Megyn discusses the tragic events that occurred on September 11, 2001, in the wake of TikTok influencers praising Osama bin Laden’s ‘Letter to America,’ how TikTok users are defending the 9/11 attacks, a look back at Megyn’s interview with Professor Ward Churchill, his chilling remarks on the terrorists’ actions, and more.
Megyn responds to the backlash she’s receiving for comments she made in episode 549 about Charlize Theron’s threat about how she would “f–k up” anyone who disagrees with her about drag queens, the difference between drag shows for adults and drag shows for children, the reality of “grooming” by child molesters, and more.
Last week, Megyn had a few thoughts about Chrissy Teigen attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in a ‘barely there’ dress with a long train that she had three “minions” help her carry. TMZ asked Teigen’s husband John Legend to react to Megyn’s remarks, which led to a curious defense of the model. On Monday’s …
Megyn breaks down why Fox News ‘orchestrated campaign’ to destroy Tucker Carlson is failing as viewers aren’t coming back, The New York Times publishing private texts between Carlson and a producer trying to make him look racist, whether this actually contributed to Fox News firing him, and more.
The mainstream media certainly seems to be enjoying the fact that Tucker Carlson left Fox News – perhaps none more than the ladies of The View. Megyn slams The View co-host Ana Navarro’s sing along in the wake of learning Carlson was out at the network.
On Monday morning, a gunman opened fire at The Covenant School in Nashville, TN, killing three nine-year-old students and three staff members. As Megyn emotionally described during the opening of Tuesday’s program, “one sick person” (Megyn has a policy of not naming the shooters in these situations) perpetrated this tragedy. She was shot and killed …
Megyn just returned from her spring break family vacation to the Bahamas, and she has an important question for America: What happened to bathing suits?
Megyn dissects the ‘tell-all’ Netflix ‘documentary’ from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, delves into the many lies and misinformation, reflects on their privileged and out of touch narrative, discusses how the media has covered the couple, and more.