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Whatever the reason, Fox News is certainly missing an element of entertainment in the form of daily doses of Tanta-rants, so to pacify your need for an IQ drop, we’ve compiled a list of some of the dumbest things Andrea Tantaros has ever said (which was only difficult because there was a ton of material to choose from). During a discussion about food stamps on Fox Business, Tantaros suggested she would look amazing if she tried the food stamp challenge: eating on 3 a month.“I should try it, because do you know how fabulous I’d look? Tantaros says she was “embarrassed” to hear Jennifer Lawrence speak about politics.
As someone who is paid hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to discuss her inane opinions on national television, it’s a little rich for Tantaros to declare she’s “embarrassed to be a woman” after learning of Jennifer Lawrence’s political leanings.
After she rebuffed advances like a request for a hug, Tantaros claims she was removed from Tantaros says she suffered other indignities.
These news outlets supposedly ran unflattering stories engineered by Ailes through Briganti to tarnish Tantaros' reputation as a serious journalist.Ah yes, one of Tantaros’ favorite topics: the bloated American bureaucracy stealing our tax dollars and using the money to teach our kids about “meaningless liberal crap.”“You know how I feel about the Department of Education and government bureaucracy and Washington, D. dictating what kids should be taught,” Tantaros said.“I think it’s ridiculous.”“And it seems to me that the universities have always taught this sort of ‘Let’s apologize for all of the wrongdoing and the boor-headedness—boorish behavior of the United States of America,'” she later added.Frequent viewers of Fox News, and those who mock it for a living, have noticed a familiar face has gone missing this past week.Rumors abound as to what pushed “Outnumbered” co-host Andrea Tantaros off-air a day after the launch of her new anti-feminism book, Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable. Tantaros blames feminists for the decline of marriage.