Benghazi hero Kris Paranto delivers BRUTAL response to Hillary calling GOP “the party of death”

Cue the liberal hysteria over the Republicans’ efforts to overhaul health care and get rid of the abomination that is Obamacare.

Any chance of “toning down the rhetoric?” Oh HELL no. They’re piling it on even heavier.

As Col. West wrote today, we have B. Hussein Obama writing a thousand-word treatise (never one for brevity) on how terrible the Republican plan is, saying “this bill will do you harm.” Oh really? Like a Bernie Sanders-supporting nutjob firing off 50 rounds? Or a jihadist driving a van into a crowd of people? Like that kind of harm?

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Or how about Elizabeth Warren’s question, “How to pay for all these juicy tax cuts for their rich buddies? I’ll tell you how: Blood money.”

“These cuts are blood money. People will die. Let’s be very clear: Senate Republicans are paying for tax cuts for the wealthy with American lives.”

And of course, leave it to Hillary Clinton to weigh in and call Republicans “the death party.”

Benghazi hero Kris Paranto had the most awesome smackdown ever, tweeting, What the hell did you just say?!!!! Are you kidding me @HillaryClinton ?!! Did you already forget that you left us to die? Then lied about it?

Can the imagery being used by Democrats get any more horrible? What started years ago with a Paul Ryan lookalike throwing granny off the cliff in a wheelchair has devolved to the “Party of DEATH?”

That’s pretty hard to stomach when a Republican member of Congress lies in hospital after near fatal gunshot wounds from a crazed leftist.

Still classy, Hillary.

[This article was written by Michele Hickford, author of the brutally honest and bitingly funny Do I Need To Slap You?]

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