case. Really? A congressman not aware of the biggest case of outright racism and voter intimidation in recent years? You know, maybe that is true considering the lame stream media seems to be showing Mel Gibson more than the Black Panther proclaiming that white babies need to be killed. That actually could possibly make sense … since most Democrats in congress do not appear to care about those little pesky things called facts.
However, there’s another layer that happened here. Megyn Kelly was covering this town hall story and had Kirsten Powers on .. and … well, you’ll have to watch it (go get some popcorn for maximum enjoyment).
Kirsten Powers at 2:52: “I looked at the video…the guy wasn’t really intimidating people. They were walking past him and voting, so I don’t really understand how he was being intimidating.”
Kirsten Powers at 6:56: “But Megyn, I didn’t say it wasn’t voter intimidation. You’re putting words in my mouth. You’re putting words in my mouth. I didn’t say it wasn’t voter intimidation.”
(Kirsten, my kid would say “she got pwned”)