During Bill O'Reilly's show, which is the highest rated on their network, Fox News made the correct call of cutting away from The Factor to cover the breaking news that Eric Cantor lost his primary election to a Tea Party nobody. Megyn Kelly came on and hosted Bret Baier, Brit Hume, Carl Cameron and Chris Stirewalt, all considered to be their big guns when it comes to election results. While they were in the middle of the discussion and right after Bret Baier discussed the trouble that's ahead for the Chamber of Commerce after Cantor's historic loss, Megyn Kelly cut in and made a history breaking announcement all of her own.
Kelly: You have to stand by because I get to say something now that I've never...I, I...nare I say no anchor has ever said in the history of anchoring television which is Bret Baier, Chris Stirewalt, Brit Hume, Carl Cameron because I want to go to a phoner with Ann Coulter.
Three of them laughed it off, but Brit Hume was really not amused. This certainly was a first in television. Of all people to be bumped, Ann Coulter is a woman who has offended everyone on the planet with her acid tongue including Judaism, was called to give an "expert" opinion on election results and the ins and outs of real immigration reform?
kelly: Ann thank you so much for joining us. You were very much against Eric Cantor, tell us why?
Coulter: Well, like most of the country, based on polls Amnesty is very bad for the country...
In the most recent poll, 62% of the country is for immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship, Ann.
More than 60 percent of Americans back a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living here illegally — winning support from majorities of Democrats, Republicans and independents, according to a sweeping new poll to be released Tuesday.
Megyn Kelly said as much earlier, but ignored her honored guest's lying remark.
Coulter; When they (voters) know that amnesty is on the table, amnesty loses big. The idea that this will hurt the Republicans in 2016 is insane. (a shot at Bret Baier))
Earlier in the segment Bret Baier explained since Cantor got beat on what they feel is the immigration issue, Republicans will be in trouble during the general election of 2016 because of the changing demographics of the country. Coulter then took her shots at Carl Cameron and disputed his analysis of the election as well.
Outside of Coulter's twisted political analysis, For Fox News and Roger Ailes to bump off what they consider to be their best for someone who just wants the Jews to be perfected is a new low even for them. Hey, where was Karl Rove in all of this?
COULTER: No, we think -- we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say.
DEUTSCH: Wow, you didn't really say that, did you?