Megyn Kelly: Let's import more followers of sharia law

Megyn Kelly is an attorney – smart, articulate, and excellent in a debate.  But how would she look in a burka?  The question may be relevant, given our current immigration patterns, especially if Megyn Kelly gets her way.

Megyn Kelly went head to head with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) Wednesday night over his efforts to ban the immigration of Muslims who promote radical Islam.

On Fox News' "The Kelly File" Wednesday night, Jindal clarified that his comments only referred to "radical Muslims," like those who "treat women as second-class citizens."

"Why would I want to allow people who want to kill Americans to come to America?" he said.

Kelly responded that she thought is [sic] was "controversial" for the Governor to discriminate against anyone who believes in Islamic Sharia law.

Jindal responded that as long as a person is not causing harm to another person, then they have a right to be in the U.S. They do not have the right, however, to come to the U.S. and impose certain strict beliefs like those regarding women and children, he said.

"Why don't you have that right?" Kelly shot back. "Why not? This is a country with lots of crazy beliefs. And actually, some religions continue to treat women as second class citizens and it's not just some forms of Islam. Are we going to start banning everybody who doesn't treat women or children or criminals for that matter the way we like?"

How about "yes" in answer to that last question?  We have a culture here in the United States, and laws and rules.  If you come from a society radically at odds with our culture and rules, you shouldn't be let in.  Why should we let people in who beat up their wives, cut off their clitorises, and even kill them in some circumstances?  They have no right to be here.

Kelly says some religions treat women as second-class citizens.  Actually, one in particular does.  It's the version of Islam where people practice the strict form of sharia law, which requires women to be covered up and treated no better than pets.

Everyone get out your Venn diagrams.  Not all people who practice sharia law are terrorists.  But nearly all terrorists follow sharia law, and a substantial minority of those who practice strict sharia law are sympathetic to Hamas, Hezb'allah, al-Qaeda, and the Islamic State.  Why in the world would we want to admit more such people to the United States?

What Kelly is advocating has been happening in France and other European countries.  Jews and people exercising what used to be called free speech are being killed regularly.  The people doing the killing are the local unassimilated radical Muslim population.  If we admit more people who practice the form of Islam that promotes intolerance, the same thing will happen here.

Megyn, by advocating for radical Muslims immigration, puts the "gyn" in misogyny.

Pedro Gonzales is the editor of Newsmachete.com, the conservative news site. He is not only strongly against misogyny but against mistersogny too.

Megyn Kelly is an attorney – smart, articulate, and excellent in a debate.  But how would she look in a burka?  The question may be relevant, given our current immigration patterns, especially if Megyn Kelly gets her way.

Megyn Kelly went head to head with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) Wednesday night over his efforts to ban the immigration of Muslims who promote radical Islam.

On Fox News' "The Kelly File" Wednesday night, Jindal clarified that his comments only referred to "radical Muslims," like those who "treat women as second-class citizens."

"Why would I want to allow people who want to kill Americans to come to America?" he said.

Kelly responded that she thought is [sic] was "controversial" for the Governor to discriminate against anyone who believes in Islamic Sharia law.

Jindal responded that as long as a person is not causing harm to another person, then they have a right to be in the U.S. They do not have the right, however, to come to the U.S. and impose certain strict beliefs like those regarding women and children, he said.

"Why don't you have that right?" Kelly shot back. "Why not? This is a country with lots of crazy beliefs. And actually, some religions continue to treat women as second class citizens and it's not just some forms of Islam. Are we going to start banning everybody who doesn't treat women or children or criminals for that matter the way we like?"

How about "yes" in answer to that last question?  We have a culture here in the United States, and laws and rules.  If you come from a society radically at odds with our culture and rules, you shouldn't be let in.  Why should we let people in who beat up their wives, cut off their clitorises, and even kill them in some circumstances?  They have no right to be here.

Kelly says some religions treat women as second-class citizens.  Actually, one in particular does.  It's the version of Islam where people practice the strict form of sharia law, which requires women to be covered up and treated no better than pets.

Everyone get out your Venn diagrams.  Not all people who practice sharia law are terrorists.  But nearly all terrorists follow sharia law, and a substantial minority of those who practice strict sharia law are sympathetic to Hamas, Hezb'allah, al-Qaeda, and the Islamic State.  Why in the world would we want to admit more such people to the United States?

What Kelly is advocating has been happening in France and other European countries.  Jews and people exercising what used to be called free speech are being killed regularly.  The people doing the killing are the local unassimilated radical Muslim population.  If we admit more people who practice the form of Islam that promotes intolerance, the same thing will happen here.

Megyn, by advocating for radical Muslims immigration, puts the "gyn" in misogyny.

Pedro Gonzales is the editor of Newsmachete.com, the conservative news site. He is not only strongly against misogyny but against mistersogny too.