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Watch: Andrea Tantaros Sees ’13 Hours,’ Has 3 Brutal Words For Hillary Supporters

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Andrea Tantaros, a co-host of the Fox show Outnumbered, leveled a broad-based accusation on Monday against anyone who sees the new movie about the Benghazi attacks and then is able to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

“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,” said Tantaros.

Four Americans were killed in the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time of the attacks.

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“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,” Tantaros said.

“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,” she added.

Tantaros has often expressed strong opinions about Clinton.

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“You have a Democratic candidate who’s under investigation by the FBI. It’s never happened in history before and they say that it’s no big deal on the left? It’s a huge deal,” Tantaros said on the Jan. 15 edition of the show.

“She’s not a likable candidate and she’s a bad candidate. And she’s always been a really bad candidate. And it’s no — it’s not a coincidence, … people are making the comparison that she’s a thoroughbred horse who can’t get over the line,” Tantaros added.

“She’s on her way to the glue factory in a real way. It’s true. It’s true. I didn’t make the horse analysis. It wasn’t me, somebody else did. Just a metaphor,” she said.

h/t: Fox News

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