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A former Navy SEAL is taking aim at Hillary Clinton with a controversial T-shirt.

Tej Gill, who was close friends with Benghazi victims Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today to explain why his organization, Project War Path, is selling "Hillary Clinton Killed My Friends" shirts.

Gill revealed that a friend of his created bumper stickers that featured a similar anti-Clinton message, and they were met with a positive reaction both inside and outside the SEAL community.

"So I started making these T-shirts," Gill said. "Everywhere we go, everyone [who] wears them, we get nothing but positive feedback."

He explained that he blames Clinton for the Benghazi terror attack because she was in charge of the State Department, meaning the consulate in Libya was ultimately her responsibility.

"The security at the consulate was poor at best. The terrorists literally pushed the gate in," Gill said. "So my friends down the street at the CIA annex, they had to rescue the State Department folks, and they lost their lives that night when they were in the fight of their life."

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