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On "Justice" last night, Judge Jeanine Pirro said the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union is just the beginning of a worldwide revolution, and the next in line is the U.S.
"The world is changing, and all you elite, establishment, ruling class, condescending Washington bigwigs, who think you know better than ordinary Americans, are out," Judge Jeanine said. "Start packing. Your days are numbered."
She said that the millions of American citizens who are unhappy with the direction of the country will catapult Donald Trump into the White House.
"It's time to take the country back," Judge Jeanine stated.
"Every week, I speak to you in front of a backdrop. But it's so much more than that. It's the American flag. It represents the spilled blood and treasure of those who gave up everything for this great nation. It stands for freedom, equality and justice. And I’m damn proud of it."
What happened in England is going to happen again. Next stop: the United States. Next president: Donald J. Trump.
What happened in the U.K. is just the beginning. The world is changing, and all you elite establishment, ruling class, condescending Washington bigwigs who think you know better than ordinary Americans are out. Start packing. Your days are numbered.
I told you this election was a revolution - but even I didn't know how big it would be.
It's worldwide. The headlines scream it. The working class who toil everyday to pay their rent and put food on their families' tables are tired of being lectured by the fat cats in Washington and Brussels who preach what we need and when we need it. The Brits in a monumental upset made their voices heard this week voting to exit the European Union. You know the place with open borders being overrun by immigrants as they watch their economies falter. Similarly, Americans fed up with this "we are the world” dance will catapult Donald Trump to the White House.
News flash: we don't want an internationalist country, world banks, globalization of our economy, a country with no border and no identity. You are not allowed to change the identity of this country. Americans want a nation-state, our own country with a history of freedom combined with responsibility. And yet our proud history - even our money - is being rewritten to accommodate a new world view.
We are so beaten down by political correctness that most of us are numb to the surrender of America.
And as for those naysayers. The ones who say Donald Trump just can't win, listen up: those naysayers in England, got it all wrong. Prime Minister Cameron got it all wrong you know-the one who criticized Donald trump for his temporary ban on Muslims... And now he's out. Obama too got it all wrong-- jetting to England as if he were the world's dictator-telling the Brits what's good for them. And while we're at it-- Hillary Clinton got it wrong on just about everything, except her bank account.
When the president of the United States - a country founded on Judeo Christian ethics - tells Christians at a prayer breakfast no less, to get off their high horse, after Christians get their heads cut off-not even willing to mention Islamic extremism when the president of the united states allows hordes of immigrants who's names-- let alone backgrounds - we don't even know - as ISIS proudly announces they are infiltrating these refugees... When states are not even notified who the federal government is sending to live in their neighborhoods, flying in unknowns from central America and the middle east en masse, who demand Sharia law in place of American law - then we are in the wilderness, folks.
And I don't want to hear that Americans need to be more humble that we need more humility that my free speech needs to be tamped down so as not to offend another’s' religion.
Nowhere does our Constitution say we cannot say something about another's religion. Nowhere does our Constitution say we cannot say anything that offends someone. And by the way nowhere does it say I can't have a gun. Do not use our Constitution against us while you use the same Constitution to shield those who violate our laws, showering them with all the rights and benefits but none of the responsibilities.
When our president's first response to an American getting his head cut off is to show up in a golf cart and then keep on golfing-when he and his attorney generals response to Americans being killed by Muslim terrorists is to stand up for Muslims, then it’s time to take our country back
And don't tell me that to not take these people in is not who we are. I know who we are.
My grandfather was part of the greatest generation that stormed the beach in Normandy. My dad saw the plume in Nagasaki. And later died because of it. No. Don't you preach to me. I know who we are and I know who I am. I am an unapologetic nationalist. I am an unapologetic American.
And that Statue of Liberty - give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses
We never had a problem taking them in from the beginning. We are the most generous country in the world. I’ve sworn in newly naturalized citizens for years and have never been more proud of America. But they have to do it legally. They have to swear allegiance to America, follow our laws, and not be exempt from arrest because of their illegal status, as they are in sanctuary cities.
Even the Supreme Court had to stop the president, who attempted to ban the deportation of four million illegals and give them an automatic right to work here.
When a man running for president proudly carries with him the sword of socialism and when a woman running for president accepts monies from countries that kill gays and stone women to death for her family's so called charity, when their holdings are invested in the Cayman Islands, and her husband is middle man to some of the world's biggest deals, as they feather their nest at the expense of America, it's time to take the country back.
No, I don't believe in globalization. I don't believe in this international mumbo jumbo. I don't believe in self-denigration. I believe in our nation-state. I believe in borders. And I believe in the law, the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence that outlines the character of who we are. Every week, I speak to you in front of a backdrop. But it's so much more than that. It's the American flag. It represents the spilled blood and treasure of those who gave up everything for this great nation. It stands for freedom, equality and justice. And I’m damn proud of it.
|By Norman E. Hooben|