Megyn Kelly Condemns Generation Z’s Support of Bin Laden: ‘We’ve Lost the Youth in This Country’

The former Fox News host Megyn Kelly is speaking out to slam the Gen Z “morons” who have been going viral this week by praising Osama bin Laden on TikTok for a “letter” that he wrote justifying his 9/11 terrorist attacks on America.

Kelly Sounds Off

Like many of us, Kelly was both shocked and disgusted to see young people praising bin Laden’s “letter to America.”

“We have so lost the youth of this country that now 20 years later…they want to look back and rewrite the history of Osama bin Laden…” Kelly lamented on her eponymous SiriusXM talk show, going on to blast the “mind meld on college campuses that has corrupted and infected and toxified an entire generation.”

Kelly went on to say that this anti-American attitude from young people came about because “their parents failed them, their educators failed them, corporate America continues to fail them, the media continues to fail them, and it’s the fight for our lives.”

“If you don’t think this is coming to a school near you, or a community near you, you haven’t been paying attention,” Kelly said, before addressing parents directly by saying, “Get off your f–king iPhone. Pay attention to your child. Look at your kids lessons.”

“Do some parenting if you’re going to bother having a child and stop indoctrinating your own children to those of you who are on the left in this pernicious woke ideology because this is where it lands,” Kelly lamented.

Kelly concluded by saying that she is “very fired up about” this issue because “We’re forgetting 9/11.

Check out Kelly’s full comments on this in the video below.

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Bin Laden’s ‘Letter To America’

This comes after TikTok users went viral for praising the “letter to America” that was written by bin Laden explaining why he planned the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people back in 2001.

In this letter, bin Laden wrote that he launched the 9/11 terrorist attacks because the U.S. “attacked us in Palestine,” adding that the creation of Israel was a “crime which must be erased,” according to The New York Post.

Bin Laden went on to describe the AIDS epidemic as “a Satanic American Invention” and to blast American corporations for allowing women to have jobs.

“You use women to serve passengers, visitors, and strangers to increase your profit margins,” he wrote.

Bin Laden’s letter took an anti-semitic turn when he claimed that in the U.S., Jews “control your policies, media and economy.”

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TikTok User Praise bin Laden’s Letter 

TikTok users have been praising the video in recent days, according to Daily Mail.

“Just read it… my eyes have been opened,” one user said of the letter, with another adding, “I think this has made a lot of people realize that even ‘villains’ can speak the truth.”

“We’ve been lied to our entire lives, I remember watching people cheer when Osama was found and killed,” commented a third user. “I was a child, and it confused me. It still confuses me today. The world deserves better than what this country has done to them.”

TikTok has finally said that it will be cracking down on content promoting bin Laden’s letter.

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“Content promoting this letter clearly violates our rules on supporting any form of terrorism,” TikTokPolicy said in a statement.  “We are proactively and aggressively removing this content and investigating how it got onto our platform.”

This is sadly what happens when liberals take over a country and allow America-bashing to become the norm for many years. We completely agree with Kelly, as it is horrifying that an entire generation of American youth has been brainwashed to have no respect for this great country.

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