Judge Jeanine: We Are At Risk of Losing Our Greatness


In her opening statement on Saturday’s Justice With Judge Jeanine, judge Pirro said that we reward illegals whose backgrounds we don’t know:

“…The irony is that those who respectfully wait their turn and get a visa, and come here legally, and learn our history, and swear allegiance to the United States, who want to scrimp and save, they have to pay for their own lawyers, while the illegals get them for free…”

“…It comes down to one thing: The strength of the President to again defy the odds, the naysayers, and the doubters. To do what no president has done: Fix this mess. This is Donald Trump’s moment in history. And I for one believe in the man and the moment. So should you.”

The problem with Jeb Bush – Todd Starnes

“If you want a president who defends the illegals and supports education system that makes our children stupid, then you can vote for the Democrat or Jeb Bush.” – Transcript below video

Hello, I’m Todd Starnes. The problem with Jeb Bush: That’s the subject of today’s commentary. Jeb Bush is running for the White House – Even has an exclamation mark behind his name for added effect. JEB! But quite frankly he should have used a question mark. There are a disturbing number unanswered questions surrounding what a Bush White House would look like. First and foremost the former governor’s position on the illegals. By all accounts, he seems to favor what looks very much like amnesty. Here’s what he said last March in remarks covered by the Daily Caller: The best plan, the most realistic plan, the grown up plan once you control the border is to say let these folks achieve earned legal status. If we just keep people in the shadows, we are not going to solve our immigration problems. Smells like and amnesty to me folks. We need a president willing to stop what is a de facto invasion of the United States.

And then there’s Common Core. In the past he’s called criticism of Common Core purely political and troubling. Folks, Common Core teaches kids to hate America. One lesson compared the Boston Tea Party to an act of terrorism. Another portrayed the presidents on Mount Rushmore as racist slave owners. Under Common Core, the Islamic faith has been given accommodation in American classrooms. Children are being taught there was no true god but Allah. And yet Governor Bush seems to believe the critics of such nonsense are the problem.

So here’s the bottom line: If you want a president who defends the illegals and supports education system that makes our children stupid, then you can vote for the Democrat or Jeb Bush. Finally, I will be giving a major speech this weekend at our nation’s capital at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road it to the Majority conference. A number a presidential candidates will also be speaking including Governor Bush Ralph Reed’s put together a fantastic program. You can get more info at roadtomajority. com and if you happen to be in DC this weekend, drop by and say howdy. Thanks for watching. I’m Todd Starnes.

The problem with Jeb Bush – Todd Starnes

“If you want a president who defends the illegals and supports education system that makes our children stupid, then you can vote for the Democrat or Jeb Bush.” – Transcript below video

Hello, I’m Todd Starnes. The problem with Jeb Bush: That’s the subject of today’s commentary. Jeb Bush is running for the White House – Even has an exclamation mark behind his name for added effect. JEB! But quite frankly he should have used a question mark. There are a disturbing number unanswered questions surrounding what a Bush White House would look like. First and foremost the former governor’s position on the illegals. By all accounts, he seems to favor what looks very much like amnesty. Here’s what he said last March in remarks covered by the Daily Caller: The best plan, the most realistic plan, the grown up plan once you control the border is to say let these folks achieve earned legal status. If we just keep people in the shadows, we are not going to solve our immigration problems. Smells like and amnesty to me folks. We need a president willing to stop what is a de facto invasion of the United States.

And then there’s Common Core. In the past he’s called criticism of Common Core purely political and troubling. Folks, Common Core teaches kids to hate America. One lesson compared the Boston Tea Party to an act of terrorism. Another portrayed the presidents on Mount Rushmore as racist slave owners. Under Common Core, the Islamic faith has been given accommodation in American classrooms. Children are being taught there was no true god but Allah. And yet Governor Bush seems to believe the critics of such nonsense are the problem.

So here’s the bottom line: If you want a president who defends the illegals and supports education system that makes our children stupid, then you can vote for the Democrat or Jeb Bush. Finally, I will be giving a major speech this weekend at our nation’s capital at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road it to the Majority conference. A number a presidential candidates will also be speaking including Governor Bush Ralph Reed’s put together a fantastic program. You can get more info at roadtomajority. com and if you happen to be in DC this weekend, drop by and say howdy. Thanks for watching. I’m Todd Starnes.