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Judge Jeanine Pirro and Donald Trump no doubt come from different environments and experiences, however both share one common trait, they’re both brutally honest and aren’t intimidated by political correctness.

And that was surely on display yet again when the good judge appeared on The O'Reilly Factor on Friday, to once again give her opinion about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Pirro like Trump likes to keep things real, and when Eric Bolling (sitting in for O’Reilly) raised the issue of people within the audience at the DNC chanting “Black Lives Matter” as family members of slain police officers was introduced Pirro pounced.

Pirro as is her style doesn’t mince words grew agitated stating

"And I have to tell you, Eric, I have a real problem with that. The whole concept of Black Lives Matter, the genesis, it began in Ferguson with Michael Brown and with Trayvon Martin. Trayvon Martin, the defendant was acquitted. In Ferguson, with Michael Brown, they didn't even bring charges up against him. The Justice Department couldn't bring anything against him. So, it was based on a lie, 'Hands up, don't shoot.' Now, this whole Black Lives Matter movement is based on something that is not true."

Moreover Pirro once again recounted what is undisputed fact that Brown was a “thug” who “reached for a cop’s gun!”

Ironically while Brown has become the poster child for the movement, a cop’s life was destroyed, for nothing more than performing his duty and fighting back in “self-defense.”

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