In her opening statement, Saturday night, Judge Jeanine fretted that the Obama administration wasn’t taking the situation at the Al Asad Air Base in Iraq seriously enough. And she called on the president to stop goofing around and get serious about what is going on in the Middle East.
“320 US Marines stationed at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq are slowly being surrounded by ISIS – as lose as five miles away,” she began. “Certainly there can be no question from those watching from the Pentagon and the White House that our Marines are in danger.”
She added, “I worry that unless serious steps are taken by a real leader, we are setting ourselves up for a loss of American lives.”
As Commander in Chief, Mr President, you seem more concerned with the politics of war and the campaign promises to end conflicts and close Gitmo, than protect Americans.
Pirro made note of Obama’s recent claim that ISIS was suffering from “low moral.”
“You want to talk about moral?” she seethed. “Look in your own house! The definition of low moral is when the military announces that the US Army will pay for a sex change operation for a convicted spy, Bradley Manning, while veterans die because they can’t get doctor’s appointments.”
She sneered, “You spend your time looking ridiculous in a selfie for your health care program. I want to see a picture of you with your sleeves rolled up working on safeguarding this great nation.
Pirro then slammed him for not having a strategy to defeat ISIS and not using the word victory.
She ended the segment saying, “Mr. President, you need to get serious about what’s going on in the Middle East.
A manhunt is underway in Copenhagen after Two Deadly Shootings about two miles apart. Pirro had the latest.
She interviewed Republican Congressman Scott Perry, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee and the PA National Guard:
Perry expressed his “increasing concern on a military level, on a personal level, on a professional level …on the domino effect of terrorism that we see playing out every single day.”
“The president seems to have a tin ear to this situation from the standpoint that he can’t even name the enemy,” Perry noted.
UPDATE Via Weasel Zippers: Third Shooting In Copenhagen, This Time, Police Kill Shooter:
This time, shooter fired on police that were already there investigating in the area.
Via Al Arabiya:
Copenhagen police shot and killed a man near a train station on Sunday, hours after two people were killed and five wounded in two separate shootings in the Danish capital, Agence France-Presse reported.
“The police have fired shots at Noerrebro Station. One person is hit. Condition unknown,” Copenhagen police wrote on Twitter.
A man died earlier on Sunday after he was shot in the head several times before the shooter fled the scene following a fire exchange with police, Reuters news agency reported.