O'REILLY: Ok, so the NCAAP -- Uganda is on it.
KELLY: And the list goes on and on.
O'REILLY: Right, he's not in -- Kony is not Uganda. But -- but they have a big problem with gays in Uganda where they have all kinds of laws against them.
KELLY: Can I -- I mean, the list of countries that will now pass judgment on the United States and our Voter ID law to decide whether we are just or not just.
O'REILLY: But don't you think -- don't you think that the NAACP knows there will be backlash against them for doing this and it doesn't mean anything anyway.
KELLY: Listen, historically they did this, they did this back in the late 1940s, the NAACP went to that same world body, the Human Rights Commission of the U.N. and talked about the discrimination against minorities here in the United States and they were right. They had an issue back then that was legitimate.
KELLY: This may or may not be legitimate but given the scope of what is going on at those countries, you know, that they are now appealing to, China and the forced abortions and that's what they should be paying attention to as opposed to our photo ID laws.
O'REILLY: Yes these ACLU types and the far-left people really don't want anybody showing ID at the poll. They don't want it.
KELLY: No, they don't.
O'REILLY: They don't want it. I wonder why? Megyn Kelly, everybody, there she is.
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