According to Judge Jeanine Pirro, the left wingers keep changing the rules. She says the “intolerant” ones who dress in all black are all about promoting their own political agendas.
She says they’re the protesters wearing black Ninja suits and burning buildings. They’re also the judges wearing black robes who “burn the Constitution” just to undermine the authority and power of President Trump “from using his plenary powers to protect Americans.”
Pirro said in this weekend’s opening statement:
“This is bigger than a travel ban, bigger than a debate question.
The left is changing black letter law and journalistic standards and the Constitution in order to satisfy their agenda.”
Pirro was reacting to the decision of Judge Derrick Watson, the one that blocks the revised travel ban proposed by the President because of “campaign rhetoric.”
“Since when do you look outside the four corners of an executive order… and reach back to what a president said on a campaign trail?” Pierre asked.
Watson ruled the temporary ban on six Arab countries unconstitutional, because it violated the First Amendment’s Establishment (of religion) Clause, although religion wasn’t mentioned in the president’s order.
“Religion is not used as preference or an exception” in Trump’s order, Pirro observed.
Blasting to Watson as “a Harvard genius,” she said that he blocked the order’s implementation because “it prevents Hawaiians from receiving visits from their relatives from” the six countries that were subject to the temporary ban.
She said that the court claimed that the order “harmed tourism” from those countries and prevented employers from recruiting “from places like Syria.”
After noting that “Hawaii hasn’t taken in one refugee from these countries,” Pirro recommended that “all refugees — all 100,000 of them — go directly to Hawaii.”
Then Pirro shifted her focus to former Democratic National Committee interim Chairwoman Donna Brazile, who after months of denial, admitted that she had slipped debate questions to Hillary Clinton during the campaign.
She obtained the questions while she was a CNN contributor.
Despite that, Clinton lost the general election, “which shows you how bad Hillary really was as a candidate.”
Then Pirro tied Watson’s decision into a neat bow with Brazile’s actions.
“Look, judges cannot make decisions based upon their politics or their intense dislike for our president” she said.
“And likewise, journalists like Donna Brazile should not be able to lie their way into the chair of the Democratic National Committee.”