WATCH: MSNBC host hits back at Megyn Kelly in escalating feud – Washington Examiner

WATCH: MSNBC host hits back at Megyn Kelly in escalating feud – Washington Examiner

MSNBC host Tiffany Cross and former Fox News host turned YouTuber Megyn Kelly went back in forth this week in name-calling attacks against each other.
It began when Cross reported on Tua Tagovailoa on her program last Saturday. Tagovailoa, the Miami Dolphins’ quarterback, had been injured in a game but was cleared to play until the next game, where again he was injured. Upon receiving treatment at a hospital, Tagovailoa was diagnosed with a concussion, and the consultant who cleared him to play was fired.
“To see all these Black men crashing into each other with a bunch of White owners, White coaches, and the complete disregard for Black bodies and Black life. I mean, it just represents a larger issue,” Cross said at the time.
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“An MSNBC host makes a stunningly racist claim arguing that Tua’s recent concussion problem, on the Miami Dolphins, proves the NFL is racist against black people. The only problem is Tua’s not black,” Kelly said on her Tuesday show. “Hello you dumba** Tiffany Cross! She’s the most racist person on television, it’s amazing.”
Kelly also pointed out that the Miami Dolphins’ coach Mike McDaniel is also not white, but has a black father.
“Alright Yes, yes I know, Megyn Kelly, the black face expert, had a lot to say about me this week based on something I actually never said,” Cross responded Saturday. “So I just want to tell her, you swung and you missed. Please girl move on with your life. It’s giving obsessed, and, honestly guys, the “Jesus and Santa are white” lady is not going to crawl her way back to social relevance on my show.”
Cross then began to rant against someone she defined as “another problematic white woman,” Ginni Thomas, on the 31st anniversary of Clarence Thomas’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
“There are many problems with Thomas, but the business is his insurrectionist sympathizing, Jordan Peele’s Get Out inspired wife,” Cross said. “And while Ginni has neither the rhythm nor the range to be a Supreme, the bigger point is that she and her husband are a threat to democracy.”
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Kelly left the Fox News Network for the NBC Network in 2017 and then left NBC in 2018 to start her own YouTube channel. Cross has had her program on MSNBC since 2020.

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