Judge Jeanine Pirro eviscerated former and expected presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during her “Opening Statement” Saturday, saying that although she’d welcome a woman president, Clinton clearly isn’t that woman.
“I want someone who says what she means, and means what she says,” she said. “I want someone who understands and respects the Judeo-Christian ethics upon which this country was founded. I want someone who cares about us, who cares about the American people,” she said, emphasizing “American.”
“Hillary Clinton is not that person.”
Clinton is widely expected to officially announce her long-expected candidacy today.
Pirro noted that despite claiming to champion women’s rights, Clinton’s only interest is self-interest, and as an example, brought up a 1975 incident in which Clinton successfully represented “a 41-year-old pedophile charged with first degree rape of a 12-year-old sixth-grader.”
You could say Clinton simply represented her client to the best of her ability, except that years later she was recorded on audio tape laughing and bragging about the incident.
In addition to gloating about the case, Pirro noted that Clinton’s disclosure violated attorney-client privilege.
In that same case, Clinton chose to “smear and attack the credibility of a helpless 12-year old, raped by two men” in an attempt to “go for the kill.”
“You blame the victim and you laugh about it,” Pirro said. “And you want us to believe that you’re going to protect us?”
“I want a woman president,” Pirro concluded, “but not you.”
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