Posted on June 14, 2017

NYP: “As families of the Sandy Hook victims continue to pressure NBC to ax Megyn Kelly’s Sunday interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, the network has been holding crisis meetings about how to handle the backlash.
Insiders told us that staff were in panicked meetings all day on Monday. “It’s a s - - t show. No one wants to withstand a whole week of criticism over this. There are a number of people who want to pull the interview.”
But another source told us NBC needs the controversy to shake up their Sunday night and to bring new viewers.”

Daily Mail: “Kelly’s woes began when she tweeted a clip of the interview in which she presses Jones about his claims that Sandy Hook was a ‘false flag’ government operation.
The mother of one of the children killed in the 2012 shooting took Kelly to task, asking why she was giving publicity to Jones; Chelsea Clinton soon joined in.
And then JP Morgan Chase dropped its advertising from all NBC shows until after the interview’s proposed airing date, on Father’s Day, and things got serious, Page Six said. …
I find Alex Jones’s suggestion that Sandy Hook was “a hoax” as personally revolting as every other rational person does,’ she said.”

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NYP: NBC holding crisis meetings over Megyn Kelly
DM: ‘It’s a s**tshow!’ NBC execs ‘are holding crisis meetings’ after advertisers and public object to Megyn Kelly’s planned interview with Sandy Hook denier Alex Jones

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