This turned up on the FacePlace today:
Here’s a brief (yet complete withal) summary: Jeanine Pirro thinks Muslims are scary and said so.
Really, that’s it.
But Dale, you will marvel, what was the damaging leaked info about Obama that “Judge” Jeanine Pirro exposed? And what exactly does her furry look like? (Okay, so you might want to go read the first sentence.)
Spoiler alert: there is no damaging leaked info about Obama.
Nothing. Nada. I read the article three times thinking I had missed something. But no, it’s not there. The headline has nothing to do with the article.
And the article is simply telling us that “Judge” Jeanine Pirro said some things. On the teevee.
By doing so, of course, she’s become a “political enemy of the White House.” We guess. There’s no link to any kind of statement from the White House. There’s not even an educated guess about an Enemies List, which I think is just lazy rightwing martyrdom-doing.
But given how vindictive the President is—oh, come on, you know how he yells on the teevee and calls people names and threatens them1—we all would be astonished if Pirro’s days were not numbered. You just know we’ll find her in a ditch any day now.
I like the way Pirro rants about House Resolution 569, or Condemning Violence, Bigotry, and Hateful Rhetoric Towards Muslims in the United States Act; the author of the article immediately confuses it with an actual bill before Congress. I guess she didn’t get to that webpage when she was homeschooled.2
Somehow neither Pirro nor the author of the article seems to realize that this “bill” “establishing Sharia law”3 had to have been passed by the Republican House. Such is the power of Islamic terrorists, I suppose.
Pirro also makes the whoa-if-true statement that Islam is the only religion “protected” by this “bill.” I wonder if she read it.4 Yes, Islam is the only religion mentioned in the resolution, but perhaps that might be because the House of Representatives wanted to offer their “thoughts and prayers” to any member of that religion who finds themselves in danger because of rightwing demagogues like “Judge” Jeanine Pirro.
::sigh:: Another day, another rightwinger throwing stones at themselves because no one else is doing it.
I’d feel sorry for them if they weren’t enjoying it so much.
1 Oh wait. That’s Donald Drumpf I’m thinking of. My bad.
2 Sorry, homeschoolers, that was a cheap shot. I apologize. I was just highly amused that the first and most succinct explanation I found of the difference between a resolution and a bill was on a conservative homeschool site, i.e., this author had resources congenial to his/her worldview and failed to use them.
3 No, really, another nutjob website headlined the resolution exactly this way. I will not link to it, if only because ALL THE TEXT ON THE PAGE IS CENTERED, KENNETH!
4 Spoiler alert: she didn’t.