CA RNC Committeewoman Harmeet Kaur Dhillon on Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro.
September 6, 2017
August 8, 2017
Later, a federal lawsuit found 413 pages of documents from the FBI and DOJ relating to the tarmac meeting.
Judge Jeanine Pirro said America is moving away from the principles of justice underpinning the Declaration of Independence.
“We didn’t know how deep and dirty the collusion really was” between the FBI, the Justice Department, and Hillary Clinton until recently, the judge said on “Justice” Saturday.
The FBI fielded a Freedom of Information Act request for all documents pertaining to the now infamous tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton, saying it had no such documents. The Justice Department never responded to the FOIA request.
“That was a calculated, knowing, and intentional lie,” she said of the FBI’s response.
June 23, 2017
Judge Jeanine Pirro said this morning that the Democratic Party is moving even more to the left, while pushing a hateful message against the president.
Pirro said Americans appear to be rejecting the Democrats’ harsh anti-Trump rhetoric and the victory in Georgia for Republican Karen Handel “reaffirmed” her faith.
“They don’t have a message. The only message is a message of hate. The Democratic Party right now is a party of hate and destruction and I think it’s anti-American,” said Pirro.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was asked yesterday about comments from Democrats that she should step aside as party leader.
April 24, 2017
Watching the news about the violent Berkeley riots is akin to watching “a silencing in real-time,” said Pirro, “where people are not allowed to express their opinion if it does not align with the thinking of others.”
In reaction to author Ann Coulter’s travails in trying to speak to students at the University of California, Berkeley, Judge Jeanine Pirro warned viewers, “America is in trouble. They are trying to silence you,” in the opening statement of her Fox News show, “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”
Referencing the First Amendment, which guarantees free speech as the most basic and fundamental right of Americans, Pirro said putting an end to this right puts “our nation at risk and in danger of extinction.”
February 27, 2017
“If you don’t have the courage to do what you know needs to be done, then you don’t deserve to wear that badge.”
January 31, 2017
Pirro said such mayors, like Ed Lee (D-San Francisco) and Bill de Blasio (D-New York), will only hurt their own residents when severe budget cuts must be made.
In her opening statement on Saturday, Judge Jeanine Pirro slammed critics of President Trump’s hard-line stance on illegal immigration, including liberal mayors of sanctuary cities.
“You can march and you can hate; you can shame and you can demonize, but… law and order is back in the West,” Pirro said, referring to Trump’s executive order withholding federal grant money to cities who will not enforce federal immigration law.
January 21, 2017
“You break the law under Donald Trump, there’s going to be consequences,” Pirro warned.
Judge Jeanine Pirro slammed the protesters who vandalized property in the District of Columbia during President Trump’s inauguration.
Pirro called the activity “criminal anarchy”, and said each one of those involved in violent protest “deserved to be prosecuted and jailed.”
About 400 people protested Trump’s inauguration, during which demonstrations police were reportedly attacked, numerous businesses’ windows were shattered and a limousine was torched.
October 23, 2016
“I’m talking about crime. I’m talking about justice in this country. I’m talking about people who decide that what they are going do is incite riots and violence. That is against the law in the United States of America! And you cannot –,” she said before being interrupted.
During Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Judge Jeanine Pirro got into a heated discussion with fellow network personality Geraldo Rivera over operatives for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton who were caught on video planning to incite violence at Donald Trump rallies.
Pirro argued that she could indict the operatives “in three seconds.”
October 2, 2016
September 23, 2016
“What happened Wednesday night was horrific. I think all Americans needed to take stock of the rioters. These were not protesters, they were rioters. They were people who were tearing the fabric of our community apart. They were anarchists!” Judge Jeanine Pirro
Judge Jeanine Pirro sounded off on Fox & Friends on the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina, over the fatal shooting of a black man by a police officer.
The Justice host said that Wednesday night’s riots were caused by “anarchists” who traveled to Charlotte specifically to “make trouble,” not to protest.