Judge Jeanine’s sobering open: ‘Most of the time I’m fearless . . . I’m worried . . . you need to be afraid’

Judge Jeanine Pirro isn’t just angry in this week’s opening of her show “Justice with Judge Jeanine.” She is afraid.

The current escalating violence in Iraq and the routing of Iraqi forces by the militant al-Qaida splinter group, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), has the world on edge.

Faith in the leader of the free world, Barack Obama, has been a joke both nationally and domestically. He is neither respected nor feared due to his feckless foreign policy and inexperience, Pirro pointed out, and this should worry everyone.

“Now, you know me. Most of the time I’m fearless . . . ,” Pirro said. “But tonight, I’m worried.”

Regardless of where you live, the tough judge warned, “you need to be afraid.”

Our commander in chief has replenished the enemy in a time of war, she said, with a reminder of the five terrorists that Obama just released from the Guantanamo Bay facility. Pirro played a clip of Hillary Clinton saying  the killers won’t be a problem for the United States that was neither comforting or believable.

Pirro’s statements included updates on the latest events in Iraq and the madman who is leading the militants to a bloody takeover, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the new Osama bin Laden. He was released by Barack Obama in 2009, Pirro reported, and started the powerful terror group a year later. Reports say when he was set free, he told his American captives, “I’ll see you in New York.”

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