Charlize Theron starred as Megyn Kelly in the 2019 film “Bombshell.” So, when Theron made “deeply disturbing” statements and threats years later, Kelly wasted no time blasting the Hollywood actress.
Megyn Kelly has claimed she feels a “weird connection” with actress Charlize Theron. So, Kelly took aim at the liberal actress who has strong views about drag queen shows involving children after Theron was a part of the “Drag Isn’t Dangerous” telethon, which was described as “a night of entertainment and pure queer joy to combat recent anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation across the country.”
During the telethon, Theron proclaimed, “We love you queens! We’re in your corner, and we’ve got you, and I will f*** anybody up who is, like, trying to f*** with anything with you guys.” Theron continued to voice her opinion, saying, “It’s really in all seriousness, there are so many things that are hurting and, really, killing our kids, and we all know what I’m talking about right now, and it ain’t no drag queen.”
Theron added, “Because if you’ve ever seen a drag queen lip-sync for her life, it only makes you happier, it only makes you love more, it makes you a better person.” However, those remarks didn’t sit well with Megyn Kelly who decided to confront Theron on her podcast by challenging the celebrity actress.
“Okay, so why doesn’t Charlize Theron come and f*ck me up? Because I’m 100 percent against her on this,” Kelly stated. “Yes, there are fun drag queen shows. I’ve been to them,” Kelly added. “When I lived in Chicago, we went to one that was super fun – it was all adults. But there are drag queen shows out there right now that are deeply disturbing, and they’re happening in front of young children,” Kelly continued. “So, know what you’re supporting, understand what we’re actually seeing out there which can include absolutely the grooming of young children.”
Kelly wasn’t done there. “I know the word ‘groomer’ does get overused. What happens is, if you introduce sexual behavior and sexual references and just sexualization in front of children, too young, it gets them used to it. It lures into that behavior,” Kelly explained. “I’m not saying that drag queens are pedophiles, but you don’t know who is in that child’s life,” Kelly declared. “So, it is a problem, Charlize, believe me.”
Theron adopted a biological 3-year-old boy named “Jackson” from South Africa in 2012, but she announced in 2019 that Jackson was a girl. “I thought she was a boy,” Theron said about her adopted child, “until she looked at me when she was three years old and said, ‘I am not a boy!'”
According to Breitbart, “Theron’s decision to allow her three-year-old child to choose a life of risky medical treatment, social exclusion, and mental turmoil is likely to spur the growing debate over whether parents inappropriately nudge their gentle boys, tomboys, and gay or lesbian children, toward trangenderism.”
Kelly noted that Theron should be against sexualized drag queen shows in front of children, whether she is the parent of a transgender child or not. “Obviously I don’t know [Charlize Theron],” Kelly admitted, “but I feel like I have some weird connection with this person because she played me in a movie.” Kelly is referring to Theron’s portrayal of her in the 2019 movie Bombshell, a film about alleged sexual harassment at Fox News that was reportedly influenced by Kelly’s memoir Settle for More.
Megyn Kelly aired footage of a drag queen show with sexually explicit language that was taken by Sara Gonzales – host of TheBlaze’s The News and Why It Matters. “This is not a parental rights issue, this is a child abuse issue,” Gonzales told Kelly. “This is the sexual exploitation and abuse of children. You are infecting their young minds that are not ready to process such images, such language,” she continued.
“Drag queens are not under attack. All we’re doing is simply asking them: ‘Please stop doing this in front of children,'” said Gonzales, the founder of Defend Our Kids Texas, which is an organization with a mission to “expose attacks on our children’s innocence by uncovering and highlighting the left’s public displays of sexual degeneracy.”