Judge Jeanine: ‘You May Not Have a Place in Hillary Clinton’s America’

During her “Opening Statement” on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” host Judge Jeanine Pirro lambasted Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, saying that her presidency would be bad for women for Bill Clinton’s treatment of women, as well as Christians for their “severely backward” views — in the words of Clinton campaign staffers.

Partial transcript as follows: 

I’ve got news for you. You may not have a place in Hillary Clinton’s America. She has her own war on women. Evidence: what the women Bill Clinton violated said about her. She even has her own war on religion. The woman is utterly against religious liberty. No surprise there, since it’s her pal Barack Obama whose policy she wants to continue, who took the Little Sisters of the Poor to the United States Supreme Court to force them to provide contraceptives and the morning after pill under Obamacare to their employees, a violation of their religious beliefs.

Evidence: WikiLeaks this week. The communications director, along with a now campaign chairman for Hillary Clinton and a Democratic strategist mock Catholics and evangelical Christians for quote, “their backward views.” Their anti-Christian bigotry is palpable. They, Hillary and her gang, talk of a need for a Catholic spring and a desire to plant the seeds of a revolution in Catholic teaching — reminiscent of the Arab spring, that they were complicit in in the Middle East — which is now in chaos. The same people who fret after Americans are killed, whose worst fear is not the Americans who were killed, but an anti-Muslim backlash. the same group that told American Christians in a national prayer breakfast, “You Christians, you get off your high horses” after we were being beheaded by Muslims. Are any of you confident that this woman will appoint Supreme Court justices who are going to protect your First Amendment religious liberty?

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