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Judge Jeanine warns about ‘Trojan Horse’ of terrorism in tide of illegal immigrants

After a two-week hiatus, Judge Jeanine  Pirro was back with both barrels blasting Saturday as she scored the Obama administration for a “Trojan Horse” immigration policy that’s going to have a drastic impact on the country for decades to come.

judgejeanine0713And she raised anew the possibility of terrorism slipping in undetected among indigents clamoring for relief.

The current onslaught of illegal immigrants in overwhelming federal facilities is a crisis that’s creating “an excuse to change the demographics and ultimately the electorate of this nation,” Pirro said in the “Opening Statement” segment of this week’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”

Pirro placed the blame squarely on President Obama’s election-driven decision in 2012 to suspend deportation proceedings for children in this country illegally since 2007. In addition to the health and criminal dangers the influx represents, Pirro said, there is the potential for terrorism as well.  She cited a United Nations report that showed immigrants working their way from terrorist-ridden Somalia to Central America for eventual entry into the United States through the porous southern border.

“Do we even know these kids are from Central America?” she asked. “What other country in the world would allow its border to be infiltrated by people … we haven’t even screened?”

Now, Pirro said, Obama is seeking almost $4 billion from Congress to deal with the “Trojan Horse” of illegal immigration, that’s brining health problems, social problems and possibly terrorism problems into the country because of a policy aimed at securing Obama’s re-election.

“You created this mess, now you fix it,” she said, addressing the president. “Take that pen and phone of yours and make it right.”

 

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders, a 25-year newspaper veteran, is a staff writer and editor for BizPac Review who lives in Tallahassee and covers capital and Florida politics. Email Joe at [email protected].

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