This Is Why Judge Jeanine Is Worried (And Thinks You Should Be Afraid)

Judge Jeanine Pirro warned Americans that we should be worried over the crisis in the Middle East, regardless where you live.  “You know me, I’m fearless.” said the Judge in her opening statement. “I’ve spent my life fighting, investigating, prosecuting, and sentencing the worst of the worst. But tonight, I’m worried. If you don’t think that what happens there matters to you, you’re wrong! You need to be afraid.” Judge Pirro went on to blame Obama’s lack of foreign policy and political decisions for minimizing our nation on the world stage to the point of being “neither respected nor feared.”

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2 comments to This Is Why Judge Jeanine Is Worried (And Thinks You Should Be Afraid)

  • Jerry

    couldn’t vote on Obama’s performance- but I think I would give him an F mainly for failure to perform even remotely close to satisfaction.

    Judge Piro can speak for me any day or any time. We think alike. She should run against the schlump Schumer and thrash him soundly.

  • cactusbob

    Judge Jeanine Pirro is as close to being a perfect conservative as Phyllis Schlafly is. Both are very informed about political aspects of life, and I’ve been worried about the Middle East for several years. Now I’m scared to death, and our “President” giving arms and aid to our enemies there isn’t going to make things any better. You must remember, Obama has a goal that is completely foreign to normal Americans, so while some of the things he does makes him look crazy, he’s just proceeding merrily along his path of destruction of the USA. That’s his goal, and until more people realize that, he’ll be able to continue toward it. WAKE UP!

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