WATCH: Megyn Kelly’s Shocking Statement Of What Will Happen To CNN

Jeff Zucker, another CNN who just couldn’t “keep it in his pants” has made CNN a lot more trouble (like they didn’t have enough already).

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That sex scandal, another one in what has turned into a long string for CNN, could have major repercussions for the network, as it’s caused Chris Wallace to regret his decision to leave Fox for CNN and consider trying to get out of his agreement. If he’s thinking about it, so are others.

Yet worse for the network, there might still be more “shoes to drop,” at least according to Megyn Kelly. She went on Newsmax TV’s “Eric Bolling the Balance” to say so.

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Kelly says “I’ll tell you what — the biggest takeaway for me today — because there will be more shoes to drop. Mark my words. But the biggest takeaway for me today –”

At that point the host, Eric Bolling, interrupted her, saying “Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, wait. Hold on, hold on. Megyn Kelly, don’t drop that bomb without following that up. What do you mean? There’s more issues to drop from CNN? What do you got?”

Kelly replied with a nonanswer, saying “There’s nothing I can report to you now, but mark my words — there are more shoes to drop.”

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Kelly went on to say “Well, now we know how. The boss had dirt of his own, and he was worried that they would turn the tables and point the finger at him, and now it’s happened. And there’s more to this story,” referring to the fact that the aforementioned perverts kept their jobs despite being caught in high-profile sex scandals and pinning that on Zucker having his own sexual…situation.

Unfortunately, Kelly didn’t provide more details, so we’ll have to wait and see if she’s got the story right or if CNN has somehow managed to finally fire all the unnecessary scums and pervs off its lines, and start becoming the media outlet from back in the days.