Judge Jeanine Pirro highlighted the solution to what she warned was the number one health issue facing the United States today, which the Fox News host said is “criminals being allowed to terrorize the rest of us.”
“There’s only one way out of this. And it’s a number. The number is 2022,” Pirro contended in the opening remarks of Fox News’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Saturday.
Pirro clearly understands, as our founding fathers did, that we must elect moral leaders who don’t allow politics to overcome what is just and right.
“The number one health issue in the United States that has reached a fever pitch level is not COVID, it’s not global warming, it’s not racism,” the former New York State judge and district attorney said. “It’s out of control criminals being allowed to terrorize the rest of us. There’s a war waging on the streets of America right now. It started last summer when rioting thugs started burning down property and businesses. Why? Because criminals felt they could.”
“Thugs then moved to residential neighborhoods, storming residents with bullhorns, trespassing, and yelling it was really their property. Democrats in charge did nothing. They made believe it was never even happening,” she recounted.
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Pirro suggested that we can end this war at the ballot box. In 2022, the Democrats are vulnerable to losing their majority in the House due to the exodus of congressmen and their lax stance on violence. Even the mainstream media has admitted that just 38% of people approve of the president’s handling of crime.
This, coupled with high levels of engagement from conservatives as they’ve witnessed the destruction that Biden’s leftist regime has had on the country, could hopefully spell disaster for the Democrats in the midterm elections.
Democrats — who seem to base morality on whatever their own everchanging “truth” is for the day, and lack an anchor of morality such as the Ten Commandments — have virtually welcomed domestic terrorism. They have turned a blind eye to the Portland riots that have been plagued by violence, tear gas, and destruction almost nightly over the past year.
These same violent rioters have gone largely unprosecuted, as was seen with the insurrectionists who tried to break into the Portland Police Bureau’s labor union in back in February. Only 97 people connected with the riots in Oregon had been charged as of last month, and over 57 were expected to have their charges dismissed.
A token two dozen or so Antifa rioters have since been charged in connection with the Portland riots, but the politicization of justice has led to disturbingly disparate treatment of the Antifa rioters compared to those involved with the Jan. 6 “crimes” at the Capitol, where the only shot fired was by a police officer. The Justice Department has amassed over 400 suspects and 500 subpoenas issued, and the DOJ announced last week that it will drop a whopping $6.1 million on a database to track personal info gathered on Capitol protesters.
But the two-tiered system of justice can come to an end in 2022 as Pirro suggested. However, it’s up to the voters to elect moral leaders who will carry the torch of liberty.
Founding Father and patriot Samuel Adams once said, “Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. He therefore is the truest friend to the liberty of his country who tries most to promote its virtue, and who… will not suffer a man to be chosen into any office of power and trust who is not a wise and virtuous man.”
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