Judge Jeanine Pirro’s “Opening Statement” Saturday night condensed a week’s worth of horrible news stories for Hillary Clinton into a powerful five-minute indictment of why Clinton should never become president of the United States.
And she did it with a smile.
The libs won’t listen of course, but to those who know better than to think another Clinton in the White House is a good idea, the “Justice with Judge Jeanine” opener was powerful stuff – starting with Hillary’s bizarre recollection of sniper fire in Bosnia that never happened and culminating with the announcement that “Hookers 4 Hillary” prostitutes in Nevada are supporting her campaign, partly out of gratitude to her husband. (Not the way you’d think.)
Pirro’s most piercing rip came early though, when she described the exposure of Hillary’s running lie that all her grandparents were immigrants to the United States, when all were born American citizens but one.
Laughably, the Clinton Camp tried to pass off the “misstatement” as based on Hillary’s faulty recollections: Her grandparents always spoke of the immigrant experience, a spokesman explained, so Mrs. Clinton always thought of them as immigrants.
“My father always spoke about the Yankees,” Pirro pointed out sarcastically. “But it never made me think he was a Yankee.”
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