Journalist Megyn Kelly criticised for blackface comments

Lula Sharp
October 23, 2018

There were a few people who defended Kelly as well, including John Zeigler who wrote: 'I love that no one can actually explain why Megyn Kelly is wrong, they just virtue signal as if it requires no explanation I know MANY years ago blackface was used in a racist fashion, but I really don't see how if a white kid wants to be a black hero for Halloween that's racist'. "Isn't the whole objective of Halloween to dress up and pretend you're something other than yourself?"

Soboroff didn't hesitate before saying, "It sounds pretty racist to me", but he was quickly pushed aside by Rivers.

After detailing how Anne Frank, Cowboy and Nazi costumes are banned on certain campuses, Megyn asked about blackface.

I'm honored to work with all of you every day.

Bush Hager interjected to opine, "I think that there are limits in how far you want to go, because you're making people feel bad".

She acknowledged that nowadays "you get in trouble" for being a white person who puts on blackface (her panel nodded in agreement) or the reverse (more nodding). "People said that was racist!"

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"I just don't think it's white people's place to tell us whether we can be offended over blackface or not".

During the premiere episode of the show's recently concluded 10th season, cast member Luann de Lesseps showed up to a Halloween party in blackface, dressed as Diana Ross. "I thought, who doesn't love Diana Ross?".

She got a round of applause for that comment, and called colleges discouraging students from wearing stereotypical costumes "absurd". The history of blackface in our culture is abhorrent; the wounds too deep. "It is time to stop with the dismissive arguments those that describe these offensive acts as pranks, ignorance and youthful indiscretions". In 2013, declared on her Fox News show that both Santa Claus and Jesus were white.

'How do you revise it in the middle of the legacy in the story and change Santa from white to black?' The quartet were discussing campus attempts to discourage "inappropriate and offensive costumes" during Halloween season. "Blackface was NOT okay when we were kids", he wrote, appearing to refer to backlash he received for wanting to dress as black comedian Nipsey Russell.

"If you're gonna dress like an idiot.then someone should say something to somebody".

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