Jeanine Pirro: US ‘in Peril of Becoming Fascist State’ Under Biden

Jeanine Pirro: US 'in Peril of Becoming Fascist State' Under Biden Jeanine Pirro  speaks against a blue background Judge Jeanine Pirro of FOX News Network (Mike Theiler / AFP via Getty Images)

By Eric Mack | Sunday, 11 April 2021 09:32 AM

The early days of President Joe Biden's administration has exacerbated the unwinding of Americans' rights and freedoms and his "official position on the right to bear arms puts us in peril of becoming a fascist state," Fox News' Jeanine Pirro warns.

"Gun control's an illusion," Pirro shot back in her opening statement of her Saturday show "Justice w/Judge Jeanine."

Biden himself desecrated the Constitution with remarks this week, Pirro noted, playing a clip of the president rejecting the law of the land.

"Nothing, nothing I am about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment," Biden said in the clip. "But no amendment, no amendment to the Constitution is absolute."

Actually, Pirro noted, the Constitution's law are exactly that.

"Really? Really?" Pirro responded. "Oh, no Constitutional amendment is absolute? Where did you hear that one? Or better question: Who made you king?

"You know, seven years ago I said we can't blame peaceful Muslims for what radical Muslims do any more than we can blame peaceful gun owners for what nut jobs do," she added.

Pirro ripped Biden for using mass shootings as "political subterfuge to take away the everyday man's guns."

"You don't have a clue, or maybe you do," Pirro said.

Criminals do not follow laws, especially gun laws, she continued, saying a criminal does not submit to buying a gun legally and being subject to an FBI background check.

"Chicago has one of the strictest gun laws in the nation and some of the highest gun crime rates in the nation," Pirro said. "What does that tell you, Joe? That tells you gun control's an illusion."

The left's war on police is precisely the time to protect gun rights, she added.

"You want to chip away at my gun rights now?" she continued. "The way to combat gun crime is to prosecute the criminal and make sure he learns not to commit the crime again.

"It is to find out where he got the gun. Was there a straw purchaser involved? Was the gun trafficked illegally? Get an informant. Get a warrant. Squeeze people who have information until you move up the chain. This is not rocket science. It is fundamental law enforcement.

"So stop with the nonsense of putting law-abiding people, gun owners through hoops like dogs in a dog show."

Pirro did note there are some Americans who should be subject to scrutiny on their gun rights, however, including those with mental illness and drug-abuse problems, notably President Biden's son Hunter.

"Criminals and unstable individuals or those with drug abuse problems like your son Hunter should not be able to get a gun," she concluded. "Why don't you start working on those problems? Criminals are not afraid of you. In fact, they are laughing at you."

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