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Judge Jeanine Pirro Opening Statement - Ebola In The U.S.A. - Are Americans Safe?

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How long of no Ebola outbreak in the US before you guys have to admit you over reacted? 6 months? A year?

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Judge Jeanine Pirro Opening Statement - Ebola In The U.S.A. - Are Americans Safe?

A TV judge that's on air to entertain housewives? That's the authoritative voice for you, lib? Do you don a dress when you watch these shows? :rofl:

How long of no Ebola outbreak in the US before you guys have to admit you over reacted? 6 months? A year?

They'll never admit it. They'll pretend it never happened. It's how they roll.

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A TV judge that's on air to entertain housewives? That's the authoritative voice for you, lib? Do you don a dress when you watch these shows? :rofl:

They'll never admit it. They'll pretend it never happened. It's how they roll.

She then graduated with a B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University at Buffalo. She received her J.D. degree at Albany Law School in 1975.

In 1997, she was appointed by then-Governor George Pataki to chair the New York State Commission on Domestic Violence Fatalities, whose report and recommendations resulted in legislation passing that enhanced protections of, and safeguards for, the victims of domestic abuse.[12]

In 1978, Pirro became an assistant district attorney in Westchester County. In 1989, she became a judge on the Westchester County Court, the first female to hold such a position.

In 1993, Pirro was elected district attorney of Westchester County, again the first female to hold that position.[7] She was re-elected in 1997 and 2001. Prosecuting murder, rape, domestic violence, and other cases,

Republican Nominee for New York State Attorney General

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanine_Pirro

The Juris Doctor (J.D.) is a professional doctorate[1][2][3][4][5][6] and first professional[7][8] graduate degree[9][10][11] in law. The degree is earned by completing law school in the United States, Canada, Australia, and other common law countries. Many who hold the degree of Juris Doctor are professionals committed to the practice of law, and may choose to focus their practice on criminal law, personal injury, family law, corporate law, and/or a wide range of other areas.

The majority of individuals holding a J.D. must pass an examination in order to be licensed to practice law within their respective jurisdictions.[12][13][14][15]

The degree was first awarded in the United States in the late 19th century and was created as a modern version of the old European doctor of law degree (such as the Dottore in Giurisprudenza in Italy and the Juris Utriusque Doctor in Germany and Central Europe).[16] Originating from the 19th century Harvard movement for the scientific study of law, it is a law degree that in most common law jurisdictions is the primary professional preparation for lawyers. It is a three-year program in most jurisdictions.[17][18]

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If more citizens were armed, criminals would think twice about attacking them, Detroit Police Chief James Craig

Florida currently has more concealed-carry permit holders than any other state, with 1,269,021 issued as of May 14, 2014

The liberal elite ... know that the people simply cannot be trusted; that they are incapable of just and fair self-government; that left to their own devices, their society will be racist, sexist, homophobic, and inequitable -- and the liberal elite know how to fix things. They are going to help us live the good and just life, even if they have to lie to us and force us to do it. And they detest those who stand in their way."
- A Nation Of Cowards, by Jeffrey R. Snyder

Tavis Smiley: 'Black People Will Have Lost Ground in Every Single Economic Indicator' Under Obama

