“We’re opening up a very dangerous door if we get the government getting to go into a religious institution and decide what amounts to hate speech.”
“We have freedom of speech, we have freedom of religion,” says Megyn Kelly, in this segment about the coalition-building impulses of an overripe pumpkin from Halloween 2007. “And we’re opening up a very dangerous door if we get the government getting to go into a religious institution and decide what amounts to hate speech.”
Katrina Pearson, a spokesperson for the Trump campaign, starts spewing an assortment of nouns and verbs with all the coherence of that girl in your dorm who decided to major in sociology because she just really liked people. Megyn Kelly takes the question and throws it to Saba Ahmed, president and founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition.
“Megyn,” says Ahmed, very, very calmly, “we go to the mosque to pray.”
I recommend this video if only to truly appreciate the nonverbal performance of the third person being interviewed, which is that hijab, which is all, “WHAT UP, BITCH, U SEE ME? I KNOW U SEE ME BITCH.”