Megyn Kelly gives Nancy Pelosi a smack down over “sexist” comments [VIDEO]

The recent Supreme Court (SCOTUS) Hobby Lobby decision not only has the liberal progressive Left angry – but supported by a complicit media, has them spouting even more lies than usual.

Earlier this week Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid attacked the decision as threatening, particularly as it was made by five white males. We had to remind mindless Reid that one of those justices is black — just another example of racism on the Left.

And here’s another -ism, this time from House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi.

On Thursday, Pelosi said, “We should be afraid of this court, that five guys are determining which contraceptives are legal or not. It’s not her boss’ business.”

(Really? I thought Five Guys were in the hamburger business).

But Fox News host Megyn Kelly, gave Pelosi a bit of a smack down, charging the House minority leader “guilty” of sexism after her comments, according to Politico.

“The latest installment of misleading hysteria comes from the House minority leader,” Kelly said Thursday on “The Kelly File.” Kelly’s comments came after Pelosi called the ruling in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby “a frightening one.”

Politico reports that Kelly went after Pelosi’s remarks, saying, “Nancy Pelosi either doesn’t know what she’s talking about, or she’s intentionally misleading you,” and called the gendered attack an “attempt to stoke resentment.”

I would say Pelosi is an unscrupulous and deceitful politician but she certainly understands the ins and outs of low information voter manipulation.

SCOTUS gender should be of no concern to Pelosi. Their raison d’être is to interpret laws against our rule of law, the U.S. Constitution. I am quite sure Pelosi had no problem with all those men who decided in favor of Roe v Wade.

This is just another example of the hypocrisy and desperation of liberal progressives in attacking those who made the decision and then lying about the nature of the decision. It was narrowly defined as closely-held companies, as we explained here. For companies where a majority of the stock or ownership is held by a family unit, their First Amendment rights of religious freedom shall not be violated.

However, leave it up to the Left to distort the truth and make it seem that women’s contraception has been outlawed. That is hardly the case. There are some 20 forms of contraception available, only four of which were deemed abortion inducing — and in the Hobby Lobby case, it was ruled that the Obama contraception mandate cannot force the issue with those four contraception methods.

Instead we have liberal progressive socialists mad, trying to parry this into a fundraising and political issue for the midterm elections — good luck when the Obamacare insurance premiums hit this fall.

Megyn Kelly, an astute lawyer, called Pelosi’s comments a “gross misrepresentation” of the Hobby Lobby ruling.

“News flash: all birth control was legal before this decision remains legal today,” Kelly said. “The high court simply found that a religious freedom law which was co-sponsored by none other than — wait for it — Nancy Pelosi, sometimes protects corporations from being forced to violate their religious beliefs.”

Maybe that sentence is just too complex for progressive socialists and their droning followers to understand? And therefore it’s just much easier to “MSU” – the first word being “make.”

Pelosi’s office did not immediately respond to request for comment — of course not. As Forrest Gump said, “stupid is as stupid does.” And between Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, there’s plenty of that going around.

Yes, we ideologically disagree, but doggone, at least tell the truth!


  1. It is important to realize that Nancy D’Alesadro Pelosi is the daughter and brother of CONVICTED Baltimore political bosses and mayors. She learned how to lie with a straight confused face in her room early.

  2. “That is hardly the case. There are some 20 forms of contraception available, only four of which were deemed abortion inducing. ”
    Do you read?,, and understand?? how EC works??

    How Emergency Contraception Works

    Does emergency contraception cause an abortion?

    No, using emergency contraceptive pills (also called “morning after pills” or “day after pills”) prevents pregnancy after sex. It does not cause an abortion.

    Emergency contraceptive pills work before pregnancy begins. According to leading medical authorities – such as the National Institutes of Health and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – pregnancy begins when the fertilized egg implants in the lining of a woman’s uterus. Implantation begins five to seven days after sperm fertilizes the egg, and the process is completed several days later.

    Emergency contraception will not work if a woman is already pregnant.

    The way emergency contraceptive pills work depends on where you are in your monthly cycle when you take them. EC works primarily, or perhaps exclusively, by delaying or inhibiting ovulation (release of your egg). It is possible that EC may affect the movement of egg or sperm (making them less likely to meet), interfere with the fertilization process, or prevent implantation of a fertilized egg. The copper in Copper-T IUDs can prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg and may also prevent implantation of a fertilized egg.


