Judge Jeanine UNLEASHES Hell On Obama’s ‘Weak’ Legacy In Fight Against ISIS (VIDEO)

On Fox News Judge Jeanine Pirro went off on President Obama over his weak legacy on fighting radical Islamic terrorism. This comes shortly after the terrorist attack in Nice, France. In Friday’s “Fox & Friends” interview she called the Lresident an apologist whose unwilling to do what’s necessary to eliminate ISIS in order to pre ten more fatalities.

She said,

We have a president who’s an apologist. If this president would stop apologizing for what we do, what we are … then maybe America would be united and we would understand that they’re coming, they’re here, we’re next. We’ve got a problem at the top of this country. Right now, they are here. They’re gonna kill us – women, children. It doesn’t matter.”

Furthermore, she argued the United States should declare war on ISIS and think about video surveillance mosques for radicalization.

She went on,

They just want to kill us,. How dumb are we?! And Newt is right: we’re sheep saying ‘why are the wolves killing us?’ Or, ‘be nice to the wolves, not all wolves are bad.’ Baloney.”

Throughout the interview she kept reiterating and insisting Obama’s legacy as weak.

He doesn’t have a plan, he doesn’t have a policy. He should be in academia,” she said.

Finally we have someone whose willing to call out the President on his ridiculous behavior. It’s similar to his remarks at the funeral of police officers in which instead of honoring the victims of black hate he goes on tangents about the racism black people face at the hands of the police.


He constantly rationalizes and deflects. Never placing blame where it really belongs out of fear for retaliation. In all likelihood it’s simply to push his dogmatic liberal agenda. Terrorist attacks that make Islam look bad don’t fit into that theology for him unfortunately.

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