tv Justice With Judge Jeanine FOX News July 15, 2017 9:00pm-10:00pm PDT
and twitter. remember, i'm watters and this is my world. [♪] judge jeanine: right now on "justice," washington judgment on russian collusion. >> i have dubbed them the criminal clan along time ago. judge jeanine: the establishment and the left in a feeding frenzy, but the double standard has me fuming. it's tonight's opening statement. >> we have a lot of issues. judge jeanine: the president's deputy assistant come out fighting in defense of his commander-in-chief. >> what we are not entitled to
do is say it's so illegal when we hear all of that. judge jeanine: liberal lawyer alan dershowitz joins me. i'm here at the bible museum in washington, d.c. we'll see what it looks like even before it opens. we'll have an exclusive sneak peek at this incredible spiritual experience in our nation's capital. "justice" starts now. welcome to "justice." i'm judge jeanine pirro. sebastian gorka and alan dershowitz are my special guests. the museum of the bible is under construction in washington, d.c. the democrats in this country are so freaked out we elected a
president who calls it the way he sees it and not the way the so-called mainstream media and political establishment on both sides of the aisle do that they wake up hysterical every day welling, the russians are coming. russians are coming. there is collusion everywhere, america is under attack. our way of life is coming to an end and chicken little in the sky are falling. >> you see that's how we got to america. >> the russians have landed. >> we are under attack by russians. >> the russians are attacking the airport. >> we haven't got a chance. >> get out of the way. judge jeanine: his hysteria has nothing to do with russia and
everything to do with donald trump. their hatred and intolerance and venom for him. if it doesn't stop, the democrats will be responsible for the demise of a workable and effective government for the people. we cannot go four more years with russia, russia, russia, gotcha, gotcha, gotcha. nancy pelosi in the thick of it. >> after these latest revelations it's becoming clear we suffered a desecration of our democracy not seen since watergate. judge jeanine: a december kraiption of our democracy. say what? so donald trump, jr., a political neophyte gets an email from a friend saying he has information that would incriminate hillary and her dealing with russia that would be useful to his father who is
running for president. he has a meeting. and the suggestion end up with rescinding the ban on russian adoptions. but now the hug hue and cry, int him for treason and finance campaign donations. there is no law that says a campaign cannot accept information from a foreign government. if that were the case, everyone on a campaign who talks to a foreign national is committing a crime. for you geniuses out there, there can be no treason since we are not at war with russia. by the way, the dnc and hillary excluded with the ukrainians to get information on trump at the same time. and real covert operatives who understand meddling in other country's elections say this is
not how russia would meddle in the election. >> it's not how it's done. the russians are masters at this kind of thing. they know exactly what they are doing. and it would be done in the dead night and you wouldn't see any evidence of it. it would not happen in the midland of a senate office building in broad daylight. judge jeanine: now done jr don,s at fault. if the devil called me and said he wanted to set up a meeting to give me opposition he search on my opponent, i would be on the first trolley to hell to get it. any politician who tells you otherwise is a bald faced liar. hillar -- barack obama impose
sanctions on russia for hacking the dnc. he knew what the russians were up to but kid nothing because he and the pollsters thought hillary would win. he thought there was no need to jeopardize his great relationship with russia. it was obama in 2009 who gave it reset button to make nice with russia. and he knew about the hacking and possible impact on the election, he says he told putin to cut it out. i don't even think he said that. so the russians hacked the dnc emails exposing two-face hillary and her lies. donna brazile giving hillary questions for the debate. and barack does nothing. why?
for your information, meddling in another country's election is not new to the united states. barack obama's state department gave $300,000 to a not-for-profit in israel to defeat netanyahu. for all you snowflakes out there the u.s. has been middling in other elections in other countries for decades. >> we staged a coups in guatemala a number of decades ago where we overthrew the government god malla. we replaced the elected government of iran with the shaw in 1953. we have literally deposed leaders and replaced them with people who would do what we wanted them to. jess require was obama who reneged on the missile defense plan for polled and europe.
