Megyn Kelly Gets Torn Up By Vladimir Putin During Her First Interview With NBC

Washed up Feminist Megyn Kelly just learned in a rather humiliating fashion that men in foreign lands often don’t like to tiptoe around the issues in order to appear nice and kind – especially when the issues involve a slandering of one of the last great countries left in the world.

Megyn – I hate this specific spelling – probably thought that she would be able to skip into St. Petersburg, berate the leader of Russia like he was some sort of guilty schoolboy, and then pose for the cameras and her Jewish bosses back in America like some utterly-unattractive hero for the cause of patriotism.

But it wasn’t Vladimir that got made to look like a slapped-down child…

From RT:

Vladimir Putin has had what’s being described by NBC as “a fascinating conversation” with the network’s new host, Megyn Kelly, in which they discussed “a range of subjects, from sanctions to Syria,” as well as Moscow’s alleged meddling in US politics.

I asked him all about Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, and what connections they have had and what they have discussed, and I asked him specifically about somebody else very much in the news, and that is President Trump’s now fired national security adviser, General Michael Flynn,” Kelly said on NBC, previewing her exclusive interview with the Russian president.

The US journalist interviewed Putin at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) earlier this week, and had a sit-down separately with him on Friday.

During the interview, which is due to air Sunday evening during the premiere of “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” on NBC, the host brought up the topic of a photograph taken in Moscow last year.

In the picture, which has been widely circulated in the American media, President Putin is seen sitting at a table during a dinner celebrating 10 years of RT, next to the man who served as adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign.

Putin claimed the picture pretty much demonstrates “the extent of [his] acquaintance with Mr. Flynn.” 

You and I, you and I personally, have a much closer relationship than I had with Mr. Flynn,” he told Kelly in comments in Russian, which were translated into English. “You and I met yesterday evening. You and I have been working together all day today. And now we’re meeting again.

When I came to the event for our company, Russia Today [RT], and sat down at the table, next to me there was a gentleman sitting on one side. I made my speech. Then we talked about some other stuff. And I got up and left. And then afterwards I was told, ‘You know there was an American gentleman. He was involved in some things. He used to be in the security services,’ That’s it. I didn’t even really talk to him,” Putin said.

He added, “If Mr. Flynn and I had this kind of interaction, while you and I, we have spent an entire day together, and Mr. Flynn was fired from his job, you then should be arrested and put in jail.”

The whole issue of Moscow’s alleged connections with Donald Trump’s people and accusations of interference with US elections had been “selected by someone as a line of attack against the current [US] president,” Putin told the NBC host.

“This isn’t for us to get into, these are your domestic political squabbles. So you deal with them. Nothing to talk about… I just find it amazing how you created a sensation where there wasn’t anything at all. And proceeded to turn that sensation into a tool for fighting the sitting president. You know, you’re just very resourceful people there, well done, probably your lives there are boring,” he said.

When the US journalist asked the Russian leader to comment on alleged meetings between Russia’s Ambassador to the US, Sergey Kislyak, and “anybody from the Trump campaign,” the president said he “honestly” had “no clue.” It isn’t any ambassador’s work to report to the president on his “routine work,” Putin explained.

“[The ambassador’s] boss is the foreign minister. Do you think I have the time to talk to our ambassadors all over the world every day? This is nonsense,” he said, adding, “Had there been something out of the ordinary, something remarkable, he of course would have advised the minister and the minister would have informed me.

“Nothing of that [kind] happened.”

I highly encourage people to watch the entire interview, especially the last couple of minutes, as Putin even goes into a proper chastisement of Kelly for daring to moralize against Russia along the precepts of some ridiculous version of “Western values.”

Values that have been used as a battering ram against Whites (including Southerners) for generations.

He also hilariously flirted with the old wench during the preliminaries before the official interview.

18 Comments

  1. “Our” journalists, in addition to being hacks for their (((employers))), the DNC, and the Secret Police apparatus, are, on the whole, not very bright. The game show “Jeopardy” had on a bunch of them a few years ago. Their ignorance was absolutely astounding.

    And I am sick of their talk of “values.”

  2. Kelly is not the first one so humiliated. That CNN plagiarist and all-around creep Fareed Zakaria was soundly spanked by President Putin a while ago.

  3. Russia.
    A Nation that has practically no blacks, unlimited natural resources, beautiful White women and traditional family values, (gays are still reviled, mocked and imprisoned, as they should be)
    Why are these cousins of ours across the sea the “enemy” again?

