Keith Olbermann, a former ESPN anchor and hard-Left pundit, was reportedly publicly humiliated by Megyn Kelly after he mocked her for supporting Tucker Carlson.
The series of events that led to Kelly’s savagery of Olbermann started when the hosts of “The View” made fun of Carlson after he left, which prompted Kelly to defend him.
Then Olbermann tried to ridicule Kelly in a response tweet.
On her podcast, The Megyn Kelly Show, Kelly then brutally slammed Olbermann for the comments.
“Even Keith Olbermann was saying similar things, comparing Tucker to a Nazi. He also, for good measure, decided to tweet about me, because I said Tucker is gonna be better off without Fox, and said something to the effect of, ‘You got fired from Fox and NBC. What would you know about it?’” Kelly exclaimed.
“So, first of all, you misstate the circumstances of my departure from NBC, sir. That’s all I’m allowed to say about it. And as for Fox, there were widely-reported facts that I was offered $100 million to stay there.” she continued.
“But the record’s very clear that I left voluntarily because I wanted to raise my family — something that you don’t know anything about, because no one would marry you, and you have no children. You have a cold, lonely life in which you’ve become a bitter, bitter man, something I wouldn’t know anything about because my life is joyful and I’ve managed to raise my own children. And someday, I hope you have that pleasure. But I don’t have high hopes it’s gonna happen,” she concluded.