Judge Jeanine Pirro is absolutely no Hillay Clinton supporter. She made that sentiment abundantly clear when she lit into the democratic presidential nominee on her Fox News Channel show “Justice” yesterday evening. Pirro went off on Clinton for her comment in which she referenced and labeled Donald Trump’s supporters as deplorable.
Judge Jeanine said the following,
“Hillary, you bow to and take money from countries who throw gays off buildings. You take money for your so-called charity from countries that don’t allow women to drive, a so-called feminist who supports countries that force women to cover every part of their bodies but their eyeballs, and you want to call us Islamophobes?”
She stopped down to Clinton’s level and called her some names of her own. Words such as liar, dishonest and condescending. When you play with dogs you get fleas and when you lie down to pigs you get dirty. But every once in a while it is necessary.
Pirro went on,
“Hillary, since you started the name calling, Hillary, you are a liar, and a pathological one at that. You’re a cheat. You’re dishonest. You are condescending. You are arrogant, contemptuous, and if you think that your half-assed apology will wipe the slate clean, you are wrong.
It takes you 17 hours to figure out that you had to apologize? The ordinary people, Hillary, the people who have to follow the law, who have no choice but to pay their taxes, who have to work two and three jobs, who fight for all of us, many of whom come back with fewer limbs, don’t want a president who hates us. we don’t want a president who thinks that we’re deplorable.”
Her method of attack might not be pretty or nice but Judge Jeanine’s opinions are pretty spot on. She hit the nail on the head. More importantly, she spoke of many issues that most Americans feel strongly about.
Watch her full statement here,
The Judge was responding to Clinton’s nefarious and generalistic comments she made at a campaign event. Clinton’s exact words were the following,
“To just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it.”
She later expressed remorse saying,
“Last night I was ‘grossly generalistic,’ and that’s never a good idea. I regret saying ‘half’ — that was wrong.”
Unfortunately, she is a day late and a dollar short. She epitomizes someone who clearly does not care. However, that may very well cost her votes in the election. Moreover, independents, non-Trump, or Sanders supporters might very well be turned off from voting for her because of those comments. She will have no one to blame but herself.