Judge Jeanine Pirro, to put it mildly, can be a bit blunt; truthful, hard-hitting, pointed, and blunt. She shows no mercy… and that is exactly why we love her so much.
In the aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s reprehensible statements about Trump supporters, Pirro took off the gloves and laid it on the line. Calling her “arrogant” and a “liar,” Pirro laid out the case that Clinton is not only an insider elitist, but so arrogant that it should preclude her from the presidency. And on the eve of September 11th, she spoke directly from her American heart.
Where many television pundits stick to the talking points of the issues, Pirro walked her talk outside the lines, speaking like an offended American. She had every right to do so, and we are glad she did.
At a campaign rally Saturday, Hillary Clinton took to the podium and denigrated Trump supporters in a caustic and snobbish way. She talked down her Progressive nose, labeling almost 40 percent of the nation as dysfunctional.
“You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call ‘the basket of deplorables,’” Clinton said. “They’re racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, you name it. And unfortunately there are people like that, and he has lifted them up…Some of those folks, they are irredeemable, but thankfully they are not America.”
With that statement Hillary Clinton disparaged half a nation and excluded them from the idea of Americanism. She tantamount to “deported” over 100 million people.
But FNC’s Jeanine Pirro wasn’t having any of it. With a fury rarely seen, she pushed back at Clinton’s ruthless and tyrannical attack on American citizens.
“Donald Trump is now neck-and-neck with Hillary Clinton. So, Hillary is basically calling a huge portion of America ‘deplorable’ and ‘irredeemable.’ I don’t consider myself deplorable, but since you started it, Hillary, let’s have at it…”
Pirro chronicled Clinton’s hypocrisies and her penchant for habitually lying. And, in probably the most stinging rebuke, she made it clear that we don’t need a president who is so flippant about excommunicating half the country.
Clinton, like all Progressives, sees the United States as a country only inclusive of those who share their group-think, elitist, lemming-like mentality. She is not only not representative of the American people, she is the hallmark of a divisive, arrogant minority that wants to force everyone to conform to their idea of what the world should be.
Pirro is right. We don’t need a president who talks down to us – who believes that a majority of the people are beneath her and “deplorable” as well as “irredeemable.”
Let’s send her back to the halls of the arrogant coven of Progressive malcontents to which she belongs come November 8th.