Judge Jeanine: Obama’s a paper tiger, we are sitting ducks

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Judge Jeanine Pirro often delivers hard-hitting, no-nonsense remarks to open her Fox News program “Justice with Jeanine.” And as usual, she did not disappoint on Saturday night.

“There was a time when the United States was both respected and feared,” Pirro said. “Today, however, in the eyes of the world, we are neither respected nor feared.”

22 Embassies closed
22 Embassies closed in the Mid-East

Pirro called Obama’s “feckless foreign policy” on the world stage a paper tiger, saying that “every time there’s an issue, we roar, but then turn tail and run.”

Mocking Obama’s statements on “red lines” and recommending he have his Obamacare doctor check his eyesight, Pirro played a clip of Yosemite Sam, a thinly veiled reference to the president’s pursuit of the terrorists who attacked the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.

With 22 embassies closed because of an al-Qaida threat, Pirro asked how Obama could have said that the terror group was on the run.

“Hey, you can complain about your phony scandals, I should be able to complain about your phony accomplishments,” she said.

Watch Pirro’s stinging monologue here.


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