The corporate press is doing everything it can to silence conservative voices.
But alternative media platforms are sinking the so-called mainstream media’s ship.
Now Megyn Kelly made one announcement that ruffled Democrats’ feathers.
Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly announced the launch of her independent media company named Devil May Care Media.
Kelly gave a rundown of what the project will entail on her company’s website:
“[The Megyn Kelly Show] will feature interviews with newsmakers, thought leaders and compelling voices from the heartland and beyond…Listeners can expect interviews that transcend the superficiality and sound-bite driven confines of traditional broadcast and cable news, and instead deliver in-depth, uncensored, thought-provoking conversations.”
Kelly left Fox News after alleged habitual sexual harassment from former CEO Roger Ailes.
Kelly briefly became a darling of the left after she aggressively questioned Donald Trump during a Republican primary debate.
Kelly signed a huge deal with NBC News and suddenly found herself hobnobbing with Jimmy Fallon and other luminaries on the left.
But Kelly never fit with NBC’s left-leaning audience, and her Fox News audience did not follow her.
The final straw came when Kelly called out former NBC News chief Andy Lack for allowing sexual misconduct from Matt Lauer to go on unchecked.
Lack was looking for any reason to give Kelly the ax, and that came when she made a benign statement about blackface and Halloween costumes.
Suddenly fellow NBC personalities knifed Kelly in the back, which triggered a tearful apology from Kelly.
It wasn’t enough because bending the knee to the outrage mob never works.
Kelly was fired, but she got the last laugh; NBC was forced to pay Kelly the full $69 million of her contract.
Kelly used the money to launch her own podcast and now a full media company.
Among Kelly’s guests on her podcast have been people incredibly inconvenient for Democrats.
Kelly interviewed Joe Biden sexual assault accuser Tara Reade, who couldn’t get an audience with left-wing media companies.
The New York Times and other left-wing organizations refused to cover the story for weeks until it became undeniable.
Democrats’ hypocritical treatment of Reade marked the end of the #MeToo movement.
Kelly also interviewed CBS News producer Ashley Bianco, who was fired for incorrectly being labeled as an ABC News whistleblower who leaked information to the independent journalist outfit Project Veritas.
ABC News reporter Amy Robach said on a hot mic that she had the goods on Jeffrey Epstein in 2015, but the higher-ups at the network spiked the story.
The tape of Robach’s admission went viral, but instead of digging into what she said on candid camera, the response from ABC was to go after the low-level leaker.
The fact that one network got someone fired at a rival network shows the collusion of the Democrat Media Complex.
Kelly’s new company will be a further disruption to the corporate press.
More prominent voices with views that challenge the mainstream narrative are on the rise.
The left’s media monopoly is slowly cracking.