VIDEO: Megyn Kelly tears into DeSantis campaign launch

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Conservative commentator Megyn Kelly offered Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and his campaign some pointed criticism following his Wednesday night announcement on Twitter Spaces with Elon Musk.

The event was what children might call an “epic fail,” Kelly said.

DeSantis’s announcement got off to a rocky start when Musk’s Twitter Spaces event experienced crashes as more than 500,000 listeners joined. After about 20 minutes of technical difficulties, Silicon Valley investor David Sacks launched a new attempt on his account, which proved to work better than the one on Musk’s account.

Kelly noted, “Kudos to all involved for choosing a different medium and bypassing the mainstream media, which hates DeSantis and which is hated by most Republican voters. I support that mission, but its execution here, to put it kindly, did not work. How on earth were the kinks not worked out beforehand?”

She continued, “It was embarrassing and awkward and had the bewildering, unsteadying feel of a disaster unfolding before your very eyes. You can’t look away, and yet you’re viscerally uncomfortable watching, too.”

Kelly said that Twitter better have their platform ready and working correctly when Tucker Carlson starts posting his new show.

She remarked, “Let’s hope they work out these kinks before Tucker starts posting over there — because crashing with 600,000 viewers ain’t gonna work with him.”

Kelly pointed out that the questions that were asked of DeSantis were easy and without substance.

“There was no spice, nothing challenging, and nothing newsworthy. I wrote a sentence to my team I didn’t think I would ever write: I miss journalists,” she said.

Kelly said that made the talk “boring, cringey, and downright uncomfortable” adding “almost Pravda-esque in their obsequiousness.”

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