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“Since when if you verbally lean right are you responsible for the left’s physical reaction?”

Within that opening statement of Judge Jeanine Pirro lies the simple yet profound logic to the entire media frenzied escapade of Donald Trumps two rallies over the weekend.

The good judge continued with her opening statement; “Since when if you state an opinion are you responsible for someone's reaction?” she asked. “Since when do you have the right to interrupt my First Amendment right to listen to a candidate for the highest office in the land?”

“This is America. Not the Soviet Union,” said Judge Jeanine.

Yet that basic right to ones “free speech” seems to have gotten lost within this politically correct environment, moreover those within the “establishment” including “all the candidates” on both sides of the political aisle verbally assaulted Trump, while ignoring those well orchestrated troublemakers (holding Bernie signs) and physically interrupting and in some instances assaulting Trump supporters.

That’s is exactly what the “crazies” did in Chicago, and again in Kansas City, to more than 25,000 who came to hear Donald Trump, and then again in Ohio.

Protesters, of course, have the right to dissent, said Judge Jeanine.

But “you cannot defend assault by arguing verbal provocation," she warned.
“This is America, you cannot stop us and you cannot silence us. Beware the sleeping giant – the silent majority of us. We will not be silenced.”

h/t: Fox

 

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