he thanked for the gift he gave russia. what did obama prr mean when he said this. >> after my election i'll have more flexibility. >> i will transmit the information to sli to vladimir. judge jeanine: what message was he sending to peninsul sending ? you tell me. consider this. after drawing red line in the sand should assad use chemical weapons on his people in syria. he goes out like a wurks se and does nothing. he then puts putin in charge of
overseeing the plim nation of chemical weapons in syria. putin puts pressure on obama to let him but continue handle the situation for his friend and ally assad. and we put the fox in charge of the hen house, and clearly failed since chemical weapon elimination dead lines were missed repeatedly. so folks, it's barack obama who is pals with putin. he watched as russia invaded in the ukraine and the crimean peninsula in 2014. and it was his department of justice that let in the russian lawyer veselnitskaya without a visa, and aloud her to sit in the front rove a congressional hearing. it was under barack obama that
20% of our uranium was sold to putin with $145 million kickback to the clinton foundation that was a criminal end price with a money laundering operation and a $500,000 speech fee paid to bill clinton by a kremlin-connected company. i for one am sick and tired of russia, russia, russia. put up or shut up. and a message to those republicans in congress. you have did nothing when the democrats assaulted our democracy with fast and furious, the sales of weapons to the mexican cartels, the clinton town case, the safe our uranium to russia. susan rice lying about benghazi. i want loretta lynch, and
hillary clinton and the rest that gang under oath. start working for us the american people. that includes healthcare. otherwise, you are no better to us than the democrats. and that's my open. tell me what you think on my facebook page or twitter hashtag judge jeanine. good evening, dr. sebastian gorka. >> let me take my blood pressure medicine. that was quite an intro. judge jeanine: you had quite a week. you and the mainstream media have been going at it. >> we had some fun. we have a great team. but i'm glad to support them and it was fun this week. judge jeanine: you told cnn that
"nick at night" beats them the ratings. cnn13, fox of course is number of one, and nick at night. comedy shows and reruns are ahead of cnn in if the fake news industrial complex. judge jeanine: the president is a man who works 20 out of 24 hours a day. you guys i'm sure haven't had sleep since he got in there. it's got to be frustrating that you can't get out to the american people what they are doing and they are doing to help us out because of this meddling by the mainstream media. >> i see it a little bit differently. we live inside the bubble. but if you get out of the bubble. the mainstream -- america that elected the president to be the commander-in-chief.
they know exactly what they are doing, and they couldn't care less. this russia, russia collusion delusion is irrelevant. people seat jobs coming back and the price of gas. they see the fact that this week we destroyed the caliphate. that should be the news. cnn, the rest of the mainstream media, it's russia, russia, russia. they talk more about russia than america. it's like photograph today than the cold war. that's why the president temperatures twitter feed is so important. he jumps over them and tells the american people, we are making america great again. judge jeanine: there is no fear or concern on the part of this president working with putin. it's like he can let all this noise around him, he can go like this and brush off his shoulder
and do business. it seems if we can work with putin to fight isis, we are doing it. >> the president is a patriot and pragmatist. he looks at relations with moscow with a steely eye. my father was arrested and tortured and imprisoned by communists. along with america we are the two most of powerful nuclear nations in the world. and we would like to have some kinds of cooperation with key issues like syria and isis. if people think that's a bad idea, then they don't understand how the world works. judge jeanine: the nuclear deal obama did, the $150 billion, they are yelling death to america.
the media could care less. their hatred for donald trump is so intense it's almost prior to thenning. >> think about all these people obsessing on fake news. literally lies. not one piece of evidence of anything done illegally by the trump campaign or this administration despite hillary clinton, her husband, the dnc, ukrainian government totally complicit in shady deals. but what do they want to talk about? the people criticizing us now were for the iran deal, told mitt romney during the debates, russia? really? the 1980s want their foreign policy back. these people have no integrity. but we don't care because we are keeping to the agenda that got donald j. trump elected. this isn't a distraction.
people think this what we talk about in the west wing. we couldn't care less. we are pushing forward to make america great again. judge jeanine: colonel david hunt is still ahead tonight with a closer look at the progress the administration is doing in taking down isis once and for all. liberal lawyer and hillary clinton supporter alan dershowitz is with us with a take you might find surprising. i invite you to join me for what was truly a spiritual experience for me. a sneak peek inside the museum of the bible in washington, d.c. i put on my hard hat for a tour of this incredible building. >> 150-foot long digital ceiling. safe drivers who switch to esurance could save money on car insurance.
