Taking her anti-Obama crusade to a whole new low, Fox News host Andrea Tantaros is now openly encouraging physical violence towards all of the nearly 66,000,000 Americans who voted for President Obama in the 2012 presidential election.
On Talk Radio Network’s The Andrea Tantaros Show while making reference to the Justice Department’s dutiful investigation into one of their reporter’s role in a national security leaks, she let her Obama Derangement Syndrome out of the bag.
“And when Fox said we’re targets–clearly Media Matters and others have put us on a target list,” Fox News host Andrea Tantaros explained on the Thursday edition of her radio show. “And they said, ‘Oh, Fox is just crazy! They’re just paranoid!’ Really? Are we?”
“This is what is happening to our press! This is Obama’s America! It’s like the Soviet Union,” she continued. “He said he would change the country. He said it. And a lot of people voted for him.”
“And if you see any of those people today, do me a favor, punch them in the face.”
After a commercial break, a fellow Obama-hater from South Carolina called in and told Tantaros that, although he can’t stand Obama, he was worried that her encouragement to punch Obama voters in the face was sending a bad message to the listeners, even if it was a joke.
Incredibly, after having had the opportunity to chat with the producer during the commercial break, she decided to double down on her violent suggestion.
“To be clear, I didn’t say punch Obama in the face,” the Fox News host pointed out. “You’re going to get me arrested with this type of government, Bob.”
“If someone voted for him!” she insisted.
“If anyone that you know who voted for President Obama, smack ‘em down.”
This is just the latest twist in Fox News and their host’s endless war against rational Americans who support President Obama and want what is best for America, not international banks and multinational corporations.
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