Jeanine Pirro: “In God We Trust – In This Government, Not So Much” (Video)

Pirro grabbed hold of the “trust” theme in her opening statement on her Fox Show show, “Justice With Judge Jeanine”, and she didn’t let go. It’s the swift eroding of “trust” people have in this dishonest and corrupt Regime that has made the NSA surveillance  story into such a scandal. We’re seeing  “hookers and drugs in the State Dept, Big Brother invading your privacy, and more vindictive retaliatory acts towards those Americans perceived by this administration as the enemy…” Who can trust such a Regime?

The big question, Pirro noted,  is whether Edward Snowden, “the whistleblower who told us the government collects information about every one of us, a hero or a traitor?”

While the jury is still out on that one, Pirro said she could tell us who the heroes are not.

-“They are not Dir. of Natl. Intelligence, James Clapper, who lied to our faces after swearing to tell the truth in front of a congressional oversight committee.”

-“And Atty Gen Eric Holder…He’s certainly no hero. He took an oath in front of a congressional oversight committee, and he lied to their faces, said he knew nothing about an outrageous search warrant for a reporter’s records and emails when he actually approved the request. You remember him? In over his Head Holder? Who thinks the way to solve gun crimes is to hand over free assault rifles to Mexican drug cartels and then lie and say he knew nothing about Fast and Furious.”

-“And heroes are certainly not people like Hillary Clinton, who said that ‘hateful video’ caused the massacre of four Americans in Benghazi. You remember her? The one who dodged that sniper fire after landing in Bosnia. That was the truth – until footage showed her walking calmly across the tarmac with her daughter. Hillary Clinton, who said 9/11 affected her deeply because Chelsea was jogging around the World Trade Center, that day. That was until Chelsea told the press that she was actually in bed, watching the coverage on television.”

She ran off a list of the scandals and outrages, calling them “unprecedented.”

And although the president says, don’t worry, “these NSA programs are subject to congressional oversight”, Pirro asks why should we should feel comfortable with that when members of his Regime come before congress and lie with impunity?

Pirro had on Ca. Congressman Devin Nunes who’s on the House Intel Committee to discuss the incredible new poll that indicates an alarming distrust of the Regime.

Videos via Mass Tea Party

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5 thoughts on “Jeanine Pirro: “In God We Trust – In This Government, Not So Much” (Video)

  1. Pirro, as usual, was on fire tonight. I would have hated to have done something wrong and ended up in her court. She can skewer with the best of them.

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  2. Snowden is a hero in my book. True some of us kinda knew that our computers were messing up quite a bit, thanks to Snowden, we really knew.

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  3. The question, it seems to me, isn’t whether government should or shouldn’t gather information (as did the GWB administration) about people who would harm the United States, but whether the government should be gathering information on every citizen at will, without cause or special reason, and without special review by FISA (as done by the current administration)?

    The Patriot Act was set up to chase the bad guys and was supposed to have safeguards against abuse of citizens. Collecting and storing all information about everybody is as contra-constitutional as it can get, and the administration and current FISA court should be slapped down at 100 MPH, criminally prosecuted for obvious abuses (both the applicants and the judges), and a new FISA court appointed that is not a rubber stamp for government employees (including the AG) who simply want to know who their political “enemies” are.

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