With great fanfare, "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly" and her encounter with Alex Jones over Sandy Hook finally arrived. Although her viewing audience disappointed the network with only 3.5 million, the program itself--where Alex Jones was straddling the fence not wanting to lose fans who believe Sandy Hook to be a hoax, while trying to pacify the left watching NBC by saying he believed that children had really died there--was laden with false information, perpetrating a fraud on the public.
The most telling exchange occurs during the introduction, where Kelly asks Jones for the source of his information. He replies that 95% of what he covers comes from articles he has read, where she replies, "But if you haven't ascertained the veracity of that article and it's all BS, then you put out a bunch of disinformation!" Here's the broadcast for your viewing. Kelly and NBC have clearly never verified the "Sandy Hook Story", which is BS: They are putting out massive loads of disinformation.