Journalist Megyn Kelly said the decision to remove her kids from school was easy, given how the schools have taken what she described as a “hard left” turn politically.
Kelly and her husband, novelist Doug Brunt, are the parents to three children, ages 7, 9 and 11. She explained her decision to Bill Maher on Maher’s HBO show, Real Time.
“We loved our schools,’ she said, explaining that the boys went to all-boys schools, and her daughter an all-girls school. “Loved our teachers, loved the students and faculty and parents. They were definitely leftist — we are more center right — but that was fine; my whole family are Democrats.”
But then the schools took it up a notch, Kelly added, including teaching “a three-week experimental trans-education program,” to her son’s third-grade class.
“They went hard left, and then they started to take a really hard turn toward social justice stuff,” Kelly said.