    EC and Medical Abortion
    Emergency contraception and medical abortion:
    What’s the difference?

    Emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) are a safe and effective means of preventing pregnancy after
    unprotected sexual intercourse. They work by preventing ovulation (the release of an egg) or by stopping
    the egg and sperm from meeting. ECPs do not terminate or interrupt an established pregnancy.

    ECPs are different from medical abortion regimens (which include mifepristone, sometimes referred to as
    the “abortion pill” or RU-486, and misoprostol, a prostaglandin). Both treatments are of critical importance
    for women’s reproductive health globally, but confusion between the two can present a barrier to broader
    emergency contraception access

    • Except the doctors get to that point by defining “pregnancy” to be when the fertilized egg implants in the womb. So, there is a period between conception and the doctors’ definition of pregnancy. The owners of Hobby Lobby (as well as the vast majority of Christians and scientists in the world) believe that life (not “pregnancy” begins at conception. At conception, all the genetic material of a unique human being is created. These “emergency contraception” pills work by preventing that life from implanting in the womb. In effect, they starve the new life to death.

      • I understand what your saying,,,
        I guess I believe that it is up to the woman,,,or the couple,,to make that choice, based on all the information provided to them.
        Nobody says “Pro Abortion”, because nobody believes in that, nobody
        is pro abortion,myself included,,but it is choice,,, and I react to the SCOTUS or the Fed
        or anyone telling people what they can or cannot do with their own bodies….

      • You are missing the point of this case. NO ONE is being told what they can or can’t do with their bodies. This case simply says the company does not have to pay for those procedures by including it as part of their employee health plan. Obamacare regulations required them to pay for it. That’s all this is; if you want those services, you are welcome to them but the woman or the couple must pay for it themselves.

      • They are not saying that they cannot acquire the contraception, they are only saying that Hobby Lobby does not have to pay for the four kinds that they object to.

      • They can still make the choice. Nobody is dictating anyone else’s autonomy. The people which make up a majority of the company do not want to make their employees pay for contraceptive that directly contradict their religious beliefs. They are outwardly a Christian company which employs and attracts christian people to work there. You don’t think they asked their employees how they felt? They don’t penalize their employees if they choose use any of these contraceptives or have abortions, they just refuse to make their employees pay for it. If you don’t like how the company is ran then don’t work for them. I promise I won’t work for MSNBC or Huffington Post affiliates. We won’t tell you what you have to do with your body, don’t tell us what we have to do with our money.

      • I notice that everyone who is “pro-choice” has already been born. I wonder how many babies would choose to be aborted if THEY were given the choice.

        You want HL’s owners to not be involved in the decision to kill a human being. That’s OK – they also want to not be involved in that decision. But you can’t have it both ways. You can’t say they have no involvement, but then demand that they pay for your “choice.”

        If it is not my business, then it is not my financial responsibility. If it is my financial responsibility, then it IS my business.

      • Your body, your choice. I can agree with that with one reservation – the baby growing in a woman’s body is NOT her body. It is the baby’s body, not the woman’s. That body belongs to another human being with a unique genetic code.

    • Since you are pro abortion………….

      Here are the Nuremberg Race Laws of 1935 and Roe v Wade. Now can anyone tell me the difference?

      The introduction of the Nuremberg Race Laws in 1935 saw Jews declared non-persons, stripped of their rights, robbed of their property and isolated.…ng-roe-v-wade/

      Defining the Unborn Child as a “Person”

      In Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court held that the unborn child is not a “person,” as that word is used in § 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment and, therefore, is not entitled to the due process and equal protection guarantees the Amendment confers upon “persons.”

  3. Emergency contraceptive pills will not cause an abortion. EC is not the same as the abortion pill.

    “There is no point in a woman’s cycle when the emergency contraceptive pills available in the United States would end a pregnancy once it has started.”

    Hormonal emergency contraceptive pills don’t have any effect if you are already pregnant. If you decide to have use an IUD for emergency contraception, your health care provider would first confirm that you are not already pregnant.

  4. The arts and crafts retailer Hobby Lobby proudly touts itself as a Christian company that puts people over profits. However, some staunch Christians say there’s a gaping hole in that claim — namely, China.

