Megyn Kelly yells at Obama defender: Answer me, don’t go away to a happy place

Megyn KellyA furious Megyn Kelly waved around the smoking gun Internal Revenue Service document Monday night proving the Obama administration knew as early as 2010 that millions of American would lose their current health insurance plans under Obamacare.

She turned to her guests on “The Kelly File” to ask why, then, Obama “explicitly” said if Americans liked their plans, they could keep them when he knew that wasn’t true.

Obama, she said, repeatedly told people they could keep their plans, “period.”

Democratic analyst Mark Hannah took the brunt of Kelly’s fury as he kept trying to defend the current rollout.

“No, no come on! Respond to my…I know you can bridge away to a happy place for you. That’s a debate skill. Speak to my point,” she yelled, smacking her hands for emphasis.

“Why did he say ‘period?’” she demanded of Hannah. “Why didn’t he say ‘asterisks?’”

“For emphasis probably,” was Hannah’s lame reply.

In case you missed it, watch the fiery Kelly here via YouTube:


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