tv Justice With Judge Jeanine FOX News April 11, 2015 9:00pm-10:01pm PDT
>> hello. welcome to hello. welcome to "justice." i'm judge gentleman mejeanine p. >> tomorrow hillary clinton announces her candidacy for president of the united states and i want a woman president. given our current president and all that we have been through, i want someone who says what she means and means what she says. i want someone who understands and respects the judeo christian ethic upon which this country was founded. i want someone who cares about us, someone who cares about the american people.
hillary clinton is not that person she is only out for herself. it's never her fault. it's all about convenience. she didn't know. and in the end, what difference does it make? if you think that hillary clinton, the self described champion of women and children cares about you, your kids or anyone else for that matter, you are sorely mistaken. if you care about children, you don't gloat and you don't laugh about a 41-year-old pedophile charged with first degree rape of a 12-year-old sixth grader. take a listen to lawyer hillary still with her arkansas twang on recently unearthed audiotapes from the mid '80s, talking about the very rapist she represented in 1975. laughing about the fact that her client actually passed a lie
detector. >> i had him take a polygraph which he passed. >> really funny when a pedophile beats a polygraph, isn't it? and hillary, he destroyed your faith if polygraphs. as in you knew he was guilty but still passed. and by the way, didn't you just violate the attorney-client privilege? but you are so proud of yourself. you gloat on tape that if you can get a particular expert interested in the case he'll testify so that it comes out just the way you want it to come out. and when you get that expert ready to testify, the way you want, you go to the prosecutor and tell him this -- >> well, this guy's ready to come from new york to prevent the miscarriage of justice. >> you are laughing because you know it's not a miscarriage of
justice, aren't you? but hillary, that's not all. you go for the kill. you decide to smear and attack the credibility of a helpless, 12-year-old raped by two men. so beaten, so damaged she ended up in the hospital with her mother at 4:00 a.m., never able to have children. so damaged, she suffered decades of depression, so damaged that at the tender age of 13 she tried to kill herself. and your papers, hillary, you say without any proof, other than your own concoction that the 12-year-old victim had made up previous attacks, was emotionally unstable, sought the company of older men, and fantasized about it and she was from a dysfunctional, as you call it disorganized family. you blame the victim, and you laugh about it.
you take a bow and you laugh that you gamed the system. proudly announcing that you got the rapist two months instead of 30 years to life. and you want us to believe that you are going to protect us? hillary, although some of those files in the case were destroyed, what wasn't destroyed was the victim's memory. she says that you took her through hell, that she had never been attacked before. that she was a 12-year-old virgin. that she spent five days in a coma and months recovering from the beating that accompanied her rape. she says that you're a liar. she says that if you become president, she fears you won't tell the world the truth. but in pure clinton fashion, in your book "living history" you talk about this case. and how difficult it was for you, torn because of the emotional and ethical issues and that you set up an arkansas rape
hotline because of it. interesting, though, no mention of that hotline on the tapes at the time. and you trumpet yourself as a crusader, saying you have had to use your voice to tell stories that wouldn't be heard until you told them. what's that, hillary? your job was to represent a defendant to the best of your ability? you're right. as a judge i have assigned many lawyers like you to represent the worst of the worst but it is totally another thing to laugh about gaming the system, to laugh that your client game gamed the lie detector. trashing a victim, laughing about a 12-year-old raped by two men. how can we expect a woman as cold and calculating as you to be a protector of all americans? i want a woman want, but not you. that's my open. you are not going to want to miss my second open later in the
