Judge Exposes Election Hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton & Jill Stein


“Hillary, now that Donald Trump is looking to help you heal, looking to help heal the nation, would it be fair to say, to use your own words, ‘It’s time to give Donald Trump his chance to lead?”

Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro delivered a haymaker of a monologue on Saturday night when she excoriated Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, and Democrat Party candidate Hillary Clinton for their stunning hypocrisy on free and fair elections. Stein is leading the charge in demanding a recount in the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania (all states won by Donald trump), even though the margin of victory was large enough to NOT trigger an automatic recount. Hypocritically, Stein isn’t seeking a recount in states where Clinton won by a slimmer margin than Trump did in these three rust belt states. To make matters worse, Clinton, who once mocked Trump for indicating he might not “accept” the election results if he lost, has now joined Stein in her efforts to upend a legal and fair election.

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Article posted with permission from Constitution.com

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