Megyn Kelly Takes Down Kamala Harris, “Take It Like A Woman. Don’t Make Faces.”

( Megyn Kelly, the former Fox News anchor who famously feuded with then-candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential race, took Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris to task on Twitter on Twitter during the first and only debate between her and Vice President Mike Pence.

Responding to Harris repeatedly pulling faces during the debate with Pence, Kelly told the California Senator to “take it like a woman” and not to “make faces.”

Obviously, the comment drew attention from leftists who seemed to think Kelly was demonstrating some kind of internalized misogyny.

When pushed on what she meant by “take it like a woman,” the news personality said it was an alternative to “like a man” and that women “can be stoic too.”

Throughout the debate, Kamala Harris resorted to smirking and pulling faces whenever Vice President Mike Pence outlined her hypocrisy or said uncomfortable things about her record. It didn’t go down well, as polls consistently showed that the Vice President handsomely won the debate.

Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, said that the debate prep team working with Harris should have told her that “smirking is never a good look.”

A Drudge poll, which was open to absolutely anybody and not just a sample of voters chosen by politically motivated or biased outlets, found that 69% of viewers believed Pence won the debate, and just 31% thought Harris won.

A biased CNN boll put Harris at 59% and Pence at 38%, showing just the extent to which CNN will go to influence the results of the election.

News network…or propaganda outlet?

While Pence performed well in the debate, the effect it may or may not have on the campaign will only be seen in the coming days as new opinion polls are released. The announcement by President Donald Trump that he would not take part in a virtual campaign may also risk overshadowing the impact of the good performance by Pence on Wednesday night.