Fox News’ Andrea Tantaros Broke the Internet Again With New Pic!

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Liberals are furious about this photo, but we LOVE it!

Scroll down to see Andrea’s AWESOME T-SHIRT SELFIE!

Fox News personality and “Outnumbered” co-host Andrea Tantaros has become fairly well-known for her blunt yet insighful commentary on the day’s current events.

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She has earned quite a few fans for her outspoken opposition to President Barack Obama on a number of issues — and the fact that she’s not hard to look at probably hasn’t lost her any support.

Now Tantaros has likely gained even more followers after she posted this selfie to Instagram, though they most likely support the message being promoted on her shirt more so than they are supporting her.

The Fox News star posted a picture of herself wearing a pink T-shirt featuring the silhouette of the hugely popular AR-15 rifle along with the defiant phrase well-known to Second Amendment supporters: “Come and Take It.”Andrea Tantaros 2

The phrase is derived from the ancient Greek phrase “Molon Labe,” said to have been uttered by a defiant King Leonidas of the Spartans when ordered by the invading Persians to disarm his vastly outnumbered men.

In this day and age of nearly constant efforts by Obama and his fellow Democrats to disarm law-abiding American citizens, defiance like that exhibited by Tantaros has become increasingly common among gun owners and gun rights supporters.

This defiance against those who seek to disarm us in the face of criminals, growing terrorist threats and an increasingly tyrannical government has been best exemplified by the record-shattering number of new guns purchased by Americans since Barack Obama took office.

Try as they might, Obama and his fellow gun-grabbers will never get Americans to voluntarily hand over our weapons, and if they really want them, they will have to do exactly what the shirt says — come and take them.

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