Megyn Kelly Unloads On Starbucks For Letting Homeless People Use The Bathroom

Megyn Kelly just added yet another disgusting rant to her greatest hits, which include classics like “Santa and Jesus are real and white” and “racist emails are perfectly normal.” The target of Kelly’s latest hateful screeds is yet another group that she as a rich white woman looks down upon: the homeless.

Recently, Starbucks found themselves in a bit of a pickle after a racist barista called the cops on two black men who were waiting to order until the person with whom they were meeting arrived. The men were there for two minutes before the cops were called, which caused a massive PR headache for the coffee giant. The chain shut down 8,000 stores for diversity training on Tuesday, an admirable first step toward fixing the issue in the future.

The company is also going to allow non-customers to use the bathrooms in the future so racists don’t have an excuse. This, of course, has NBC’s Megyn Kelly up in arms.

“They’re allowing anyone to stay and use the bathroom even if they don’t buy anything, which has a lot of Starbucks’ customers saying, ‘Really?’” Kelly said on her show Tuesday. “Because now the Starbucks are going to get overwhelmed with people and is it really just a public space or is it not?”

Kelly says that while it’s  “not controversial to do the anti-bias training,” letting anyone just use the bathroom is a recipe for disaster. Fire will rain from the sky. Birds will shoot lightning from their eyes. Unicorns will descend upon us and hornmageddon will begin. Complete chaos, man.

“The part of this that’s getting lambasted is now you don’t have to buy anything to go into the Starbucks,” she whined. “You don’t have to buy anything to use the restroom. And so paying customers are now complaining.”

“Starbucks may becoming a magnet for people who want to exploit and take advantage of this new policy,” PBS host Amy Holmes said.

“I see the other side of it,” Jenna Bush Hager fired back. “I think some of these people don’t have places to go. I’ve seen people sit in our local Starbucks here in New York City that are homeless, that don’t have another place.”

“But that’s not the solution,” Kelly complained.

“Of course, it’s not a solution but it’s also compassionate,” Bush Hager replied. “It’s also showing kindness to people that may not have that.”

Naturally, Kelly’s concern was that drug-addicted homeless people would descend upon Starbucks, where people apparently normally take their kids for a treat.

“And it’s a question about whether a commercial establishment is that place,” Kelly said. “For the paying customers who go in with their kids, do you really want to deal with a mass of homeless people or whoever is in there — could be drug addicted, you don’t know when you’re there with your kids paying for the services of the place.”

Watch Kelly once again make us question how she is still employed, below: