Fox Business Host Kennedy Montgomery calls conservative Ned Ryun a “bigot” for stating facts about Monkeypox.
During a Fox Business panel discussion about the rise of U.S. “Monkeypox” cases, host Kennedy Montgomery (usually referred to as “Kennedy”) used the left-wing tactic of addressing facts and statistics with the loaded word “bigoted”.
American Majority CEO Ned Ryun laid out a clear suggestion for avoiding Monkeypox, “As for Monkeypox, I think there’s a pretty good rule in life, don’t attend gay orgies…”
The panel, consisting of Kennedy and two others, erupted after Ned mentioned “gay orgies”
Brad Polumbo, an openly gay man, said, “it’s not about gay. How about not any orgies?”
Ryun responded, “Go look at the New England Journals report that NBC news reported on Friday, in which of the 528 cases they reviewed, 95% where between sex between men…”
“…going crazy and declaring a national pandemic when 3,000 people have it right now is insane.”
Kennedy remarked, “I dunno man, you don’t have to be gay to get monkeypox and you don’t have to be bigoted when you talk about treating something…”
Research has shown that 98% of persons infected were gay or bisexual men. Most reported cases in the 2022 outbreaks have been linked to skin-to-skin contact with someone during the virus, such as during sexual intercourse, according to the Washington Post.
Polumbo said, “…we have to be really careful…about how certain communities or certain gay people will be stigmatized over something that lots of people do…”
The third panelist poured on the woke rhetoric, “and that kind of, I will use the term, bigoted language that makes it seem like the only poeple that get this are from one group of Americans…”
This type of response is very common among woke and progressive circles. If a conservative or right-leaning individual states a fact they don’t like, rather than addressing the fact, they impugn the character of the person speaking by using terms like “bigoted”, “sexist”, “racist”, and “homophobe”.
Users took to Twitter to respond to Kennedy and the other panelists.
“98% of cases are among gay men, 95% from sexual contact.”— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) July 27, 2022
“Ok but let’s not be bigoted!!!!”
People wake up. Fox News is starting to use MSNBC talking points from 5-10 years ago. They are two sides of the same coin. We need to find a way to reel it back in, or let it go and reject corporate media altogether.— H.G. Pauwels (@real_HGP) July 27, 2022
The irony is that Ned is the only one saying anything that could actually help gay men in this matter.— CynicalStoic (@stoic_cynical) July 27, 2022
As Monkeypox continues to spread throughout the United States, we will continue to report on breaking news.