Megyn Kelly Goes Viral With 7-Word Response To Dylan Mulvaney Complaining About Being Labeled A Man

Megyn Kelly has gone viral with her seven-word response to a video of trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney complaining about being labeled a man by some news outlets.

The host of the”The Megyn Kelly Show” tweeted on Friday to her 2.7 million followers her thoughts after Mulvaney claimed it should be “illegal” to use “he” to describe the influencer.

“Move to Canada Dylan,” Kelly wrote. “You’ll love it.”

Move to Canada Dylan. You’ll love it.

— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) April 28, 2023

Kelly’s Canada comment appears to refer to a Canadian court’s ruling from 2021 that stated deliberate misgendering in the workplace is a human rights violation. The court found that doing so violates British Columbia’s Human Rights Act. While violating the rule will not result in arrest, the CBC noted, it could result in thousands of dollars in fines and forced inclusion training.

At the time of publication, the former Fox News host’s post had been viewed 1.3 million times and counting.

Kelly’s post included a tweet from Daily Wire host Matt Walsh who responded to Mulvaney’s video.

“Dylan Mulvaney calls for the arrest of people who call him a man,” Walsh tweeted to his 1.7 million followers. “Do you still think I’ve been too mean to this guy?”

Dylan Mulvaney calls for the arrest of people who call him a man. Do you still think I’ve been too mean to this guy?

— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) April 28, 2023

“Like, the articles written about me using ‘he’ pronouns and calling me a man over and over again, I feel like that should be illegal. I don’t know, that’s just bad journalism,” Mulvaney said in an October 2022 video that is being widely shared on Twitter.


Mulvaney addressed fans for the first time since the TikTok star’s partnership with Bud Light ignited a firestorm of controversy in a Thursday video.

“A lot has been said about me. Some of which is so far from my truth that I was like hearing my name and I didn’t know who they were talking about sometimes,” the influencer said. “It was so loud that I didn’t even feel part of the conversation so I decided to take the backseat.”

“But this time it’s from other adults,” Mulvaney added. “And if they’re going to accuse me of anything it should be that I’m a theater person and that I’m camp. But this is just my personality and it always has been.”

“What I’m struggling to understand is the need to dehumanize and to be cruel,” the activist continued. “Dehumanization has never fixed anything in history.”

Related: ‘I Am Speaking The Truth’: Megyn Kelly Hits Back After Outlet Labels Her ‘Transphobic’ Over Dylan Mulvaney, Bud Light Comments

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