JUDGE JEANINE: Obama, Instead of Blaming Guns, Why Don’t You Start Shooting Terrorists?

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Judge Jeanine Pirro royally went after Barack Obama on gun control on Fox News yesterday. He will meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch tomorrow to go over proposed executive orders to implement more gun control. He wants to instill background checks for all those who buy a gun at a gun show. He also wants to unconstitutionally take guns away from everyone on the no-fly list – a list that is full of errors – a list of people that have not been convicted of anything and that could be used as a de facto enemies list. Pirro rightly says that Obama should not be focused on removing guns, but rather using them to take out terrorists. If only.

From Breitbart:

During the Saturday broadcast of “Justice” on Fox News Channel, host Judge Jeanine Pirro urged President Barack Obama to take his focus away from removing guns and instead, using guns to take down terrorists.

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Pirro said Obama is “dilly-dallying in the leftist political ideology” when it comes to gun control, while he should be focused on protecting Americans and letting them defend themselves.

“Mr. President, the issue is terrorism, not mass shootings. And yet, because of a political agenda, you refuse to the biggest danger that we face. Instead of blaming guns, why don’t you start shooting terrorists? Now, maybe you don’t have time to focus on this because you’re too busy emptying Guantanamo and trading deserters for Taliban generals. And as a result of your dilly-dallying in the leftist political ideology, you should be focused on protecting us and letting us defend ourselves. The police cannot do it all.”

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