show when i take on the boston bomber and my old friend jihadi mom. tell me what you think on my facebook page judge jeanine, #open. joining me is ann coulter and political analyst and former adviser to president clinton doug shown. all right, guys, you trust that hillary clinton will be a protector of all of us? >> i think that she's notwithstanding your open been a reasonably good senator. she certainly better on foreign policy than president obama and jeanine, you know as a judge that a client is supposed to receive zealous representation from their lawyer. looks like that a is what hillary clinton did in a very sad sorry. >> what is sad is when a lawyer gloats about gaming the system and trashes a victim, knowing what she is saying is not supported by the evidence. you see, it's about a narrative. like that benghazi narrative,
that video thing. narratives are kind of things that she connects herself to. go ahead, anne. >> i almost wish you hadn't reminded everyone of that tape because i want to play it during the campaign. i think it is devastating and to her, yeah, you can represent a client without laughing about a pedophile raping this 12-year-old girl and leaving her infertile. i don't think she was that magnificent on foreign policy. >> compared to obama? >> well, i think it was revealed on your show -- she isn't president. she is secretary of state. she went up to the father of the navy s.e.a.l. who was killed. >> charles woods. >> at our embassy at the funeral at his son's funeral and said, don't worry, we're going to get the guy who made that tape. and as secretary of state she spent $70,000 running ads apologizing for the tape. as america we are so tolerant. >> we were exercising --
>> can we tell pakistanis about the first amendment. >> what do you think about the announcement on social media? >> i think it is a smart competition shech has no competition. leading in some but not all polls by double-digits and avoids dealing with difficult issues from the press. >> and saying stupid things like we were dead broke. >> i don't think she will talk about her personal finances tomorrow. >> really? what do you think of it? >> i think it has to be an announcement on twitter because she didn't know if she should go with the tammy wynette or fake black accent an this solves that. >> why social media, anne? >> because she's 120. >> oh, come on. >> this is a youthful thing. >> you are not discriminating against her based on age, are you? >> i think it is an odd thing and i think she is using twitter to seem youthful and doesn't know which dialect to use and doesn't want questions from the press. >> you mention she is beating most in the polls but you have
rand paul of all people beating her in iowa. what's that about? >> she's weak in iowa and going right away to iowa which is a smart decision to make. she was weak in the caucus there in 2008. she wants to run her campaign like she has a competitive primary and competitive caucus. she is running scared which is the right decision. >> anne, scandal after scandal she is still dominating the field. do you expect more scandals and how does she survive, does she ignore them? >> with hillary you can always expect more scandals. we'll see what happens. i don't think i -- i'll defer to doug on this but i don't think the left is wildly enthusiastic about her. certainly not like they were for obama. there is joe biden, there is governor o'malley. a lot of other candidates. lz always the hope of elizabeth warren. >> that's what hillary is worried about. >> she is worried about elizabeth. >> this is all about keeping
elizabeth warren out of the race. unlike the others, elizabeth warren can beat hillary. nobody else can. >> why? >> because she appeals to the authentic voice of progressives who see her against income equality and the banks. >> who else could beat her is claire mccaskill. >> she is supporting hillary. >> which is why i'd like to go back and kill todd aiken for blowing that election because we almost took her out. she was smart enough to make sure she'd run against -- >> i'll tell you i saw elizabeth warren on tv the other morning. i have to tell you, she comes across as rather personable. >> yes, she does. >> she comes across as real. she maybe a progressive. >> she is. >> she may not have the ideology that you do, but i get the sense that she believes in what she's saying. >> no, that's right.
>> she's not a murderer or killer. she's not a nazi. >> i keep starting again. >> you can. >> compared to hillary clinton anyone will come across as better than dr. mengalay because hillary is extremely unpersonal. she does not have the political skills of a politician. why? how did she get there, because of whom she happened to be married to. she didn't like elizabeth warren, joe biden, claire mcskas kill he didn't demonstrate her political skills. she doesn't have the political skills of any democrat you can name. >> sh what is her greatest strength. >> broad appeal, a husband who was a popular ex-president and the breadth and depth of experience that will let her run on a reasonable record. >> what did she do as senator? what was her biggest accomplishment in the senate. >> she stood up for women.
