Megyn Kelly: Most U.S. Presidents Have Been White

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 31 December 2013

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Ann Coulter has said that she does not like Megyn Kelly because she is a fake Repubican.

NEW YORK CITY - FOX News reporter Megyn Kelly has languished being in the national spotlight and she is not about to let it get away from her; just yet.

Kelly stated on her show The Kelly File that most U.S. presidents have been white.

She made this comment in front of her guest Ann Coulter who rolled her eyes and replied, "Gosh, Megyn are you trying to win The Sarah Palin Award For Absurdity or what?"

Kelly blushed and told her that she is just the messenger and she does not make anything up.

Coulter looked her in the eye and asked, "How about that story that Michelle Obama was having an affair with Denzel Washington?"

"Well maybe just that little one." Kelly remarked.

Coulter grinned and said, "And how about that story you reported about Miley Cyrus being arrested down in Tijuana, Mexico while she had gone down there shopping for a Rush Limbaugh piƱata?"


"And then there was"

"Okay! Okay! Enough already." Kelly yelled out. "Stop it Coulter. I cannot believe that you a fellow Republican is grilling me on something that normally the Democrats would be grilling me on."

Coulter grinned and said "Look here Blondie. I call 'em like I see 'em. And if you can't stand the heat that get out of the friggin' kitchen and I'll take over your show."

"Leave Ann. Leave right now!"

"Bite me you fake blonde bitch." Coulter shot back. "I'm leaving but only because I have an appointment with my gynecologist to get a female hormone shot."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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