On the latest episode of her self-titled Fox News program, Judge Jeanine Pirro made a grave prediction about where America is headed, telling viewers that the country as they’ve known it “is coming to an end.”
The remarks from the conservative firebrand came during Saturday’s broadcast of Justice with Judge Jeanine. On it, the former New York state judge pointed to some alarming developments.
“What I fought for in law enforcement for over three decades, what my father and grandfather fought for in World War II, what you and your parents and grandparents fought for is ending,” Pirro said, according to Fox.
She went on to explain that the breakdown of the country “is moving so quickly, that when it is gone, we won’t be able to predict the exact moment it happened.”
“We are canceled”
Pirro also suggested Saturday that American liberties once heralded by all have been chipped away in recent years.
“If we don’t speak in politically correct terms, we are canceled,” Pirro complained. “We lose our jobs. Erased. They did it to a president of the United States,” she added, referring former President Donald Trump’s effective expulsion from all major social media platforms earlier this year over allegations that he had incited violence in Washington.
Notably, a number of Democrats have been allowed to keep their accounts despite calling for upheaval. Fox News reported in April that California Rep. Maxine Waters (D) had told demonstrators to “get more confrontational” if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was not convicted of murder in the case of George Floyd’s killing.
Floyd’s death was followed by protests that often devolved into riots. Despite this, then-vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris encouraged her followers to donate to a fund that raised bail money for rioters, Fox reported separately.
“How many of us would describe life today as being what our founding fathers intended?” Pirro lamented Saturday.
Crime on the rise
The judge also touched on rising crime rates across the country, telling Fox viewers: “When crime is not prosecuted, when criminals are not arrested, lawlessness, anarchy, and chaos result. You see, crime not only harms the victim, it visits the loved ones, family, friends, neighbors, and the community at large.”
She added: “You see, crime not only harms the victim, it visits the loved ones, family, friends, neighbors, and the community at large. Fear becomes generalized. It immobilizes people. On the other hand, criminals are emboldened to continue their rampage.”
Rather than address the problem, Democrats prefer to fuel division by teaching children “that the color of their skin determines whether they are victims or oppressors,” Pirro said Saturday, according to Fox. “Dominos continue to fall, and we witness the crippling effect.”