    The country’s one-child policy was slightly relaxed in 2013, but the family planning bureaucracy still exists. Since the government instituted the policy 40 years ago, there have been more than 330 million abortions in China, according to health ministry data cited by the Financial Times. Though fewer instances of forced abortion, infanticide and involuntary sterilization now occur because they’re banned by the government, they still happen, The Washington Post reported last year.

    330 million abortions!!,,,how christian of them, and hobby lobby has no problem
    buying their cheap junk from them…

  5. In addition to the criticisms over China, there have been numerous news reports out about Hobby Lobby’s investments in birth control measures like the morning after pill and in other drugs that cause abortions; investments that pay the 401K plans of Hobby Lobby employees. Mother Jones initially broke the story, but it quickly got picked up by CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield, who said that Hobby Lobby should “put its money where its mouth is”

    If company representatives are so concerned with upholding their religious beliefs that they would sue to prevent women from having access to the same types of birth control that feed the company’s bottom line.
    Banfield states that Hobby Lobby ought to find investments that better reflect the company’s values.

    The initial Mother Jones article includes a long list of contraceptives and abortion drugs as Hobby Lobby investments. The story has been independently verified by CNN as well as Forbes, and the holdings in birth control and abortion drugs are reported to comprise the majority of the company’s investments.

    • Oh brother. Do you suppose Hobby Lobby hires an outside company to manage their employee 401K plan? And, do you suppose that company in turn invests in mutual funds managed by someone else? Do you know the name of every company stock in every mutual fund where your retirement savings are invested? Perhaps you should look. There may be some gun manufacturers in there or maybe even some oil companies! This is a pathetic argument that has no relevance to whether or not the company pays for birth control that affects a fertilized egg.

      • This is a totally worthless argument by people who wants to run the Christian organization in the ground but can’t really think of a real reason that makes sense.

    • So your handlers handed you this blurb for you to regurgitate on various boards in an enept handling of the Alinsly tactits. If yo had read the article you would have realized that what you posted reaffirmed what they were talking about.

    • They aren’t denying the woman anything, she can just pay for her own choices. What’s wrong with that.

    • Who gives a damn what CNN or anyone else thinks HL should do? It’s their company and their business. The left nuts lost and freedom won. Get over it.

    • I don’t know about Hobby Lobby 401k but the few that I have had requires you to pick a group to invest in. They do not go into great detail about all the different groups or products. Do you No everything about your 401k? Can you if you so choose tell those in charge of your 401 K to eliminate 1 investment or product?… I didn’t think so.

      • I understand your question; however, I didn’t trot my hind end up to the SUPREME COURT and ask to be excused from supplying something I already invest in. If I were going to petition the highest court in the land because I *so* strongly believed in something that I needed their help, I’d sure as hell start by not contradicting myself so egregiously.

        HL publicly and egregiously contradicted itself on the very matter for which it requested a ruling. It still won its petition, though. Integrity doesn’t matter, apparently.

    • I think when Megyn said “what a gross misrepresentation” she wasn’t just talking about what Nancy Pelosi said but of Nancy Pelosi herself as being a “gross misrepresentation”. Libs who voted for her should be mad about that.

  6. I don’t think any birth control should be legal but rather most things in life should be automatically exempt from the hand of the government.

    • IMHO, a business should not be forced by government to pay anything other than wages. Any other perks should be negotiated between the employee and the employer based on their worth to the company.

  7. The Big Lie….The Hobby Law doesn’t restrict any birth control. The employees can still choose their birth control method including abortion, they just have to pay for the morning after pill and abortions themselves. OMGoodness, what a radical concept, pay one’s own bills. That is beyond the comprehension of the liberal left.

  8. Their should be a legal birth control pill… one that kills the taker… the IMMORAL, UNDISCIPLINED, TRAMP that can’t take time or responsibility to make her ‘lover’ wrap that thing! For hundreds (if not thousands) of years the human race (CIVILIZED) were able to control their ‘animal’ urges until a ‘suitable’ and compatable mate was found… ACTUALLY giving time for the ‘couple’ to MATURE, Both phisically and MENTALLY! MAYBE the willingness to ‘hook up’, for gratification with NO feelings or thought (not even contraxeption) ACTUALLY MIGHT NOT BE SUCH A GOOD THING for an EDUCATED, CIVILIZED SOCIETY…

  9. It’s obvious in the video that Pelosi’s hair is not only thinning but, so is the patience of the American people. Pelosi needs to go.


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