Andrea Tantaros, co-host of Fox News Channel’s “Outnumbered,” said Tuesday that the Obama administration wanted to have a debate about the CIA’s use of enhanced interrogation because they “don’t like this country,” and want the United States to look bad. (VIDEO: Tantaros: ‘Incredibly Arrogant’ Obama ‘Blames Everyone But Himself’)
TANTAROS: She’s leaving her chairmanship, so Dianne Feinstein wants to get this off her desk. And, look, I agree with you, The United States of America is awesome. We are awesome. But we’ve had this discussion. We’ve closed the book on it, and we’ve stopped doing it.
And the reason they want to have this discussion is not so show how awesome we are. This administration wants to have this discussion to show us how we’re not awesome. They apologized for this country. They don’t like this country. They want us to look bad, and all this does is have our enemies laughing at us that we are having this debate again.
I do agree with [Fox Business host Kennedy] that you’re not go to go inspire [terrorists] to kill. They’re already fired up, they’re already angry enough. However, this administration is doing this because they’re the same administration that goes on these apology tours, because they believe naively that if we can just shame ourselves and convince the world how horrible we are, and put us on a moral equivalency with all these other countries, then maybe they will stop beheading Americans and putting our heads on sticks. They’re fools!