Judge Jeanine Pirro is fed up with obstructionist Democrats who live just to “resist” Trump.
In her opening monologue Sunday, Pirro trashed Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez for saying President Trump “didn’t win the election.”
Pirro said Perez and his party should stop acting “like children” just because they still can’t get over the fact that Hillary Clinton lost the election.
Pirro called Perez a “namby-pamby wuss” and said Democrats need to accept reality and stop urging their anarchist followers to “resist” Trump. “What is it you want us to resist: law and order? The Constitution?” she asked.
Pirro said Trump is doing exactly what 63 million Americans elected him to do, which is cracking down on illegal immigration, fighting crime, bolstering our economy, and building up the military. “Our president is doing what we hired him to do,” she said.
Judge Jeanine said Democrats need to stop obsessing over alleged Russian interference with the 2016 election and start focusing on improving the country.
“These bozos still haven’t figured out exactly what Russia did [and they’re still pouting] because Queen Hillary should have been coronated,” she said.
Pirro said the escalating geopolitical threats posed by North Korea and ISIS should be a top priority, and that when push comes to shove, cowardly liberals will be glad they have a strong president who’s willing face down our enemies.
“If and when the clash of the titans does come, these wimps … will be the first to pee in their pants,” Pirro said. “And they will thank their lucky stars that President Donald J. Trump and his generals have the guts and the instincts to face the reality of the real danger that is confronting America today.”
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