Judge Jeanine Pirro’s opening statement on Saturday’s ‘Justice’ was a rant for the ages, and I suspect she speaks for a great many Americans, including me.
She didn’t pull any punches as she excoriated mama jihadi for her for having the audacity to complain about America after what her sons did, and the Obama Regime for their failures in the war on terror.
Transcript via Fox News:
In New York Harbor stands a mighty woman with a torch, beckoning the huddled masses yearning to breathe free, and the wretched refuse from tempest tossed shores to her as she lifts her lamp beside the golden door.
And they were by all accounts just that — a family fleeing a tyrannical government. A family seeking political asylum. The very people to whom that mighty woman holds out her welcoming torch.
This week, as America wakens from the nightmare visited upon Boston, as many painfully start the long road to recovery, we begin to comprehend the enormity of the violence that was visited upon us.
The Tsarnaev family — a father, mother, two sons — were granted political asylum in 2002. We opened our arms to them. Showered them with food, money, housing, education and all the freedoms of American citizens.
And look at how we were repaid.
Here’s how Tamerlan’s mother describes her son.
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva: “But, all around, he was really nice, and he never rejected anyone American just because they’re Americans.”
Really? He never rejected anyone American?
After opening our arms to you, we should be grateful that you and your terrorist son didn’t reject us?
Does that sound like a mother already devastated by the death of one son? Or a woman on her own radical jihad, willing to sacrifice yet another son in honor of their god?
And get this one:
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva: “Why didn’t you send him to Guantanamo or whatever? Why? Why? Why did they have to kill him?”
Why didn’t they send him to Guantanamo? So now you knew he was a Muslim jihadist? That you raised a Muslim jihadist? If he’s innocent, why would he even need to go to Guantanamo?
Take a look at this one:
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva: “Why did I even go there? Why? I thought America is going to, like, protect us, our kids; it’s going to be safe. […] America took my kids away from me!”
America took your sons from you?
They injured more than 200. Blinded, deafened, and blew legs and arms off of innocent civilians. Turning the city of Boston into a locked-down war zone of casualties, amputees, and a future of post-traumatic stress.
And America should protect you?
Your sons killed Americans.
We’re the ones who needed protection.
And you ask why did I even go there? I’ll tell you why. You came to suck the fat of our land.
To take our money.
To educate your terrorist sons.
To steal from us.
To go on public assistance.
To get housing and food stamps.
While you’re driving your Mercedes Benz. All the while, your family’s going back and forth to the very country from which you claimed political refuge.
Did you guys lie on that petition? By the way — that’s perjury.
And then, you’re a thief and you’re charged with theft. You’re put on a terror watch list. Your son is charged with beating a girlfriend. Your other son is a pot head. Neither of them working or employed — traveling back and forth.
Most Americans can’t even afford a vacation. They’re losing their homes. If they’re lucky enough to have a job, they live check to check. The elderly choose between food and medicine. Servicemen and women are getting cuts in their benefits.
And when hardworking Americans want to know how you guys can afford this, the governor of Massachusetts refuses to reveal what kind of taxpayer assistance Tamerlan got on grounds of privacy.
Privacy? What privacy?
Governor, you take our money and give it to this guy, and you want to protect his privacy? You want to protect his rights?
He’s dead. He’s a terrorist. He has no rights. But it’s okay to invade my privacy, and publish my name and where I live on an interactive map, because I am a lawful gun owner.
And now, mother of Islamic jihadis — the Obama administration, at break-neck speed rushes in a federal judge. Stops the FBI in the middle of an interrogation to arraign your son and shower him with even more rights.
The right to remain silent. The right to an attorney. Unparalleled medical care. All the protections of the American Constitution.
Because the president and his buddy, Eric Holder, want the world to think better of us. They want the world to see the American justice system at its best.
Really? They hate us. They chant death to America. They burn us in effigy and we give them billions, and F-16’s, and armored tanks.
As they laugh their way to the bank and the airfield.
And when they kill us, we don’t even send in reinforcements for our own, fighting for eight hours in Benghazi.
And we want them to like us?
Honestly? I don’t much care about what the world thinks of us or our criminal justice system.
They come here to kill us and we worry about what they think of us?
I don’t want to show the rest of the world how our justice system works. I honestly don’t give a damn.
They say you’re planning on coming here. But hope springs eternal, and maybe the system will work and that watch list you’re on will stop you.
But I imagine they’ll let you in. And if they do, I can only pray that they’ll activate that outstanding bench warrant against you for larceny.
And what’s that? You can’t afford an attorney? Too damn bad.
And I have an idea. You and your son should be stripped of your citizenship, tried in a military tribunal in Guantanamo.
Lady, you should not be allowed here.
We don’t want you here. We should not be required to breathe the same air as you.
We should not be required to suffer the indignity of your presence.
A counterpoint brought to you via “the undertaker”: Alan Colmes urges sympathy for Tsarnaevs’ anti-American, ‘grieving mother’…
He’s just “not gonna beat up on a grieving mother”: