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Conservative Writer Asks Hillary Clinton to Sign Book for Dead Ambassador (Video)

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The writer and publisher of a conservative website recently asked Hillary Clinton to sign a copy of her new book Hard Choices to U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who was killed by terrorists during an attack on an American consulate in Benghazi, Libya in 2012.

Jason Mattera, who publishes DailySurge.com, walked up to the former U.S. Secretary of State this week outside her book signing in Washington D.C. (video below).

After Clinton agreed to sign the book, Mattera asked her, “If you could make it out to Christopher Stevens. I think you knew him.”

“Yeah, I’m not gonna make it out to Chris Stevens,” replied Clinton.

Mattera then mocked Clinton by saying, “What difference does it make?”

Clinton said, “What difference does it make?” during her 2013 testimony before Congress when Republicans demanded to know the inner motivations and thoughts of the terrorists who struck in Benghazi.

Mattera then tried to follow Clinton to mock her some more, but was stopped by security guards.

Mattera did a similar video ambush in 2012 when he tried to follow Chris Rock after the actor turned away from his questions about saying the Tea Party was racist (which has been documented numerous times).

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Rock allegedly reacted to the man by snatching away his video camera, which was being operated by a woman, and hurling it across the room. Then he supposedly challenged the man to a fight... Mattera’s two-minute video of Rock was first posted at Breitbart.com, and it features a promotion for his book, Hollywood Hypocrites: The Devastating Truth About Obama’s Biggest Backers."

Sources: The Huffington Post, DailyCaller.com, Bill Moyers.com, The Hollywood Reporter, DailySurge.com

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