Judge Jeanine: This Is Why Hillary Is ‘Losing To A 74-Year-Old Socialist’ (Video)

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Judge Jeanine destroyed Hillary. Gotta love Jeanine for telling the truth just like it is…

Hillary Clinton “will say or do anything to get elected, including her own husband under the bus,” said Judge Jeanine Pirro.

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And given the influence of the super delegates and “the rigged system,” she could very well win the Democratic presidential nomination, the judge said in her opening statement on Justice.

“But can she win the presidency? I don’t think so.”

“The most ominous sign,” Pirro said, “is that Hillary’s losing to a 74-year-old socialist.”

One reason? When Americans hear the name Hillary Clinton, the words “dishonest,” “untrustworthy,” and “liar” all come to mind, she explained.

“Enter the socialist to hit her where it hurts.”

Judge Jeanine noted that “it took the socialist to do what the left-wing media wouldn’t – that is call you out on the fact that exports create jobs and imports destroy them.”

Pirro also slammed Clinton for acting as if she stood up to Wall Street, when in reality, “not one person has gone to jail as a result of the corruption and the fraud that has put us into an economic recession.”

She also called out the former Secretary of State for apologizing for using the term “super predator,” even after “urban gang members [were]dealing drugs and killing in their own neighborhoods.”

“You’d rather throw your own husband under the bus for that crime bill,” she said. “Oh. Your ‘husband signed it.’ Not only is that excuse weak, your moral core is even weaker.” More

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