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On last night’s “Justice,” Judge Jeanine Pirro said our government was unprepared for the arrival of Ebola on U.S. soil, and the reaction to the case in Dallas has been inadequate.
She explained that the Obama administration has minimized not only the danger, but also the means of transmission of the deadly virus.
"Stop telling us it's just about the exchange of bodily fluids," Judge Jeanine said. "Why didn't you tell us that the virus can last for hours on a surface like a door knob and or a counter top at the local coffee shop?"
Watch her opening statement above, and read the full transcript below.
Questions Mount Over How Prepared U.S. Officials and Hospitals Are for Ebola
4 People Moved From Apartment They Shared With Ebola Patient
Ebola - what a mess. No one - and I mean no one - should be allowed to enter the U.S. from any West African nation ravaged by Ebola.
And any American citizen who goes there and wants to come home needs to be quarantined for 21 days until we figure out what we're doing.
Look - we have a real problem. I don't want to hurt anybody. And I'm good with sending humanitarian aid to those in need. Fill up those c130's with supplies and doctors and do military transports.
But guess what? At a certain point you take priority over everyone else in the world. And when it comes to the health and security of your family - and my family - everyone else takes a back seat.
The fact that we're even having this discussion is insane!
Now we're told that it would be counterproductive to the economy of Liberia to stop flights from coming here. Really? Another country's economy is not the criteria to determine whether we put our families at risk.
And trying not to offend the rest of the world, making nice so people won't be angry or making other countries economically successful and any other politically correct hogwash coming out of Washington be damned!
Your job is to protect us! Take a listen to President Obama:
“First and foremost, I want the American people to know that our experts, here at the CDC and across our government, agree that the chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the United States are extremely low.” – September 16, 2014
“The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been.” – June 11, 2014
Right, and you can keep your doctor and health care plan, Al Qaeda’s on the run and ISIS is not Islamic.
Come along with me and see if what I say makes sense.
Thomas Duncan – Ebola man – lied to come here. Now why did he need to come here? Did he know after transporting a dying woman refused by a Liberian hospital and sent home to die that he was at risk?
He is not a U.S. Citizen. How is it that he can be granted a visa to come here in a matter of hours?
And if our hospitals are all Ebola trained why after he told them he came from Liberia did the Dallas hospital send him home for yet another 3 days during which time he became more contagious, vomiting around an apartment complex and exposing kids to the virus, who then go to school!
And I should feel safe when the hospital today actually admitted that they lied when they said they didn't know he was from Liberia?
Where's that so-called Ebola checklist that asks if you've traveled to an Ebola-infected country?
And why did the nephew have to call the CDC because "the hospital again wasn't taking the illness seriously?”
We're so prepared that officials didn't even attempt to sterilize the apartment for five days!
And if we're so ready for this, why did the locals say not to worry only 12 or 18 people were in direct contact - Dallas County says 80. And the CDC says 100!
And I should feel safe when under a national spotlight relatives sharing the same bathroom refuse to remain in isolation, and instead send their children to school with yours.
And why were men cleaning the vomit outside the apartment in t-shirts, sweeping the waste into the Dallas sewer system.
Isn't there a protocol for destroying and transporting Ebola waste?
Right now, thousands Liberians come into this country every year.
Why? Take a look at this map of Africa. Those countries highlighted deny entry to citizens of Ebola-ravaged nations. And take a look at this image of a Liberian soldier enforcing a quarantine so that their own countrymen do not come in contact with them.
Yet our government minimizes the danger and also the means of transmission.
Stop telling us it's just about the exchange of bodily fluids. Why didn't you tell us that the virus can last for hours on a surface like a door knob and or a counter top at the local coffee shop?
And the head of the CDC - when asked if there should be more rigorous airport screening says this:
“Like any intervention, there are upsides and downsides. There are a lot of downsides. You slow travel. You end up costing people money.
Who's going to get screened? And who's going to train them? If you have a positive, where are you going to bring them?”
If you have a positive, where are you going to bring them? You’re the head of the CDC. Are you stupid?
So you'd rather put us in danger? You're the head of the CDC! You find a place to put them and treat them!
And then White House spokesman Josh Earnest says that screening procedures are in place at our border and people are screened as soon as they get here.
Really? You're kidding, right? What's that? You're saying that because you don't want people to panic?
You don't want us to panic - how about I don't want us to die!
Tell us the truth - for once!

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She then graduated with a B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University at Buffalo. She received her J.D. degree at Albany Law School in 1975.

In 1997, she was appointed by then-Governor George Pataki to chair the New York State Commission on Domestic Violence Fatalities, whose report and recommendations resulted in legislation passing that enhanced protections of, and safeguards for, the victims of domestic abuse.[12]

In 1978, Pirro became an assistant district attorney in Westchester County. In 1989, she became a judge on the Westchester County Court, the first female to hold such a position.

In 1993, Pirro was elected district attorney of Westchester County, again the first female to hold that position.[7] She was re-elected in 1997 and 2001. Prosecuting murder, rape, domestic violence, and other cases,

Republican Nominee for New York State Attorney General

2006

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanine_Pirro

The Juris Doctor (J.D.) is a professional doctorate[1][2][3][4][5][6] and first professional[7][8] graduate degree[9][10][11] in law. The degree is earned by completing law school in the United States, Canada, Australia, and other common law countries. Many who hold the degree of Juris Doctor are professionals committed to the practice of law, and may choose to focus their practice on criminal law, personal injury, family law, corporate law, and/or a wide range of other areas.

