Social media was buzzing over the confrontation between Megyn Kelly and former Speaker of the House Newt, Gingrich.

Kelly’s biased interview – and Gingrich’s explosive charges that she holds a double standard for Bill Clinton – rocketed the internet.

And the women who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct let Kelly know just how disgraceful her bias really was.

During the interview, Kelly smeared Donald Trump as a sexual predator.

Gingrich challenged her to use the same label for Bill Clinton.

But Kelly – whose bias against Trump has defined her coverage of the campaign, even causing Trump to skip a Fox News debate before the Iowa Caucus – refused to correctly label Bill Clinton a sexual predator.

Kelly dodged the challenge and provided cover for Clinton’s abuse of women and included a nasty personal insult at the end of the interview.

You can watch the exchange below:

But the women who have been documented as abused by Bill Clinton were furious with Kelly’s one-sided coverage.

Juanita Broaddrick – who accused Bill Clinton of raping her in the 1970s – blasted Kelly as “ugly on the inside.”

And Kathleen Willey – who alleged Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her in the Oval Office in 1993 – ripped the interview.

Paula Jones – whom Bill Clinton was forced to pay an $850,000 settlement in a sexual harassment lawsuit – deleted the tweet where she referred to Kelly as a “nasty heifer.”

Critics of Kelly point out, that for all her claims to be a “journalist”, she likely refused to call Bill a sexual predator because she believes Hillary will win the election and is surrendering her journalist credentials so she can maintain access in a Clinton administration.

They also point out she has been horribly biased against Trump, beginning with the first Presidential debate where she tried to smear him with personal questions designed to elicit embarrassing answers.

But the women Bill Clinton has abused called her out, and the reaction from many conservatives was “it’s about time.”