Right on, Andrea Tantaros: you stop ISIS with a bullet to the head [VIDEO]

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Fox host Andrea Tantaros is being attacked and an apology is being demanded from Fox News by the Asian American Journalist Association for speaking the truth. Watch this one-minute video to understand why — Ms. Tantaros spoke about the historical relationship of the United States with Islamic jihadism.

As she explains, it began with the Barbary Pirates and our own President Thomas Jefferson. When Jefferson read the Koran and understood — as the Dey of Algiers stated – the pirates were attacking American shipping and killing and enslaving Americans because they were commanded to do so, because we were infidels.

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As BizPac Review reports, “Following commentary from other “Outnumbered” panel members, Harris Faulkner and Pete Hegseth that Muslim zealots had historically engaged in beheadings, and that James Foley’s murder was nothing uncommon, Tantaros said, “You can’t solve it with a dialogue. You can’t solve it with a summit. You solve it with a bullet to the head. It’s the only thing these people understand.”

Her coments drew a response from some cultural jihadist apologist chucklehead named Shashank Bengali on twitter demanding a Fox News apology.


Let me explain history to this apologist fool who is historically challenged. Thomas Jefferson sent the Marines to Tripoli. They didn’t have a chat, there was no summit, they put a bullet into the heads of the Barbary pirates and that ended the whole episode. The Marmaluke sword of the modern-day Marine officer symbolizes and commemorates the combat operation — not overseas contingency operation — our US Marines executed. The Barbary pirates were Muslims, they followed the Koran — that is history, fact. And Mr. Benghali, there is only one way to send a message to folks who behead innocent people, be they Americans, Kurds, Assyrians, Chaldeans, or even other Muslims — and it has been effective throughout history: you kill them.

Ms. Tantaros, Andrea, you are spot on and seems you have a little Spartan running in those Greek veins. No apology. Molon Labe!

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