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Top-rated podcaster Megyn Kelly continued her diatribe against far-left ‘woke’ corporatism with an epic burn at Target over its decision to begin carrying women’s “tuck-friend” swimwear for biological men.
The suits are part of the retailer’s “Pride” line and contain extra materials in order to cover men’s genitals.
“Target decided it would be a great idea to partner with a company — as far as I could tell one of its main lines seems to be sort of a pro-Satan line of clothing,” Kelly noted, referring to clothing maker Abprallen.
“They decided to willingly partner with this clothing manufacturer to make Pride month gear that includes bathing suits that are quote ‘tuck-friendly’ that have extra material around the crotch, which no woman needs because we don’t have penises down south in Rio,” she quipped.
“We don’t need extra material and we don’t need tuck-friendly, but the Target CEO is out there defending this saying: ‘Look, the extra crotch wear and the tuck-friendly bathing suits are important, that this whole line in the Pride department is a good business decision. It’s the right thing for a society,’” Kelly noted further.
“So Target turned to them to make their new line of clothing, including baby onesies with rainbow patterns, and at one point, selling their Pride-related merch that read things like: We belong everywhere across the trans flag, too queer for here, cure transphobia not trans people, and so on,” Kelly pointed out.
Target CEO Brian Cornell explained in a Fortune’s Leadership Next podcast: “When we think about purpose at Target, it’s really about helping all the families, and that ‘all’ word is really important. Most of America shops at Target, so we want to do the right thing to support families across the country.”
“I think those are just good business decisions, and it’s the right thing for society, and it’s the great thing for our brand,” he added. “The things we’ve done from a DE&I (diversity, equity, and inclusion) standpoint, it’s adding value. It’s helping us drive sales, it’s building greater engagement with both our teams and our guests, and those are just the right things for our business today.”
As reported by The Daily Wire, the Abprallen website includes a skeleton that is covered in rainbow colors, a “Trans Witches For Abortion” badge, and a “Satan respects pronouns” T-shirt, adding:
The product page for the “Satan respects pronouns” shirt claims members of the LGBT+ community are “so often referred to as being a product of Satan or going against God’s will” and argues that the Church of Satan and The Satanic Temple are more tolerant of the gay community.
By far, this is not Kelly’s first foray into the trans battle.
During an April podcast, for example, she implored women to “find your voices” as the left’s trans-ideology continues to permeate society.
She and her guests were discussing a controversial case involving a Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter suing over the requirement to admit a trans-identifying man into an all-female sorority.
“If we don’t find our voices and start speaking up against this nonsense, we can kiss every woman’s space goodbye!” Kelly shouted. “We can kiss women’s rights goodbye.”
“We can kiss sororities goodbye,” she added. “We can take off our tops and our underwear and do our yoga in front of perverted men who just want to get off watching us til the cows come home. Stick your daughter in the sorority, let ‘em at her.”
“Find your voices, ladies — and the men who support us,” Kelly continued. “Otherwise, this is our future. I’m sorry. I’m done. I’m done. I don’t want to deal with this s*** at Tri Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, in the women’s locker room. You can be supportive of trans people and what they’re going through without surrendering to this madness!”