In a series of tweets this morning, Kelly expressed outrage over HBO Max temporarily pulling Gone with the Wind and Paramount Network canceling Cops in wake of the police brutality protests that has led to a reckoning over racism. "Live PD is consistently one of the highest rated shows on cable," she tweeted. "But now it may go away bc even watching a police show is somehow offensive to some. (Secret option #2: if you don’t like it, don’t watch.)" Kelly added: "Ok @hbomax - let’s do this - every episode of Friends needs to go right now. If not, you hate women (& LGBTQ ppl, who also don’t fare well on Friends). Obviously Game of Thrones has to go right now. Anything by John Hughes ... Woody Allen... could go on & on... & on...& on..." Meanwhile, Kelly's tweets became a subject of discussion on The View where Sunny Hostin said while she doesn't support censorship, some films like Gone with the Wind need to be put in context. “What what I find interesting is that someone like Megyn Kelly spent all morning tweeting about this,” Hostin added. “I would like to see that same energy from people on the right rather than talking about this issue, talking about the voter suppression that happened yesterday in Georgia, talking about the 112,000 Americans that are still dead from Covid.” ALSO: Gone with the Wind soars to No. 1 on Amazon following HBO Max news.