Judge Jeanine: It’s a White House-sanctioned mob

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Justice Jeanine Pirro tore apart the left for not believing in ‘law and order’ as pro-abortion activists protest outside Supreme Court justices’ homes on ‘The five.”

JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO: We have a Department of Justice that does not believe in the equal application of the law. They decide when they are going to apply the law and against whom they are going to apply this law. They’ve proven it time and time again and the unfortunate thing is that about 55% of Americans think it’s absolutely inappropriate to demonstration in front of the judges’ homes. This is not only inappropriate, it is downright illegal.

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It’s title 18, section 1507. So what we have here is a crowd. “You know, we believe in peaceful protest.”

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It felt like the summer of 2020. These are peaceful protests as they have fires of burning buildings behind them. The left is the party of anarchy, chaos and institutional disruption that is committed to the theater, where they try to convince the American people that January 6 was about institutional disruption and I went out and i I said they should be prosecuted, but what they are doing right now is the people of January 6 for trespassing, they have been in solitary confinement for 6 months and but these people, the attempted assassination of a Supreme Court justiceit’s “Don’t worry about it. We won’t even cover it in the news.”

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Americans need to understand that we are at a tipping point here. The left does not believe in justice. He doesn’t believe in law and order and they hated him from the moment Donald Trump mentioned it in 2016.

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