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blood clot from above his right eye. operation was a success and the information will be back soon. the big question, what effect will this have on the senate healthcare bill. meantime, the liberal feeding frenzy continues with nonstop attacks on the trump administration over the russian controversy. my next guest is a prominent harvard law professor and liberal author who was also a hillary clinton supporter, and he says he doesn't see any crime at this point in donald trump, jr.'s behavior. good evening, professor. >> i'm shocked as a civil libertarian how liberals are prepared to stretch existing laws and talk about treason and other kinds of crimes that just don't exist when it comes to the facts as we know them about this meeting.
so i'm going to keep insisting we stop accusing people of crime when there is no evidence of crime. judge jeanine: let me be a little more specific. under the campaign finance laws, there is a claim that if you get something of value -- and they are alleging information from a value from a foreign national could be stretched out to mean words, is that something that's ever been prosecuted? >> of course not. if it were to be prosecuted the first amendment would trump. candidate has a right to get information from whatever source the information comes it's like the "new york times" publishing the pentagon papers or the washington post publishing material stolen by snowden and manning. you don't prosecute the newspaper and you don't prosecute the candidate or the cad's son. if the material was obtained unlawfully you prosecute if you
can the people who obtain the material. but there is a first amendment right of a candidate to use information. you can't include information under the campaign finance law, that would be unconstitutional. judge jeanine: let's talk about treason. how can they even use the word treason in you have got nancy pelosi and the rest of them. nancy pelosi said after these latest revelations it's clear we suffered a desecration of our democracy conclusion has been proven. >> collusion is not a crime unless it's committing a criminal act. but the treason thing upsets me. when we with wrote our constitution the british were using treason broadly against their kings. so the writers of the constitution put a very narrow
definition of treason. it is waging war against the united states. it's inconceivable that anybody with knowledge of the constitution or american history would argue a private citizen by securing information from for a campaign created treason. we ought to stop talking about it. we are miseducating american people. we are mix educating young people. young people could to me and say is it really treason? young people are looking at the constitution these days. a kid asked me about the emollients clause. she thought it was a facial cream. so we are going to learn a lesson. but it's so dangerous to democracy to throw around these criminal law terms and accuse
people willy-nilly it was just as bad in my view when they did it to hillary clinton when they yelled lock her up and tried to expand the espionage clause. judge jeanine: because we need to go, i want to tell everyone there is no doubt you are an equal opportunity critic. tell us the name your upcoming book. >> it's called "trumped up" and the criminal zaiftion politics and how dangerous it is to democracy. it will also be about congressman delay. and stanley what's his name. this can't be a crime. judge jeanine: professor alan dershowitz, thank you so much for being with us tonight.
colonel david hunt is still ahead. the resistance and its russian obsession. we are standing by with the real news making news out of washington this week. i'm here at the museum of the bible about to go in. we are at the hard hat stage. going forward this place is going to open in november. thanks for loading, sweetie. ...oh, burnt-on gravy? ...gotta rinse that. nope. no way. nada. really? dish issues? throw it all in. new cascade platinum powers through... even burnt-on gravy. nice. cascade.
mccain. they found a blood clot above his left eye and they performed surgery where part of a bone is partially removed from the skull so doctors can access the brain. we are told senator mccain is doing well, and there could be further treatment necessary. he's at the may oh d at mayo cln arizona. what that means is it puts the healthcare bill on ice. what happened here, robert, the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell determined it's not in the best interests of the senate to forge ahead. they already lost two votes. the key vote coming up in the next two days is the motion to proceed. you can't just start debate on a bill, you have to have a vote.
often times it's a proforma thing. but because the healthcare bill is such a controversial piece of legislation, they plan to conduct a roll call vote. and you need 51 votes to get off the bill. there were two senators already against it, susan collins of maine and rand paul from kentucky. jeff flake expressed scepticism about this bill. if you only have 99 senators. if the vote holds you could probably vote to proceed to the bill and probably pass the bill with 50 senators. but if you are down to 99, people might say you are playing dirty pool and say think got the bill passed when john mccain is out. and that's not way the senate
operates. they won't do that to one senator. robert: where do we go now? it was unclear whether senator mccain was going to back it anyway. where does that leave us now in terms of will there be more modifications for this? will it be how quickly it's going to go? and may it push things back farther on the calendar, on the agenda? >> sometimes you have these hiccups. in. >> instances it can help. it helps to get other proposals together. sometimes it hurts because you feel like you are right there to the cusp and you have the votes and you want to move as expeditiously as possible. mitch mcconnell was trying to move this bill in late june, and it was clear he didn't have the votes then. they took the time over the july
