Megyn Kelly, the host of the Megyn Kelly Show webcast, said on her Monday scene that “there is no doubt” the media overstated the occasions of the January 6 Capitol insurgence as “much more awful than it really was.”

Kelly offered the remark in discussion with her visitor, traditionalist jokester Chrissie Mayr, who portrayed her own insight as a member in the January 6 uproars as “so like, not nothing to joke about,” and “the most chill thing ever.”

“There is no doubt the media addressed it as such a lot of more awful than it really was,” the previous Fox News anchor concurred.

Kelly stood up against her visitor’s cases the insurgence was “amazingly quiet,” by expressing “We’ve all seen the video of individuals like shouting even with cops, being absolutely slandering, and pooping on the floor of the U.S. Legislative hall,” so, all things considered her visitor giggled.

“Legislators were justifiably apprehensive,” Kelly proceeded. “Dislike Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, a Democrat from New York], ‘I need treatment for the remainder of my life,’ apprehensive, yet I can get it, and I didn’t care for seeing it by any means,” Kelly expressed.

Neither Kelly nor Mayor referenced the genuine setbacks felt by the Capitol Police and the D.C. Metropolitan Police who secured the Capitol that day. 140 officials were harmed, one passed on from his injuries, and two officials who served that day have since ended their own lives, according to Daily Reuters.

Bodycam footage from Jan. 6 has been being released to the public slowly. Much of it has become available because of court orders related to prosecuting individuals who perpetrated or allegedly perpetrated violent crimes during the insurrection, and because a group of media organizations filed a motion that they be made public.

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For example, recently released bodycam footage from D.C. Police Officer Mike Fanone shows him being attacked, beaten, and tased by several rioters, while one man, identified as Thomas Sibick, 35, of Buffalo, New York, rips off and steals his gun and police radio. Fanone later collapsed unconscious and was taken to a hospital where he was found to have had a concussion and a heart attack.

Some Republicans in Congress and the Senate have also sought to play down the seriousness of the January 6 riots. “I don’t think there’s any question that Democrats never want to let an opportunity go to waste to try to attack conservatives, and so they want to try to besmirch, smear, demean all Conservatives in the name of a handful of people who did the wrong thing on Jan. 6,” said Rep. Bob Good, a Republican from Virginia, the week after the insurrection.