Reacting to the red-hot debate over the “draw the prophet” contest that led to gunfire in Texas and the death of two jihadists intent on murder, Judge Jeanine Pirro delivered a passionate and persuasive defense of the First Amendment on her Fox News show Justice over the weekend. Pirro told her audience: “…the First Amendment wasn’t established to protect speech that everyone agrees with. The whole point is to protect even hate speech that offends, speech that insults.”
Then the fiery Fox News host went on to ask the question so many defenders of the First Amendment have raised in the wake of the Garland, Tx., event that became the target of terrorists who opened fire with automatic weapons in the name of Sharia law:
Since when are we willing to surrender our Constitution to keep peace with those hell bent on killing us anyway? The United States needs to stop wimping around and worrying about talk and start walking the walk. Political correctness be damned! We are at war.
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By clicking on the video above, you can watch Judge Jeanine’s warning about the very real possibility that the Obama administration will try to curtail our free speech rights in order to protect the tenets of Islam.
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