Megyn Kelly Slams Jeffrey Toobin for Zoom Incident: 'Don't Jerk Off in the Middle of a Work Call!' (Video)

Megyn Kelly slammed Jeffrey Toobin for his now infamous Zoom incident, saying he should have been fired for exposing himself at work during a Zoom call. She made the commentary on the Friday episode of her podcast "The Megyn Kelly Show," which featured writer Malcolm Gladwell.
Toobin was fired from New York Magazine last November after being caught on a Zoom conference call allegedly enjoying himself on camera. Toobin claimed he thought the camera was off and apologized. However, the magazine let him go and CNN put him on leave as a legal analyst. The cable network brought him back in June.
Gladwell appeared on Kelly's podcast to voice his opposition to Toobin's dismissal. Gladwell referred to himself as an "explanation junkie" and said that he could understand choosing something that could violate his personal ethics and morals as long as he was given an explanation. He said that while Condé Nast was entitled to fire Toobin, "you have to give a reason".
For Gladwell, Toobin's “quality, quality work” should have played a role in her decision over the years and the fact that “they didn't say why, and that really bothered me”.
"You couldn't tell why. It's up to you to spell it," said Gladwell.
"I think it's as clear as the nose on your face," remarked Kelly. "Or you could go further south if you really want to get it to Toobin Land."
"I'm one of those people who believe that there is a clear ethical difference between an intended and an unintentional act," said Gladwell, "and I tend to be much more lenient" and that Toobin was "totally unintentional."
"And that makes a huge difference," he added.
"Maybe," replied Kelly. "I heard that it may have been intentional because it was so inconsiderate that it is possible that he enjoyed it - I know he is protesting something else - but that he actually wanted to be an exhibitionist."
"That would have been good if Condé Nast had investigated," said Gladwell.
Kelly reiterated that the act was "reckless" and that the "respect and dignity" of the newsroom was "lost at that moment." "You don't need an internal investigation to see the apparent disgust of the women who had to watch this while they were just trying to talk about whether Biden wins or Trump wins."
"Some things are just obvious," said Kelly. “That, plus his story, because he has a problematic history with women. I think that was the last straw for them. "
"I don't think there was a need to conduct an investigation. I'm talking about explanations. These are ongoing issues," added Gladwell.
Gladwell noted that when it comes to "ongoing problems," the workplace is currently in a "gray area" of "a situation that didn't exist before," including working from home, dealing with stress and the pandemic as well as the navigation technology they have never used before.
"The world will be a little different in the future than it was before the pandemic," he said, and "it would be useful for us to establish a set of ground rules for this new work environment."
"I have one," said Kelly. “Don't jerk off in the middle of a work call! Muting the camera is not an excuse. There is no exception to this rule! "
I don't argue with the outcome, "replied Gladwell." I argue with the process. "
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Megyn Kelly
American journalist and lawyer
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American lawyer and author

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