Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro responded to the shooting of seven police officers Sunday in Baton Rouge, with three of the cops being killed, saying her heart goes out to the families of the husbands and fathers who went out in a police uniform.
“Unfortunately, today the uniform is almost like a target,” Pirro proclaimed.
Referencing the five law enforcement officers killed in Dallas earlier this month along with the Baton Rouge shooting, the Fox News host said the attacks are “an attempt at anarchy.”
Worse yet, she’s concerned about these atrocities are becoming the norm.
“With this happening in Baton Rouge, my fear is that the attempt to kill cops and killing cops is now becoming normalized,” Pirro said. “It’s now becoming legitimized.”
And she made no secret that it starts at the top in the White House with President Barack Obama, who Pirro said is “more concerned about a conversation” that ends up protecting the criminal, not the victim.
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