File this story under “wonders never cease.”
Fox News stars and legal beagles Megyn Kelly and Judge Andrew Napolitano had an on-air chat about Bill Clinton’s unseemly past and Clinton’s accusers.
Said Kelly (who of course has no love for Donald Trump because of his relentless attacks on her, and who seems increasingly to me to be biased in favor of Hillary):
“The Paula Jones settlement sounds to me like a nuisance value settlement. Most of the settlement was legal fees and Clinton did not pay any of it himself. That’s what you do to get rid of these matters when you’re somebody like the president of the United States.”
What’s more astounding about it is the Judge’s even more emphatic defense of both Hill and Bill:
“I gotta tell you, I don’t think Hillary is at fault in this case, in any of these cases,” Napolitano said.
“I’m gonna fall out of my chair, because the judge is defending Hillary Clinton,” Kelly cut in, laughing.
“Listen, we’re not talking about emails here,” he said quickly.
“We’re talking about a wife standing by her husband when claims are made against the husband as to which the proof is, as you say, lacking: claims that were late, claims that lacked credibility, claims that were partially true, claims that were eventually retracted and then reinstated.
“What woman wouldn’t stand by her husband in that circumstance?”
As this report about the conversation says, “luckily for Trump and [his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway], not too many Clinton-leaning voters were probably watching Fox News on Tuesday night when Megyn Kelly and conservative senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano destroyed their argument.
That’s the kind of story that makes you go “Wow!” for being genuinely fair and balanced at a network that may as well be called The Anti-Clintons, Pro Trump Network.”