FNC anchor Megyn Kelly may be blinded by Satan, according to controversial evangelist/talk show host Bryan Fischer.
Kelly's show, The Kelly File, has become a ratings powerhouse in cable news and cable generally after she took over the coveted 9 p.m. Eastern time slot from Sean Hannity.
On his radio program Focal Point yesterday, Fischer praised Kelly as bright, capable, and influential, but "dangerously wrong" on Islamic immigration.
In January, Fisher was fired by the American Family Association for his extreme views about gays and other minorities.
According to MSNBC, "For those unfamiliar with Bryan Fischer, the religious right leader is practically a real-life caricature of an evangelical radical."
Fischer's monologue about Megyn Kelly, which continued with a caller who was equally disappointed in the Fox host, was prompted after Kelly sparred with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on her broadcast over Jindal's contention that Muslims who believe in Sharia law should be banned from the U.S.
Kelly, according to Fischer, "simply does not get it with regard to the danger of Islamic immigration."
In the past, Fischer has apparently supported the idea of requiring immigrants to convert to Christianity and adopt the values of the Ten Commandments when they come here.
Continuing with his religion-based Megyn Kelly critique, Fischer contended that Satan has the power to fool or deceive people, according to scripture, which he said can be offset by prayer.
"People that are blinded to truth that ought to be evident to them – and we look at them and say, 'why don't they see it, how can they not see it' – well, part of the issue is they are being subject to a blindness and they are not even aware that their eyes have been blinded."Against the backdrop of Obama's unilateral executive amnesty, Fischer stressed that Congress — not the president — under Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S Constitution makes the rules regarding who to let in or not let in to the country.
In addition, Article II, Section 3, requires the president to "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed."
As Kelly finished her discussion with potential presidential candidate Jindal (see below), even though she strongly disagreed with his premise, she revealed that even ISIS fighters are allowed back into the U.S.
Do you think that the devil is deceiving Megyn Kelly about Islamic immigration? Have you ever even heard of Bryan Fischer?
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