>> really. >> notwithstanding what you think she did. >> it's not what i think. you can't tell me what she did other than talk the talk. you have to walk the walk i want you to give her credit. what's her best strength? k078 on, anne. running out of time. >> i know. i'm trying to come up with something seriously. >> how about money? >> i guess there's money and she did that -- i'm answering your question seriously. >> in a second we have to go. >> she hasn't accomplished much and she was a disaster as secretary of state. >> what did she do as secretary of state. >> pivot to asia which is going to be them latest most important flash point. >> only part of the world that isn't blowing up. i don't know what she did. >> any way, anne, don thank you for be with us tonight. this week a lot of signs that it isn't all the
administration claimed. as iranian leaders promise no deal unless the sanctions are immediately lifted and the fact sheets released by both governments don't match up. let's hear what john bolton has to say. all right, ambassador, i want you to listen to what the president said about an iran deal a little while ago. >> part of the concern i have in this debate here, major, is i don't understand why everyone is working so hard to anticipate failure. the opponents of the deal don't seem to be focused on how do we get to a good deal as much as they are focused on how can we show it is not possible to get a good deal and my simple point is let's wait and see what the deal is. >> interesting. what do you say? >> well, he has created his own problem by this artificial deadline at the end of march, which he didn't meet and the
zeal to put out statements about where the negotiations were that have been shown in the past week to be riddled with holes and inconsistencies. we know about a lot of what the deal is because the white house has leaked out portions of it that they thought were beneficial to them over the past year. john kerry made a long statement in switzerland. the white house put out a fact sheet. it's not that people are looking for deficiencies. this is what the administration itself has said. forget what the iranians have said, which is completely different. it's the problems and the failures in what the administration itself is put out that's been the focus of the concern. >> i have to tell you, ambassador, the ayatollah says what the white house is saying is a lie and the white house is putting out their piece that is the opposite of what the ayatollah is saying. how the heck can we finish the framework of a deal we don't have the fundamentals on? it is basic law school contracts. there's got to be a meeting of
the minds before an agreement. >> that's what the controversy over the past week ten days shows. there's no meeting of the minds yet. let's take the question of when the sanctions get lifted. there's simply no way to square the circumstancele that the ayatollahs are saying lift it immediately and the administration is saying lift it after adequate performance and the sanctions snapping back in iran violates the agreement which i view as 100% certainty probably starting on day one. who decides when they snap back, the security council including the vetoes of russia and china? this list goes on and on. if that weren't bad enough, there is an outstanding op-ed by former secretaries of state shultz and kissinger that point out they don't take the details of the deal on. they take the big picture on and eviscerate it. the administration response to
that from the child spokesman at the state department a lot of big words and thoughts. this is comical. if the president is upset he should be with his own administration. >> what about the fact -- you know, iran is in such a rush. you get the sense they are pushing this and pushing this. they want sanctions lifted immediately. you read the breakout time according to some is two to three months and the obama administration is in a rush. we have to get it done. we have to get it done even when everyone is walking away from the table. america is there saying we have to get it done. is it like a situation where we know what they have got. they are going to do it any way and he wants to protect his legacy? what's with the rush? >> i think the president's main concern is the growing opposition to the deal in congress among democrats. he is fighting every day to prevent the majority in congress against the deal from getting the two-thirds or more in both houses which would be enough to override a veto of any
legislation that tries to gut the deal. the fact is time still works in favor of iran. for a nuclear proliferator, every day that goes by is a day in the bank. the sanctions regime was disregarded, violated, not enforced well from the get go. it has crumbled further as the negotiations have gone on as companies in europe are more willing to test the outer boundary. the iranians want the sanctions lifted, that's why they are at the able. not to make negotiations on the nuclear program but to get relief. as the ayatollah said a few days ago he is happy to extend the june 30 deadline. let's keep negotiating. time is on the side of the proliferator. >> ambassador, thank you for being with us. >> coming up, russia hacking the white house. isis hacking tv stations. d.c. blacked out. what you need to know about the dangers to our power grid. and tonight's instant poll
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. this week multiple stories bringing the dangers of the power grid. the d.c. blackout, u.s. officials claim russia hacked the white house and the state department. then a french tv station had been taking over by isis and aerospace command planning to move to an underground bunker for protection against an electromagnetic pulse attacks. we have been talking about the vulnerability of the grid and looks like it is happening. with me is tony shafer. what is the military doing to prepare for a possible cyberor emt attack. >> the army war college where they pulled everybody together to talk about these hard issues. northern command has taken action. you mention the moving of critical infrastructure back to cheyenne mountain. that's a good beginning. first, you have credible new nuclear threats going beyond
emb. ambassador bolton and i agree iranians are on the path to creating weapons of mass destruction and you have to have snag will sustain a nuclear attack and spiders, a program that they are shepherding and creating to harden the power grid for d.o.d. and create the ability of the bases, military bases throughout the nation to be islands of resilience. >> let me ask you a question. >> sure. >> why is the military doing this now? we have been talking about this for over a year. >> right? >> this bunker was already there and they apparently left it and are now going back? >> because there are credible threats that they better take action to harden command and control which is what cheyenne mountain is about and the grid. this program that we are talking about, spider started self years ago thach kept it under wraps because they want it to be
nonpoliticalized. the department of homeland security judge is not doing anything. that's part of the problem. d.o.d. is seeing to be able to do what they need to do to protect the american people they have to take action on their own, act on their own based on the threats that they understand to exist. dhs like to writing really nice memos, publishing nice complex regulations but they aren't taking the appropriate action -- >> you are saying the department of transportation is not trusting the department of homeland security is capable of protecting us. >> i would -- i don't think dodd would say that but i'm saying based on my observation that's what is going on, yes. >> without getting in to the department of homeland security, what initiatives are in place around the country to upgrade the u.s. aging infrastructure? i think you talked about islands of resilience. what's that about? >> each military base in the '40s and 50s was a self sustaining entity, food, power.
