Fox News’ host Megyn Kelly had an interview with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of TLC’s ’19 Kids and Counting’ fame on Wednesday night.
The interview was about allegations that their eldest son Josh molested five underage girls while he was a teenager.
“Kelly is so renowned for her tough interviews that the New York Times Magazine coined the term ‘Megyn moment’ to describe those unpredictable instances when the Fox News host has turned a guest’s network-friendly talking points back on him or her,” writes TYT Network. Was the interview done in good faith?
A Republican politician in Arkansas called for the termination of the police chief who released a 2006 offense report alleging that Josh Duggar, of TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting,” molested five underage girls when he was a teenager.
State Senator Bart Hester (R) told local TV station KFSM that he believed Springdale Police Chief Kathy O’Kelly compromised the identities of the eldest Duggar’s alleged victims by releasing the police report, writes Talking Points Memo.
“I believe it is unavoidable that the Springdale police chief should be terminated. She has re-victimized these young ladies,” said Hester.
Tabloid magazine In Touch Weekly reportedly published the offense report, which it obtained through a public records request.
According to TPM, the names of the victims, as well as Josh Duggar’s name, were redacted. The report was destroyed the same day it was published in the magazine by order of Judge Stacey Zimmerman, writes TPM.
Is it OK to discipline your kid with an “old man haircut?”