Megyn Kelly slammed actress Drew Barrymore for “praying at the transgender altar” when she kneeled before trans activist and biological male Dylan Mulvaney.
During Sirius XM’s “The Megyn Kelly Show” podcast, the host introduced the clip that had surfaced — showing the host of “The Drew Barrymore Show” on her knees in front of the trans-identifying Tiktok star Mulvaney as Barrymore voiced her support for the activist’s transition experience.
Kelly admitted she doesn’t watch Barrymore’s show saying that it struggled to get even close to the ratings “every show on Fox in the primetime or early prime” gets — and then asked where are the “strong women?”
“What is most bizarre here – here, Dylan [Mulvaney] is the normal one,” the host explained. “Dylan is not behaving to me in any particularly odd way. Drew Barrymore is.”
“As an image, [Barrymore kneeling] encapsulates a lot of what is driving actual biological women nuts about this whole evolution, which is trans women are coming into our locker rooms, in our sports, in our bathrooms, in our colleges, and so on and taking over,” she added. “And we as women are expected to take the knee and just be thankful and say, ‘We appreciate what you’re doing to us, and anything else means you’re a bigot.'”
Drew Barrymore gets down on her knees to bond with Dylan Mulvaney.. man what am I looking at? pic.twitter.com/utxoEn2EiA
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“It was so cringy,” the former Fox News host continued. “Her fake smile … This is an actress. Drew Barrymore is acting. And what was she acting the part of? Woke, weak, white woman praying at the transgender altar. That’s her part in this particular role …”
The podcast host asked why they both ended up kneeling on the ground after Mulvaney joined Barrymore on the floor because the floor “feels safer.”
She then sarcastically suggested maybe she should do the “next presidential debate from the floor.”
“Perhaps I should have been sitting on the floor when I asked [President Donald] Trump or any of these other guys tough questions,” Kelly said. “How weak is she … Where are the strong women? What is it? False strength by showing every weakness coming out of your pores. And it may all be an affectation, which makes it even more insulting.”