they could basically do their own power. they had all of these things they could do on their own. over the '60s, '70s, '80s they became dependent on the civilian infrastructure. you and your folks have been talking about this. it is not safe. the civilian infrastructure has real problems. it's aging. we saw the power go out here this week. we know the vulnerabilities of the internet are real. the d.o.d. decided we not only have to protect our own equities but we need to build these islands for american people to come to should a catastrophic power failure happen because dhs isn't doing it. so i think it is the best interest for everybody. >> thank you for being with us. with me now is the president for the security policy. u.s. aerospace command moving to an emp proof bunker. that doesn't bode well for the
rest of us. >> as tony auz we sag we are seeing the military stepping up to protecting some of their critical assets and perhaps through this spiders program beginning to make their bases more resilient. i don't know how much that's going to provide in terms of protection for the rest of us. if it allows the military to do its mission that's a step in the right direction. it underscores a point that as you say you have been reporting now for over a year. that is the vulnerabilities of the grid are understood by our enemies how to exploit them to our extraordinary detriment are known to all of them. it's simply unimaginable that we're not seeing the government of the united states beyond the military making this a top priority. >> without going in to ferc and nerc and corruption and all of that garbage, think of it. isis is breaking in to break in
to french television saying je suis isis. >> iran we learned last year as a result of forensic work done by a company called silance has been inside of the electric power control systems of u.s. utilities and our friends and allies around the world for two years, thanks to hacking they have engaged in. they, the russians, the chinese, maybe the north koreans have been very aggressively targeting, it appears, our electric infrastructure and the means of controlling it through cybertechniques. >> all right, frank. let's talk about turkey. turkey blacked out last week. there was something unusual. >> there was. as i understand it, one of the provinces was not blacked out. major city that relies upon
power from iran continued to have the lights on when the entire rest of the country basically was blacked out for i think ten hours. still unclear what happened. the question that i think ought to be on all of our minds is if it happened there could it happen here and might it not be just for ten hours but for a protracted period of time with horrific consequences. >> think of it. think of the fact that iran has a bunkoo fordo. and all of these countries not as advanced as we are smart enough to recognize priorities. real fast, why aren't we? >> i think we have long since stopped thinking of our vulnerabilities. basically we decided to get rid of missile defenses in the cold war and never really recovered. let me say, jeanine, if i might,
the good news is at the state level some important things are beginning to happening. i will be testifying before a task force of florida on monday along with other colleagues. i think florida maybe the first state in the country to do something to harden the grid and it will be a wake up call for the rest of the country hopefully. >> frank gaffeny, thank you for being with us. >> my pleasure. thank you. coming up, my second opening statement on the heels of the boston bomber verdict. i check in on an old favorite of mine jihadi mom. you are not going to want to miss it. on i trust dulcolax tablets. on i take dulcolax for dependable overnight relief and in the morning, i am back to myself dulcolax, designed for dependable relief myand a partly sunny mode.de. and an outside to inside mode. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount of light. ask for transitions xtractive lenses. extra protection from light... outdoors, indoors and in the car.
