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Judge Jeanine on Clintons: ‘There’s a name for people who are willing to sell out their country for cash’

Judge Jeanine Pirro used the opening statement of her “Justice” show Saturday on Fox News to call Hillary Clinton the worst choice for president.

“Hillary Clinton would be, without a doubt, hands down, the absolute best CEO of a public company. Ruthless, profit-driven, and all about the money,” Pirro said. “But if you’re looking for a different kind of CEO, one to run the greatest nation on Earth and bring back America, now teetering on the brink of socialism, to be president of the United States, Hillary Clinton is the worst possible choice.”

This is not a woman who cares about the average American, she said.

“This woman only cares about herself, money, her next step up the political ladder, and if president, will only care about her legacy,” Pirro said. “And if you don’t see that from events of this past week, then you are exactly the kind of tuned-out voter that Hillary is hoping to turn out in droves in 2016.”

Pirro offered examples of Clinton’s “influence peddling on a global scale,” including donations to the Clinton Foundation and speaking fees for former President Bill Clinton.

“Hillary has always been against foreign governments controlling U.S. strategic assets like ports,” she said. “But Hillary has a change of heart after huge amounts of cash, both reported and unreported, flow into the Clinton Foundation.”

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Politicians have been indicted and convicted for lesser gifts than the hundreds of millions of dollars the Clintons and their foundation received, Pirro said.

“I am tired of people defining political deviancy down because it’s being committed by a member of their party. My back goes up when I hear that Russia, because of the Clintons, now controls a great deal of America’s uranium,” she said. “There is a name for people who are willing to sell out their country for cash.”

Presumambly that name is not Madam President.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
Carmine Sabia

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