It was the campaign ad Hillary Clinton is most famous for, probably in retrospect for all the wrong reasons – The 3 a.m. phone call.

The ad featured sleeping children, a ringing telephone, and an ominous speaker’s voice asking voters who they would want to lead the country during a world crisis.

The campaign effort was so famous, Hillary tried to unveil a similar effort in a shot at rival Bernie Sanders a few months ago.

“The presidency is the toughest job in the world,” the narrator explains, “and she’s the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done.”

Of course, we’re all well aware that despite trying to rewrite history and her “accomplishments” at the State Department, Clinton actually did receive a 3 a.m. phone call from Americans in Benghazi – and she was caught sleeping.

Then she lied.

Judge Jeanine Pirro explains Hillary’s failures in the way only she can, offering a fiery opening statement in which she tells her to “go back to bed.”

Pirro adds that “There’s someone else who’s going to protect us,” referring to Donald Trump.

 

Via Fox News Insider:

Judge Jeanine pointed out that the world is a much more dangerous place now than it was when President Obama and then-Secretary of State Clinton came to power.

She ran down a list of the presumptive Democratic nominee’s many foreign policy missteps, from the destabilizing overthrow of Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi to the Benghazi terror attack.

Judge Jeanine added that Clinton, like President Obama, refuses to even utter the words “Islamic extremists.”

She alluded to Clinton’s infamous “3 a.m. call” campaign ad to drive her point home.

“This is not a parlor game and not one for the faint of heart. Go back to bed, Hillary. There’s someone else who’s going to protect us.”

Check out this interview segment in which Senator Rand Paul calls Clinton out on her leadership during the terror attacks in Beghazi.

Paul said the call came in from Americans asking for security and help, but “she never picked up.”

 

Cross-posted at the Political Insider