Ever since Trump had General Soleimani taken out, the backlash from Democrats and liberals has been relentless.
Judge Jeanine Pirro, however, had a different take, telling the Dems “the days of appeasement are over.”
It’s a New Day
During the Obama years, the United States spent more time apologizing and backpedaling than it did taking up for the people of this country.
Clearly, those days are over.
During Judge Jeanine’s most recent opening statement, she made it clear there is a new administration in charge and it’s not one that will back down to any country, including Iran.
“Yes, indeed — the days of appeasement are over.
“Gone are the days when the U.S. fetes Iran, brings her to the table to give $150 billion and an additional $400 million on pallets flown in unmarked planes as the United States lets out the Gitmo detainees to return to the battlefield.
“We now have a president who negotiates strength, not from weakness.
“A man who has exhibited tremendous restraint while constantly being provoked by Iran.
“His redline was the killing of an American and true to his word, it was only then that he responded.
“He tried everything, and economic sanctions were imposed, themselves recognize the appropriate responsible action in the spectrum of diplomacy.
“And yet, they continued to poke the eye of the tiger.
“The president even tweeted, ‘Iran will pay a very big price for any damage or loss of life. This is not a warning; it is a threat.’
“So, should we roll over and let them kill us? Should we decide who should they kill first? Or how many of us we will tolerate being killed before we act?
“Should we allow further casualties?
“It’s not an act of war. It’s not unauthorized force when the commander-in-chief is defending Americans from imminent deadly harm.
“And for those bozos who favored the president to distract us from impeachment, he could have done this on any one of the last 1,079 days because they’ve been trying to impeach him since day one.”
I could not have said it better myself.
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