Judge Jeanine to Obama: ‘We Can Now Proudly Cling to Guns, Our Religion and Now Our New President-Elect’

Posted on 11/13/2016 3:48 AM in Politics

, but first my opening statement. At 10:32 A.M. today I received a phone call from president-elect Donald Trump who has known me since my time as a county judge and elected district attorney. He stated that he looks forward to beginning the process of making America great again and he thanks justice and all her viewers for their support. I am honored to have had the privilege to speak with both the president-elect and his beautiful wife future first lady Melania as America embarks on this very special journey. And indeed it’s been one amazing wild unpredictable ride and you’ve been with me the whole time. Thank you for that. Now, I told you from the beginning to strap in, that it would be a revolution. Indeed it was. Yes, there’s an insurrection coming. From the beginning we knew this would be a political revolution. Be careful, boys. Be very very careful. You don’t want to make this a different kind of revolution. I told you this election was a revolution, but even I didn’t know how big it would be. It’s worldwide. What happened in England is going to happen again. Next up, the United States. Next president, Donald J. Trump. And within the first moment of president-elect Donald Trump’s victory speech, he showed how elegant he was by congratulating Hillary Clinton.
>> She congratulated us. It’s about us, on our victory and I congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. I mean, she — she fought very hard. Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. I mean that very sincerely.
>> Not surprisingly he reached out to Mitt Romney and spoke with Jeb Bush and John Kasich Republicans who worked hard against him. As for the campaign itself they told you you didn’t matter, that if you supported him you were probably uneducated, small minded and irrelevant. You were beneath them. That if you wanted closed boarders, a nation state you weren’t Christian enough, not American enough, not big hearted enough, that if you didn’t see racism in every cop who walked the beat, you probably were a racist yourself. That if you used the term Muslim jihadist instead of terrorist you were an anti-religious bigot. Truth and honesty had no place in their politically correct society. If you opposed sanctuary cities where the protection of illegal criminal immigrants was the law, you were a hateful bigoted feb. They knew better than you. They tried to convince you that ObamaCare was great when all the time your deductible and premiums were sky rocketing that the economy wasn’t that bad, yet you had to work two and three jobs to just get along. Jobs that shipped overseas didn’t matter to them because they were part of the global economy. She even called you deplorable, irredeemable and not America. If you didn’t support her, you probably hated women and were backward. They tried to convince you that a lie wasn’t a lie if it came from her mouth. And the media, so corrupt, that they shared debate questions with her to give her the edge, tried to beat you down by repeatedly telling you it was useless to even show up at the polls. And even though the president of the United States did his very best on the eve of the election to trash him and mock him as a joke and unfit, bringing out jz and Springsteen, Beyonce and gaga, it didn’t matter. In spite of it all, even though we felt forgotten, alone and beaten down, we all came home because this wasn’t an election. It was a revolution. We came home to where our forefathers in their genius had always planned, back to America, back to who we are, back to the Constitution. And yes, Mr. Soon to be ex-president Obama, we can now proudly claim to guns our religion and now our new president-elect Donald J. Trump. And that’s my open. Tell me what you think on my Facebook page or Twitter. #Judge Jeanine.

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