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was productive and helped the loaders understood each other's interest and areas of disagreement. both sides pledging agreements to restore diplomatic ties. hundreds gathering on saturday for the funeral of walter scott. he was shot and killed by a white police officer during a traffic stop. michael slager is charged with that murder. cell phone video shows slager shooting scott in the back as he ran away. authorities haven't said whether race was a factor. now back to "justice with judge jeanine." now for my second opening statement. jihadi mom, it's been a while since we talked. the tsarnaev family a father, mother, two sons were granted political asylum in 2002. we opened our arms to them. showered them with food and money and housing and education.
and all of the freedoms of american citizens and look at how they repaid. a lot has happened since then. none of it good. but then again nothing involving your thieving, terrorist, hate-filled, drug-fuelled spawn is ever good. tonight, your youngest terrorist son dzhokhar stands convicted of four murderers, injuring 2604 people, blinding, dismembering and blowing the limbs off of many. the next step, will the jury spare him and give him life in prison or impose the ultimate penalty, death? i remember when this happened. you said your sons were framed because they were muslim. and dzhokhar's defense claims he was simply a follower of his older brother, your other jihadi son tamerlan. not so. dzhokhar stands alone in his capacity to commit evil. he is said to have regularly
viewed videos of beheading. dzhokhar intentionally put a bomb behind an 8-year-old who died. let's not forget, he drove over his brother tamerlan with a car while making a getaway and didn't stop. yes, jihadi mom, he stands alone in his capacity to commit evil. now you have been reported as saying he's the best of the best. and that we americans are the terrorists. if we're the terrorists, why did your family come here in the fist place? claiming the need for political asylum from other terrorists? is the world a scary place for you? and if we're the terrorists, why would we give you education, medication, housing, food stamps, social services, scholarships to your kids, each of them arrested at least once? and if we're terrorists, why would we let you drive your
mercedes and let your family go back and forth to the country from which you claim political asylum? by the way, jihadi mom, you and your husband left the country just before the bombing and never returned. did you know what was coming? now you all seem to share the same family values -- greed, thievery and hatred of america. if you're such a great mother and your family is so good, why not bring your criminal daughters home with you and rid us of the stain on america? but back to the original question. should dzhokhar live or die? now, i remember you said, if they kill him, i don't care. well, if you do want him to die, than i want him to live. i want him to live the rest of his life in solitaire
confinement. i want him to know the world is passing him by, to know he can never be a part of the human race again. now, i believe in an eye for an eye. i believe he should die because of what he did to so many. if you commit the ultimate crime, you forfeit your right to walk freely among the rest of us, to breathe our air, to eat our food, to share our space on earth. and we should not be required to endure your existence for a moment longer than necessary. and that truth is irrefutable. but because you want him to die and be a martyr, i want him to live. and that's my second open. moving on to another act of terror almost 150 christians killed last week at garris is a university in kenya, targeted for their believes. the response from the president,
he chastised christians at an easter breakfast. take a listen. >> sometimes when i listen to less than loving expressions by christians i get concerned. >> i wonder if our president is concerned with the less than loving expressions from islamic terrorists? with me now one of the leading spokespersons for christians in the middle east author of "defying isis" john moore and founder 0 the islamic forum for democracy. johnny, your book and i was reading it and it's very good. you talk about how to defeat isis. what do we need to do to make that happen? >> we have to take it more seriously. the fact is that isis is responsible for tens of millions of lives being destroyed and country after country and our
lack of response to this period has emboldened other people to persecute people, in particular religious minorities. we're talking tens of millions of lives destroyed. we haven't taken it sere rousely enough and if we don't more will die. >> how many christians do you estimate have died since president obama has been president? >> i'd say millions have been affected, millions have had their lives destroyed. >> killed. >> killed. probably 100,000. tens of thousands for sure. >> do you agree with this? >> there's no doubt there's been a growing -- the bottom line is the reason he doesn't want to address it is then you have to address the fact that political islam, the islamists are killing these people, are making them move out of their homes, et cetera, because they are christian, whether it be cops or the kenyan or syrian christians or iraqis. if you don't address the fact they are christianing he doesn't have to address the fact that it is the islamists doing that.