4 recess to alter it and revamp' it. they just rolled this out thursday morning. but there were a lot of senators up in the air and john mccain was one of them. he facetiously said to fox, the process is wonderful and he kinds of rolled his eyes. he said earlier in the week prospects are dim. and said they should have taken more time with this. the revised bill was released thursday morning and he said it does not include a lot of the provisions i have fought for for arizona. he was concerned how this would affect his state and he would be speaking to his state governor to see if changes could be made. robert: do you think it could go back to the committees or provisions added to sway his
vote over to the yes column? >> the criticism is in the united states senate, it went through some committees in the house. and some question whether it was with we call in washington the regular order. that's where mitch mcconnell was catching a lot of flack. there were several senators who are usually team players who confided to me, mcconnell doesn't understand what he has done here, we don't like the process. lisa murkowski from alaska, certainly flake from arizona. dean heller of nevada might be one of the most of crucial ones on the first version of the healthcare bill and his governor from nevada is also going to be
one of the most crucial characters. here is -- if they can get the governors on board say the way you are change medicaid and some of the provisions in these states, maybe they can go along with that. if you can get those governors to fly air cover then those senators are willing to follow the lead of their governors. robert: how is the agenda shaping up? could we see a recess before there is a vote at this point? what are the odds looking like? i realize it's very early and this is a breaking and fluid situation. what does your experience tell you? >> this has made the healthcare question as mercky as possible it was murky before. we were anticipating a new
score from the congressional budget office. they were using a special process, budget reconciliation. that's why they were able to use 51 votes. they can turn off filibusters from the democrats. and you get the green light from the parliamentarian, you can play ball. we were looking at this procedural vote wednesday or thursday. this completely upsets the apple cart and the majority leader mitch mcconnell said we are going to work on other bills. robert: we are going to return you back to "justice with judge jeanine" " dale! oh, hey, rob. what's with the minivan? it's not mine. i don't -- dale, honey, is your tummy still hurting, or are you feeling better to ride in the front seat? oh! is this one of your motorcycling friends?
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along that is 155,000 pieces of artillery and rockets. the city of seoul, 10 to 30 million people is 30 miles from that. there is more artillery than anywhere in the world. seoul is held hostage to anything we decide to do. judge jeanine: wouldn't the president of south korea say i need every protection i can get? and if he thinks kim jong-un is going to see -- >> you understand the politics better than i do. but we had a brand-new president kicked out of south korea. politically probably a lot of pressure. and as you know, the south koreans aren't nearly as concerned about north korea as we are because they have been
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ian * this week i toured the museum of the bible in washington, d.c. i want you to take a look at this. i was blown away. they gave me this scarf and hard hat. >> we all need to wear a hard hat. so i made this glitzy hat. judge jeanine: it's going to open in november, you are not going to believe what you are about to see. what are we seeing here? >> 150-foot long digital ceiling.
judge jeanine: is that noah's ark? >> we have all kind of biblical art. this could be the sistine chapping or it could just be a nighttime sky. anything that would bring to mind the bible. judge jeanine: the whole idea of the last supper and sistine chapel will be reflected in the ceiling here? >> right. judge jeanine: what is the significance of the dark marble, then it gets lighter. >> you can see it gradually turns into lighter marbles. the further we go into the museum it turns darkness into light, just like the bible. judge jeanine: year on the impact floor where it will show
the bible's impact on all areas of life. western concepts of justice are road in the bible. but god continually forgive. in that vein there are career criminals we are seeing up here who devoted themselves to the bible, and studies show recidivism rates are lower when they study the bible. for those of you who may not not, i love fashion. little did i know the bible has such a big impact on fashion. a number of fashion designers use the bible as a source to generate ideas. the museum of the bible nicaragua ram women's silk
scarf, displays the calligraphy compiled forly turning cal use. you are going to see for the first time its unveiling. the liberty bell. it has scripture from leviticus. it's 3,300 pounds and it's beautiful it was cast in the same foundry as the original liberty bell. this as close as you get to the original. i'll ring it, i think. does it ring? it does ring? what you just heard is a perfect e flat which the original liberty bell was tuned to as well. but no one has heard that since 846.
the liberty bell is cracked. it was last heard in honor of george washington's birthday. but today at the museum of the bible you can hear it as though you were there hundreds of years ago. >> this is the finished theater. the walls are weavey. the most of fun part is the walls and the ceiling are digitally mapped which means we can create whatever atmosphere we want in this theater. just at the touch of a button. judge jeanine: absolutely beautiful. i'm so blown away by this. this is just spectacular.
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greg gutfeld's show is next. see you next saturday night same time, same place, same me. ♪ ♪ >> aren't you a republican? >> i am a republican, but i'm not going to be a republican anymore. i've got to become an independent. [applause] greg: guess what? the independents don't want you either. ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] greg: silence. another day, another russian appears with a name that i can't pronounce. [laughter] and the media clutches their pearls like a nun eyeing crop tops at forever 21. [laughter] here's the question, is every