VIDEO: Fox News’ Megyn Kelly Flusters Al Sharpton Over His Comments On Ferguson Incident

By  //  April 14, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: On “The Kelly File” Wednesday night, Megyn Kelly and Rev. Al Sharpton clashed over the civil rights activist’s comments following the 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. (FOX NEWS Video)

FOX NEWS – On “The Kelly File” Wednesday night, Megyn Kelly and Rev. Al Sharpton clashed over the civil rights activist’s comments following the 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

Sharpton slammed Officer Darren Wilson’s account of the incident, saying it didn’t make sense and that he couldn’t have been in fear for his life.

A Department of Justice report the following year concluded that Wilson shot Brown in self-defense and that witnesses who incriminated him weren’t credible.

During her interview, Sharpton said he shouldn’t apologize or feel bad for stating his opinion, which he said was based on witness accounts.

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On “The Kelly File” Wednesday night, Megyn Kelly and Rev. Al Sharpton clashed over the civil rights activist’s comments following the 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. (Fox News video image)


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