Hillary’s jab at Fox News during big game spurs painful reminders of Benghazi

The left was so tickled by Hillary Clinton’s Super Bowl tweet jabbing Fox News that they couldn’t help but write about how many retweets and favorites it has received. But conservatives were right there to remind everyone to remember Benghazi.

Clinton was either watching the Broncos get demolished or someone told her about the game because she tweeted Sunday evening:

And her fan base just loved the humorous side of the former secretary of state taking a pot shot at Fox News – who has and will continue to press her over Benghazi – so much, they continued to tout that as of Monday morning, it had been retweeted over 54,000 times and “favorited” almost 39,000 times.

Which, of course, is not even close to the amount of viewers a single show on Fox News draws, but there was no mention of that anywhere.

The responses to Clinton’s tweets were great, and sent the message that conservatives will continue to demand Hillary “what difference does it make” Clinton answer for her actions while four Americans were being slaughtered during the terrorist attack in Benghazi in 2012.

Via Twitter:




H/T: Townhall

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