Earlier this week, Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly discussed the Westboro Baptist Church's picketing of the funeral of Albert Synder's son, Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder, a Marine who was killed in action in Iraq. O'Reilly and Kelly have differing opinions on how to interpret the 4th
Circuit Appeal Court's dismissal of a case that the Snyder's originally won. A couple of days later, Ann Coulter weighed in. See videos below.
The 4th Circuit Court ordered the Snyders to pay $16,000 in court costs to the obscene Westboro agitators. The Snyders appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, and SCOTUS took the case. In the third video below, O'Reilly says Kelly is "desperately" wrong, and he says if the Snyder's lose at the Supreme Court he will pay the $16,000 for the Marine's family.
There are three videos below, beginning with O'Reilly and Ann Coulter - who are in agreement with the action SCOTUS will probably take, and what law might back-up that decision. The second video is O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly - after Bill's conversation with Coulter. The third video is Bill and Megyn with their original discussion. This is obviously a First Amendment issue. What do you think the Supreme Court will do?