Judge Jeanine Pirro ripped into President Obama’s breathtaking executive action legalizing millions of illegal immigrants with an “Opening Statement” Saturday night that compared the president to a mobster with contempt for the law.
Beginning her segment with a series of clips showing Obama himself declaring the action he took Thursday to be illegal, Pirro noted the president has been on the record stating at least 12 times that the solution to American immigration’s problems was to be found in Congress, not the Oval Office.
That was then, apparently, and this is now.
“Mr. President, this … is deliberate, unrestrained, irresponsible … defiance of the United States Constitution and the rule of law,” Pirro said.
Likening Obama to legendary television mobster Tony Soprano from HBO’s “The Sopranos,” Pirro said Obama’s order had proven the lie behind one of Obama’s most famous — and empty — catchphrases.
“This is not about the audacity of hope, Mr. President,” Pirro said. “This is about the tenaciousness of your lawlessness, the imbalance of your moral code, and the imposition of your political agenda.”
Actually, gangsters respect the law more. At least they don’t pretend they’re following it.
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