FNC’s Tantaros: If Anyone Sees ’13 Hours’ and Goes on to Vote for Hillary ‘They’re a Criminal’


Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered,” while discussing the new movie “13 Hours,” on the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, co-host Andrea Tantaros said if anyone saw that movie should come out of it with a negative opinion of Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, who was secretary of state at the time of the attack.

Tantaros said, “It does ends up hurting her,because this  it’s just not a movie based on fiction. Look at four gravestones or tombstones and know that this is real. She should be lucky they didn’t go further, that Michael Bay didn’t go further with the movie making. It really points to credibility. If she wants to speak out now and try to discredit the film, she is speaking out against the survivors who we’ve seen on this news channel and elsewhere, talk about how she stood and looked victim’s families in the eyes and lied. And a majority of Americans when polled, the number one word that they associate with Clinton is liar. I will take the men that survived the attack at the embassy and against her any day. A stand-down order was given. Who gave it? There are questions.”

She added, “She jailed a filmmaker based on a movie — and this man is still in prison. That alone should put Hillary Clinton in prison. If anyone see this movie, and everyone should go see it, and goes on to vote for Hillary Clinton they’re a criminal, in my estimation.”

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