Fox News sex kitten Megyn Kelly followed up her cover story in the celebrity infused magazine Vanity Fair with an interview of morbidly obese liberal gadfly Michael Moore shortly after GOP front-runner Donald Trump pulled out of Fox’s Kelly moderated ambush debate. She graciously played hostess to the porcine Moore who took a number of gratuitous pot shots at Trump. It is beginning to look like like Kelly really only plays a conservative on TV – just as many of her critics have accused her of – and that she has higher career aspirations than to perform for a limited demographic at Fox. She may even fancy herself of having Katie Couric style crossover appeal and star power, maybe even enough that she can rise to national prominence rather than just a piece of luscious eye candy at Roger Ailes’ place.

Breitbart News reports on el gordo’s appearance on the Kelly File in the story“Michael Moore: ‘God Bless You Megyn Kelly’ — ‘War on Women’ Question to Trump Was ‘Great’”:

Filmmaker Michael Moore told Fox News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly “You asked a great question [to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump], by the way. The war on women. God bless you Megyn Kelly” on Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The Kelly File.”

Moore began by addressing Trump skipping on the FNC debate, saying, “I feel bad for you.” And “What’s he afraid of? I’m sitting here. I don’t feel any fear. … Donald, come now, come sit beside me, I’ll hold your hand. She’s fine.”

He also told Kelly that she had frightened Trump and “made him run, shut him down.” Something no candidate had done.

Moore ended the interview with, “And before I leave, I just want to say again, Roger Ailes, Rupert Murdoch, it’s pp to get elected president in this country, you have to come on this network. You have to play ball with this network. Donald Trump today said I’m not playing ball with this network. That’s a historic moment, and it’s going to be interesting to see where the real power is. Trump thinks he doesn’t need Fox News. I think Fox News probably has something else to say about that. And it’ll be interesting to see where do the powers that be go with this?”

He then said to Kelly, “You asked a great question, by the way. The war on women. God bless you Megyn Kelly.”

Moore promoted his latest movie, a critique on the Military Industrial Complex and US policy entitled “Where to Invade Next” and largely acted as a surrogate for the beaming Kelly as he needled Trump. A sign of the coming apocalypse or just that Ailes and Rupert Murdoch are both getting long in the tooth and bordering on senility?