Megyn Kelly is once again at the center of controversy.

In a desperate bid to attract ratings to her failing show, the NBC anchor jumped feet first into the scandal surrounding sexual misconduct in America.

But her shocking comments left everyone up in arms.

Kelly took time on a recent broadcast to comment on the protest Hollywood actresses staged at the Golden Globes.

They wore all black as a symbol of solidarity with women who have been mistreated by Hollywood liberals.

She praised the actresses but wondered why no one mentioned the names of the women who accused Harvey Weinstein.

That was fine.

But then she went off the rails when she called for an overthrow of what she deemed as a “male dominance” in our society.

Decider reports her saying:

“I 100% applaud the women who have come forward in this #MeToo movement, especially the women of Hollywood, which is completely a male dominated industry,” Kelly began. She went on to wonder why she didn’t hear anything about the specific women who had come forward – including Rose McGowan, Ashley Judd, Mira Sorvino, and more – during the awards last night. “I did not hear them by name, I did not hear them acknowledged as I thought I would.” While Kelly did concede that she was impressed by the “female trailblazers” that were brought as guests by A-listers to the Globes, and that actresses speaking about something that “has been secret for far too long” was “in and of itself, progress”, she wasn’t sure anyone was really listening.

Kelly then called out Hollywood for worshipping Weinstein for years as “God” and for continuing to work with admitted predators like Roman Polanski. “How can we expect America to listen to the people who embrace him, while others condemn other individuals in Hollywood?” she pondered. Later in the show, Kelly sat down with Melissa Rivers and Washington Post Fashion Critic Robin Givhan to discuss whether or not the black dresses made the “bold statement” the women intended to – and whether or not it was hypocritical of some of the men – including James Franco, who has faced accusations in the past – to wear a #TimesUp pin.

“I do wonder about the impact of last night,” Kelly concluded. “How great it could possibly be, and whether it marks a shift in our country or mere teaspoons in an ocean of male dominance that realistically is nowhere close to over.”

Kelly was trying to throw a lifeline to her liberal audience.

Liberals see America as an inherently racist, sexist, and mean-spirited country.

And Kelly was happy to join that parade if it meant bringing in new left-wing viewers.