Charlie Kirk claims Meghan Markle invented the conversation about the color of baby Archie’s skin and is ‘making it up like Jussie Smollett’ and calls Prince Harry a ‘metrosexual beta male’
- The conservative radio host delivered a scathing response to Oprah’s interview
- He accused Markle of inventing the story of questions about Archie’s skin color
- He said she was ‘making it up like Jussie Smollett’ – the actor who lied to police
- Smollett in Jan 2019 paid two men to stage a ‘racist’ attack on him in Chicago
- Kirk said Markle was a ‘self-indulgent tradition-destroying leftist’
- Prince Harry who ‘a metrosexual beta male lacking in almost all testosterone’
- The couple’s allegations about Royal questions caused an earthquake in the UK
- Speculation is rampant as to who could have made the outrageous remark
Conservative talk show host Charlie Kirk has attacked ‘unbelievably ungrateful’ Meghan Markle, accusing her of setting out to tarnish her in-laws and inventing the shocking story of how a senior member of the Royal family asked about the color of her son Archie’s skin.
Kirk, 27, delivered his scathing verdict on Markle’s remarks on his radio show on Monday.
He was unimpressed with Markle, who he described as a ‘self-indulgent tradition-destroying leftist’, and her husband Prince Harry, who was labeled ‘a metrosexual beta male really lacking in almost all testosterone’.
And he saw her criticism of the Royal family as deeply ungrateful.
Conservative radio host Kirk, 27, used his show on Monday to attack the Duke and Duchess
Oprah Winfrey’s interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aired on Sunday in the U.S.
‘You are now allowing your feels to dictate an accusation towards a family that largely embraced you,’ said Kirk.
‘What an unbelievably ungrateful person you are.
‘No gratitude. Perfect leftist. No gratitude.’
Kirk then showed a clip of Piers Morgan, speaking on Fox News on Monday morning and discussing the couple’s bombshell claim that someone within the family asked about the color of baby Archie’s skin.
Morgan said that the pair were wrong not to specify who in the family made the remark, arguing that it left the entire family open to accusations of racism.
He accused Markle of inventing the story, in the same way that actor Jussie Smollett staged a racial attack on himself in January 2019 in Chicago, because he was unhappy with his salary and wanted to promote his career.
Kirk was bruising in his criticism of the couple, accusing her of lying about conversations
Markle, 39, and her British husband spoke to Winfrey from their $14 million Californian mansion
Kirk said: ‘I don’t think anyone said it.
‘I think she’s making it up, like Jussie Smollett.
‘I think somebody said something, completely different, in a different category, and she is using it now to go make people feel sorry for her.’
A hunt is now on to find who uttered the racist remark about the unborn child.
Prince Philip was cleared, with Oprah saying Harry had confirmed the comment was not made by the Duke of Edinburgh or the Queen.
Asked about the alleged comment at his COVID press conference on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: ‘The best thing I can say is that I’ve always had the highest admiration for the Queen and the unifying role she plays.
‘And as for all other matters to do with the royal family I’ve spent a long time now not commenting on royal family matters and I don’t intend to today.’
Amid the massive fallout, the couple’s friend Misan Harriman – who took the photograph released to announce Meghan’s second pregnancy – shared a previously unreleased image
Harry refused to reveal the person’s identity on Sunday night as did Meghan and claimed they wanted to protect whoever it was – leaving the rest of the family open to suspicion.
Asked by Oprah if the couple left the UK because of racism, Harry replied: ‘It was a large part of it.’
Speaking on CBS on Monday, Oprah said she was ‘surprised’ the Sussexes revealed details of an alleged conversation with a member of the royal family who expressed ‘concern’ before he was born about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone might be.
The talk show host also said she was taken aback by Meghan’s disclosures about her mental health, and about Harry’s revelation at feeling ‘trapped’, during their explosive interview.
Asked if she was surprised that the conversation about skin tone happened or that they were revealing it, Oprah replied: ‘I was surprised they were telling me about it.
‘Even on the tape you can hear me go ‘Whoa, I cannot believe you are saying this right now’.’
Asked how the couple is feeling after the interview, Winfrey said: ‘I haven’t really spoken to them since the interview because we are in different time zones.’