  4. @Truth Corps

    Many reasons.

    The Tsar mistreated (((them))).

    The 85% Jewish Bolshevik government was whittled down by Stalin and they lost (((their))) Empire.

    The (((oligarchs))) who, with the aid of certain (((Americans))), looted Russia throughout the ’90s were stopped by Putin.

    The US (((Wolfowitz))) Doctrine of the early ’90s stressed not allowing any power to rise on the territory of the former USSR which could be a challenge to US hegemony. Russia is strong again.

    Russia does not recognize umpteen “genders.”

    Russia does not worship “diversity.” Putin has said diversity in the world is a good thing but is not necessary within each country.

    The list is endless. As long as (((certain people))) control this country’s foreign policy and media Russia will be demonized.

  5. Unless Russia knuckles under.

    And don’t forget Russia’s alliance with Iran and Syria, enemies of you-know-who.

  6. (((The big lie))) tactic being used before our very eyes. At first I was astonished they would go on with this narrative without evidence. But as my astonishment fades, they persist…

  7. Oh, Lord! She got hired by NBC? And she’s let her hair grow out -so she looks almost like a woman again…

    They’re trying to package here is the next “Bawa Wawa.” Ugh.
    Restore the patriarchy. Get useless wombs off the News.

  8. OT: Your rulers are now tying amnesty to serving in the military. Apparently they want a mercenary military. I wonder why?

    I called the Washington office of my elected TRAITOR, BUDDY CARTER, who supports the bill, and was told by the staffer that he is personally offended that I that I don’t think immigration is necessary. Call the capitol switchboard and ask for Carter’s office and give that homo-sounding, cuck staffer a piece of your mind. 202-226-5861. Afterwards, call your own “representative.”

    https://www.numbersusa.com/news/200-cosponsors-enlist-act

  9. In somewhat related news, 7.62×39 ammo is running about $210/case of 1000rds.

    Stock up while it’s cheap. Once mohammid goes full jihad here in the USA with an AK-47 it’ll be $1.00/rd again.

  10. She simply was not ready for him because she was working with the standard Yankee Empire line about Czar Vlad, and, so, it was easy for him to take her apart.

    Of course, he did it with civility and a bit of boyish mischievousness, so it did not appear unseemly.

    When Fox News later made fun of his answers, I thought they must have watched a different interview, because, to my eyes, he blew he allegations right out of the water.

  11. Trump will have a great relationship with Putin, because both understand what a stupid bitch Megyn Kelly is.

  12. Maygunn wants to be put in her place by strong, confident alpha-males like Trump and Putin. She may call them dirty male chauvinist pigs and all of that, but it’s just part of the game.

  13. Mestigoit said

    The Tsar mistreated (((them))).

    That’s what they’d like us to believe. Douglas Reed, in his book The Controversy of Zion, gives another slant:

    Communism was already an organized, though still a secret and conspiratorial party in the ghettoes
    when Zionism first took organized (though equally secret) form in the Chibath Zion (Love of Zion)
    movement. This was founded at Pinsk, where Dr. Weizmann went to school, so that as a boy his path led
    him into the Zionist-revolutionary wing of the anti-Russian conspiracy. In his childhood (1881) something
    happened which threatened to destroy the entire legend of “persecution in Russia” on which Talmudic propaganda in the outer world was based.

    In 1861 Czar Alexander II, the famous Liberator, had liberated 23,000,000 Russian serfs. From that
    moment the prospect of liberty and improvement on the Western model opened out for Russian citizens of all nationalities (Russia contained about 160 nationalities and the Jews formed about 4 percent of the total population). Then, during the twenty years following the liberation of the serfs, the Jews began, under Talmudic direction, to offer “bitter passive resistance to all ‘attempts at improvements’ ” (Dr. Kastein). In March 1881, Alexander II moved to complete his life’s work by proclaiming a parliamentary constitution. Dr. Kastein’s comment speaks for itself: “It is not surprising to find a Jewess taking part in the conspiracy which led to the assassination of Alexander II” .

    So, basically, they murdered him for not mistreating them. We suffered!

    Download and read that book. Probably the best book I ever read.

  14. @Analog Man: Did you know that Lenin’s older brother Alexander was part of the terrorist group (The People’s Will) that assassinated Alexander II in 1881?

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