there is no doubt he is avoiding the elephant in the room. >> talk about the fact that we all know this is happening. yet, christians what are they doing? let's assume the president doesn't want to do anything. he doesn't want to recognize it. he makes fun of christians on a high horse. i am a contributihristian. let me be on my high horse. they are killing us. what do we do? who is the person who runs this, who helps us? johnny? >> we have to do more. we know it is happening. it's no coincidence, by the way, it is iraq, syria and egypt that had the largest christian populations of the entire region of the world and those countries are destroyed. in cities like mosul in iraq there are zero christians left. this is a city that had christian worship -- >> which we noul all know this. what do we do? >> we need to provide -- >> the united states of america
has to recognize it's a threat and provide security for these people. it comes down. >> what do we do? >> judge, he has stop demagoguing muslims and being hyper secular to christians. by the way, it's muslims who are insulted when he focuses on christianity in islam. muslims need tough love. they are reformers on the streets of saudi arabia who listen to our president and left and see him to the movement of saudi arabia. if you want to bond with reformists that will protect christians it's the reformists trying to have revolutions against these dictatorships and theocracies. >> look at egypt. he said, hey, stop with this craziness. tell muslims that radical islam is not working and you have abdullah from jordan, i haven't heard a thing from anybody. >> exactly. >> that's a fact sgluf leaders acknowledging what needs to be done and the president is not doing that.
it's bizarre. the world is upside down. he's too busy al sharptonizing islam while muslims that want reform are abandoned by the west. >> very frustrating. thank you for being with us this evening. appreciate your input. >> thank you. all right. coming up, tax day is almost here and how obamacare could give you headaches. and take a bite out of your wallet. what you need to know before you file. that's next. ♪ ♪ great rates for great rides. geico motorcycle, see how much you could save.
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mccoy. break it down for us. what impact is obamacare having on our taxes? >> well, first of all, it's going to be paperwork hell. for people who got obamacare subsidies, millions and milof p according to the irs 96% of those subsidies were wrong. 4% were right. many people are in danger of losing some, or all of their refund, some of them will have to write a check to uncle sam to make up for it. >> they will cut in to your refund to cover the obamacare subsidy. >> and you may have to write a check to uncle sam that you weren't expecting to have to write. the fact is if you get a raise at work or your wife gets a job, your car payments don't go up but your obamacare premiums do. the plan that looked affordable to you suddenly isn't and it is retrospective. so you are out of pocket. >> they are monitoring how much
money you make. the more you make the more they charge. >> that's right. so success is punished. >> all right. >> at the end of the year. >> why is this bad for the sickest people in the country? >> who would design a system that is wrong 96% of the time? >> let's talk about the sickest people. we know it is not fair. what happens to them? >> clearly the sickest get clobbered by obamacare because they no longer have access to the doctors and hospitals they were using, especially cancer hospitals for example. we see that most of these obamacare plans carve out those hospitals. that's a big problem. >> horrible. >> also the uninsured are getting whacked because they will pay penalties this year for the first time or fill out form 8965 to try to get out of the penalty. if you plan to fill out that form, cancel anywhere that you were going to do that is fun this week because the instruction booklet for the form is 12 pages. >> next year you say will be
worse. why? >> we should look at next year because hillarycare is far more coercive than obamacare. >> are you talking becomes president. >> if she becomes president. >> she will take her pen and write a new law. >> or change this law. the fact is that mrs. clinton's plan, which she announced in 1994 is far more coercive. she tides the hands of doctors and here's the obama adminisation trying to get people to sign up. they are using ads and street fairs and she said you will sign up or we will automatically enroll you. you will pay the premium or we will garnish your wages. that's how coerce i have hillary care was.
>> pear aing loy lot. >> thank you so much. >> we'l >> and we'll be back with more "justice" and vote. dia announce. what question would you tweet her? facebook or tweet me at judge jeanine. would he tweet her? >> would i tweet -- wow. sweet new subaru, huh mitch? yep. you're selling the mitchmobile!? man, we had a lot of good times in this baby. what's your dad want for it? ..like a hundred and fifty grand, two hundred if they want that tape deck. you're not going to tell your dad about the time my hamster had babies in the backseat, are you?! that's just normal wear and tear, dude. (vo) subaru has the highest resale value of any brand... ...according to kelley blue book ...and mitch. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ugh...you're the valet? yea, sorta the valet.
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