Clinton says one thing and does another all in the name of getting elected.On “Justice,” Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s newly unveiled homeland security plan.
Pirro said that Clinton poses a greater danger to national security than the head of a terrorist cell.
She criticized Clinton for saying we need to defeat offshoots of al-Qaeda after refusing, as head of the State Department, to label Boko Haram — the Nigeria-based Islamic group that captured hundreds of schoolgirls in 2014 — a terrorist organization.
Pirro cited reports of Clinton’s “relationship with a Nigerian land developer who gave your family’s foundation 5 million dollars.”
“And we should trust you? With the presidency of the United States?”
Pirro also criticized Clinton for saying “we can’t afford another major ground war in the Middle East” after spearheading a mission to topple Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi.
“You instigated a good deal of what you and others call the Arab spring, which has turned out to be a nightmare for millions of Arabs who’ve been slaughtered.”
Pirro said Clinton’s new plan amounts to “shallow slogans” after failing to make a difference as Secretary of State before ISIS became the most powerful terror organization in history.