Judge Pirro Has a Conversation With the Prsident

15 Comments on Judge Pirro Has a Conversation With the Prsident

  1. Is RBG playing dead to hide from a National Emergency Emergency 9th ruling, should that happen?
    Would she hide like that?
    Who is she HIDING from?
    Would THEY give her a comfy pillow for a 4-4 50/50 split delay?

  2. You can’t say Trump isn’t a President of the people. I’m sure this makes the left cringe. What other President, beside Reagan, would have the balls to do something this unscripted? He can do it, because he knows his shit and knows he’s right.
    God Bless and keep DJT safe.

  3. My father passed away before Obama, which was a good thing as he would’ve been tormented by him.

    I just wish now that Dad could see and hear President Donald Trump. He would be very happy that we actually have a leader that doesn’t cower in the face of enemies.

  4. Personally I wish he’s quit dancing around with the dems just declare an emergency and get the wall completed as soon as humanly possible. The illegals are pouring across in the thousands daily and they’ll never be forced to leave. The more of them that stay the more power the left has for leverage. The strain on our public services is at the breaking point and to allow this to continue is national suicide. Just as important is the dilution of the culture which will never be returned to the way it was.

  5. Yes gin blossom the dilution of our culture is a worry. Mexican descent people are Christian but we can’t be converting everything to Spanish. The non-Christians are all ok except for the devout mohammadans whose religion is part of an evil political cult. See the young woman granted asylum to Canada in the last couple of days for leaving islam and being mortally threatened by her own family for it. Media never delves into the reason why (though who what where when why is their job they’re supposed to learn in journalism school) Also recent report is non-Hispanic whites’ birthrate will not replace themselves. Teach your kids to get married and have families or it’s all Spanish in a century or less.

  6. When they start crying about the federal employees going for weeks with out pay and how horrible the President is, throw this in their faces:
    “At the close of the Revolutionary War in America, a perilous moment in the life of the fledgling American republic occurred as officers of the Continental Army met in Newburgh, New York, to discuss grievances and consider a possible insurrection against the rule of Congress. They were angry over the failure of Congress to honor its promises to the army regarding salary, bounties and life pensions. The officers had heard from Philadelphia that the American government was going broke and that they might not be compensated at all.”

    “After reading a portion of the letter with his eyes squinting at the small writing, Washington suddenly stopped. His officers stared at him, wondering. Washington then reached into his coat pocket and took out a pair of reading glasses. Few of them knew he wore glasses, and were surprised.
    “Gentlemen,” said Washington, “you will permit me to put on my spectacles, for I have not only grown gray but almost blind in the service of my country.”
    In that single moment of sheer vulnerability, Washington’s men were deeply moved, even shamed, and many were quickly in tears, now looking with great affection at this aging man who had led them through so much. Washington read the remainder of the letter, then left without saying another word, realizing their sentiments.
    His officers then cast a unanimous vote, essentially agreeing to the rule of Congress. Thus, the civilian government was preserved and the experiment of democracy in America continued.”
    These soldiers fought and some died in service to our country without confidence they would ever be compensated by the government they put their lives on the line for.
    Any federal employee who whines about getting delayed pay for sitting at home can go to hell. They should have saved some money for rainy days…

  7. In all honesty, a 25% reduction in the government, and most of the agencies that are closed brings us closer to where we were in the 1960’s.
    I’m OK with that. The 1960’s were the best times in the history of the USA (except for the commie agitators).
    Go back and look at the beginning of the 60’s. Where would we be if Goldwater had won…?


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