WATCH: Megyn Kelly SLAMS Target For 'Pride' Line, Mocks The CEO For Ridiculous Comments

Megyn Kelly blasted Target and CEO Brian Cornell over their ‘Pride’ collection that features “tuck-friendly” swimwear as well as clothes targeted at children. 

Target recently released its ‘Pride’ collection ahead of June’s pride month, featuring clothing such as tuck-friendly swimsuits and clothing aimed towards toddlers, per the DC Enquirer. The entire collection can only be seen as a blatant attack on traditional values, even having some of the products designed by an open Satanist, per the DC Enquirer.

Target CEO Brian Cornell originally supported the ‘Pride’ line, stating on Fortune’s ‘Leadership Next’ podcast, “I think those are just good business decisions, and it’s the right thing for society, and it’s the great thing for our brand.”

Target has attempted to backtrack on its decision, releasing a statement earlier this week, saying it would reconsider its decision.

"For more than a decade, Target has offered an assortment of products aimed at celebrating Pride Month," the company said in a statement. "Since introducing this year's collection, we've experienced threats impacting our team members' sense of safety and well-being while at work."



"Given these volatile circumstances, we are making adjustments to our plans, including removing items that have been at the center of the most significant confrontational behavior," the company continued. "Our focus now is on moving forward with our continuing commitment to the LGBTQIA+ community and standing with them as we celebrate Pride Month and throughout the year."

In her Wednesday episode of ‘The Megyn Kelly Show,’ Kelly talked with historian Victor Davis Hanson about the disgusting line and the CEO’s decision to support it. 

Kelly specifically found a major issue with the swimsuit that has “extra material around the crotch, which no woman needs because we don’t have penises down south in Rio.” Kelly mockingly added, “Look, the extra crotch wear and the tuck-friendly bathing suits are important,” referencing Cornell’s words. 

The Sirius XM host also brought up the contract with the brand Abprallen, a designer who has only expressed sympathies with Satanists and their anti-Christian ideologies. 

“So Target turned to them to make their new line of clothing, including baby onesies with rainbow patterns, and at one point, selling their Pride-related merch that read things like ‘We belong everywhere’ across the trans flag,” Kelly stated. “‘Too queer for here,’ ‘Cure transphobia, not trans people,’ and so on.” 

Kelly joins many others in being furious with Target, with the company losing 12 percent of its market share as of Thursday, as reported by the DC Enquirer. The boycott of the retail giant looks to be continuing and hopefully, soon brands like Bud Light and Target will learn that you can’t force woke ideologies onto their consumers without consequences. 

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