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Megyn Kelly slammed the media on Tuesday for exploiting violence — like the massacre at LGBT nightclub Club Q — to score political points.

What is the background?

Democrats and the media seized on the Club Q shooting to argue that opposition to the progressive LGBT agenda is responsible for the horrific massacre.

NBC News reporter Ben Collins, for example, went viral on Tuesday for placing blame for the Club Q attack, and other similar tragedies, at the feet of conservative media, targeting specifically Fox News host Tucker Carlson. Anything but full-throated acceptance of the progressive LGBT agenda is the same as inciting violence against the LGBT community, the narrative alleges.

What did Kelly say?

During the opening of her SiriusXM radio show, Kelly hammered Democrats and the mainstream media for using the massacre to blame their political enemies.

"The left and Democratic leaders continuing to place blame on conservatives before the motive is even known in connection with this Colorado nightclub shooting,” Kelly said. "I mean this happens every time — every time.

"Nancy Pelosi going as far as to accuse people who supported Donald Trump’s presidency for the deadly shooting," she scoffed. “They can’t even respect the dead for 2 minutes. I mean before the bodies get cold, they want to pin it on politics.

“Can we wait and see? 'Cause this guy pulled guns on and threatened to bomb his own mother a year ago, so it’s possible he had some mental health problems that were unresolved," she continued. "It’s a situation similar to the Nancy Pelosi attack on her husband by this guy who was clearly a lunatic, whose most recent writings seemed out there and aligned with Q-Anon, but we’re talking about a mentally unwell person."

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Later in the show, Kelly targeted the media who claim the Club Q massacre is "right-wing-inspired violence" in which the Republican Party, Donald Trump, and conservative commentator Matt Walsh are responsible.

"Somehow, because this is a gay club, LGBTQ, this is their fault. It's a pattern. We've seen it so many times, but it still is alarming — and it's deeply immoral," Kelly said.

Her guest, Clay Travis, agreed. In fact, the media is culpable, he suggested, because they help make mass killers famous, they ignore the everyday violence that occurs across the nation, and they do not help discover a real solution to violence.

Kelly agreed.

"The media completely ignores what's happening in Baltimore, what's happening in Chicago, what's happening in Philadelphia," she said. "They don’t care. They only care about these things because they can look for what they think is a political motive, or in any case ... they can look for the guns."

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Many Trump supporters simply 'want to get violent,' don't want to vote anymore — and perhaps 'didn't show up' on Election Day: NBC News senior reporter

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Ben Collins, NBC News senior reporter, said Wednesday that many from former President Donald Trump's "base" simply "want to get violent" and don't want to vote anymore.

Collins also suggested to the panel on MSNBC’s “Katy Tur Reports" that Trump-endorsed Republican candidates underperformed in Tuesday's midterms because the aforementioned Trump supporters didn't vote, the Daily Caller said.

What did Collins say?

“There’s a large portion — so, like, the people who planned the insurrection still have their forum, and they gave up on democracy a long time ago, and by the way, we should have factored this in a little bit more before people started voting, I think,” Collins said. “There is a large section of the Trump base that simply does not want to vote anymore, they just want to get violent, and maybe those people didn’t show up."

\u201cBen Collins: "There is a large section of the Trump base that simply does not want to vote anymore, they just want to get violent.\u201d\u201d
— Daily Caller (@Daily Caller) 1668029063

How are folks reacting?

Many of those responding to the Twitter clip above weren't buying Collins' theories. Believe it or not, a couple of detractors actually got quite sarcastic:

Image source: Twitter

As you might imagine, there's more where that came from:

  • "Does he mean they want to get violent like the liberals and Dems have been for the last 6 years?" another commenter asked. "If so, maybe, just maybe, he has a point."
  • "This guy's a dope & a liar. Almost ALL the political violence lately has been cause by the left. [Bots & Dem-idiots: spare us the J6 Capitol pictures. Very little actual $ damage was done to the Capitol (~ $1.5 million, compared to the $2 *BILLION* by Antifa/BLM in '20).]," another user said.
  • "Can someone tell me where all this right-wing violence is and, of course, white supremacy???" another commenter wondered. "I have no taste for violence, but it is getting harder and harder to stomach Democrats. I think Dems are completely insane & just plain stupid ..."
  • "Where is your evidence of this? On the other hand, Republicans have reams of videos of left-wing violence and property destruction, in many states across this nation," another user said. "You have one riot, over a couple of hours, on one afternoon, with FBI instigators leading the charge."

The Daily Caller added that MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow made an accusation on Election Night similar to Collins' pronouncement, claiming the “far right” was using its “open carry privilege” to intimidate political opponents.

Anything else?

The consensus is that Republicans underperformed Tuesday. In fact, conservative writer Marc Thiessen implored the GOP to head into some deep introspection after failing to deliver the promised "red wave" for the midterm elections.

"We had the worst inflation in four decades, the worst collapse in real wages in 40 years, the worst crime wave since the 1990s, the worst border crisis in U.S. history. We have Joe Biden, who is the least popular president since Harry Truman — since presidential polling happened — and there wasn’t a red wave," the Fox News contributor said late Tuesday.

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