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Megyn Kelly: Arizona's 'Sharia Law' Bill 'Deeply Offensive,' 'Potentially Dangerous'

Even Fox News' Megyn Kelly can see how hurtful and destructive Arizona's anti-gay bill is.

Even Fox News' Megyn Kelly understands how hurtful and destructive the new anti-gay bill known as SB1062 is -- the one brought to you by the psychos in Arizona.

Kelly: What is this about because we hear from folks on the religious right who say they feel religion is under attack and I look at this bill and wonder whether this is a reaction, an over-reaction to people who feel under attack on this score and in the end they may have struck back in a way that's deeply offensive to many and potentially dangerous to folks who are gay and lesbian and need medical services and other services being denied potentially.

Even Fox News' crazy uncle, Judge Napolitano believes the bill is off the wall. Fox's Napolitano: Arizona's Anti-Gay Segregation Law Is "Profoundly Unconstitutional"

Brit Hume tried to say that the law's evils are only potential and may never happen, but nobody really believes that and even so, he's not thrilled about the new bill.

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