The majority of individuals holding a J.D. must pass an examination in order to be licensed to practice law within their respective jurisdictions.[12][13][14][15]

The degree was first awarded in the United States in the late 19th century and was created as a modern version of the old European doctor of law degree (such as the Dottore in Giurisprudenza in Italy and the Juris Utriusque Doctor in Germany and Central Europe).[16] Originating from the 19th century Harvard movement for the scientific study of law, it is a law degree that in most common law jurisdictions is the primary professional preparation for lawyers. It is a three-year program in most jurisdictions.[17][18]

None of which in any way, shape, or form makes her an expert on airborne infectious diseases even if the viewer can somehow do enough intellectual ju-jitsu to disregard the Faux News podium from which she is blathering from. Faux is not alone in hyping this fear of a US Ebola outbreak jibber jabber but it is pretty much just jibber jabber.


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She then graduated with a B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University at Buffalo. She received her J.D. degree at Albany Law School in 1975.

In 1997, she was appointed by then-Governor George Pataki to chair the New York State Commission on Domestic Violence Fatalities, whose report and recommendations resulted in legislation passing that enhanced protections of, and safeguards for, the victims of domestic abuse.[12]

In 1978, Pirro became an assistant district attorney in Westchester County. In 1989, she became a judge on the Westchester County Court, the first female to hold such a position.

In 1993, Pirro was elected district attorney of Westchester County, again the first female to hold that position.[7] She was re-elected in 1997 and 2001. Prosecuting murder, rape, domestic violence, and other cases,

Republican Nominee for New York State Attorney General

2006

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanine_Pirro

The Juris Doctor (J.D.) is a professional doctorate[1][2][3][4][5][6] and first professional[7][8] graduate degree[9][10][11] in law. The degree is earned by completing law school in the United States, Canada, Australia, and other common law countries. Many who hold the degree of Juris Doctor are professionals committed to the practice of law, and may choose to focus their practice on criminal law, personal injury, family law, corporate law, and/or a wide range of other areas.

The majority of individuals holding a J.D. must pass an examination in order to be licensed to practice law within their respective jurisdictions.[12][13][14][15]

The degree was first awarded in the United States in the late 19th century and was created as a modern version of the old European doctor of law degree (such as the Dottore in Giurisprudenza in Italy and the Juris Utriusque Doctor in Germany and Central Europe).[16] Originating from the 19th century Harvard movement for the scientific study of law, it is a law degree that in most common law jurisdictions is the primary professional preparation for lawyers. It is a three-year program in most jurisdictions.[17][18]

You still didn't answer the question - do you don a dress when you watch her show?

None of which in any way, shape, or form makes her an expert on airborne infectious diseases even if the viewer can somehow do enough intellectual ju-jitsu to disregard the Faux News podium from which she is blathering from. Faux is not alone in hyping this fear of a US Ebola outbreak jibber jabber but it is pretty much just jibber jabber.

It really doesn't make her a relevant expert on the issue at hand, does it?

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He is not a U.S. Citizen. How is it that he can be granted a visa to come here in a matter of hours?

The good judge - accomplished as she might be - knows mighty little about the visa process, yes? Visas are typically issues for periods of time. I remember my mother-in-law applying for a tourist visa some years back and she received one that was good for two years and for multiple entries. It's quite possible - in fact, considering the typical processing times for visas at most US embassies and consulates on the African continent, it is highly probable - that Mr. Duncan was already in possession of his visa before he was exposed to the Ebola virus. For the record, I don't think the judge is as ignorant as she appears on Fox. She's just considerate of the viewership...

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The good judge - accomplished as she might be - knows mighty little about the visa process, yes? Visas are typically issues for periods of time.

You can hear your piper, but you ignore the background music. Visa you say? Lying Ebola man himself is not new to lying and cheating. To this administration, that's an automatic visa approval:

Dallas Ebola Patient was Another Visa Mistake

By Jessica Vaughan
October 1, 2014
Center for Immigration Studies
Look up "likely visa overstay" in the dictionary, and you should find a picture of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who is the first Ebola case diagnosed within the United States, and who is now being treated in a Dallas hospital.
This looks like another good case for the consular officers training manual of a non-immigrant visa that never should have been issued, but which could have serious public health consequences, not to mention monetary costs.
According to his Facebook page and other reports, Duncan is a 40-something, single, unemployed Liberian living in Ghana who applied sometime in the last year for a visa to visit his sister in the United States.
That is five strikes against his application:
Single
Unemployed
Liberian (5th highest overstay rate of any country in the world)
Living outside country of citizenship
Sister living in the United States.
Together, all these factors should have weighed very heavily against the issuance of a visitor's visa to Duncan. He clearly appears unqualified.
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