If you don’t watch ‘The Five’ on FOX News, you missed an amazing moment this week, but we have it.
After the second day of the impeachment inquiry with the former ambassador to Ukraine, Jesse Watters flipped the script, big time.
Watters reminded people that Obama fired all of Bush’s ambassadors and then invoked the bloodbath of Benghazi.
This was epic.
The Daily Caller has details:
Jesse Watters Puts Yovanovitch Firing In Stark Perspective: ‘Under Obama, Ambassadors Were Coming Back In Body Bags’
Fox News host Jesse Watters put the firing of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch in stark perspective on Friday night’s edition of Fox News’ “The Five” when he brought up Obama’s firing of all Bush-appointed ambassadors, and one Obama-era ambassador who never came home.
Yovanovitch’s Friday testimony garnered sympathy from many, including Fox News anchor Chris Wallace and “The Five” co-host Juan Williams, who related on the show that the Obama appointee felt like “she had been smeared.”
But Watters wasn’t buying it.
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“Oh, poor baby,” said the Fox News host. “When Obama got into office he fired all the ambassadors and replaced them at will. He can do whatever he wants. All presidents can.”
“Under Obama, ambassadors were coming back in body bags,” said Watters, referring to Christopher Stevens, the former U.S. ambassador to Libya who was killed by Islamic extremists in 2012. “Now, everyone’s upset because one got fired? So what? People get fired all the time. It doesn’t make a difference.”
Watch the video:
You can almost hear liberal heads exploding across the country as you watch.
This is the most 🔥thing ever said on Fox News:
Amb. Yovanovitch said she was sad about getting fired by Trump:
Under Obama, ambassadors were coming back in body bags.
Now everyone is upset because one got fired.
He's right you know pic.twitter.com/WerXd87RTM
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 15, 2019
Good for you, Jesse.
People need to start worrying about the facts of this case and stop worrying about some ambassador. #TheFive pic.twitter.com/LFcIJsHGC3
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) November 15, 2019
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