On Saturdays edition of her Fox News program, Justice with Judge Jeanine, the judge opined on President Biden’s attack on our Constitution, especially the First and Second Amendments:
“There are two things citizens everywhere in the world know to be alarmed about if taken away: One is freedom of speech, and the second is the right to bear arms.
“Joe Biden’s official position on the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms, puts us directly in peril of becoming a Fascist state. In his latest effort calling for more gun control, he says firearms purchased at gun shows are exempt from background checks. That is a lie. His claim that gun manufacturers have immunity from lawsuits is also a lie. But have no worries, According to Joe, nothing impinges upon your right to bear arms, nothing. “Nothing I’m about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment, but no amendment, no amendment to the Constitution is absolute.”
“Really? Really? Oh no constitutional amendment is absolute? Where did you hear that one, or better question: Who made you king? What other amendments are not absolute in your mind? How about the Nineteenth? It gives women the power to vote. If you think that’s not absolute, where would you start chipping away? Maybe conservative women shouldn’t have the right to vote. How about the Fourth Amendment? You must have probable cause before someone is searched or property is seized. Should you eliminate probable cause if the political minorities’ property is being seized? And the Sixth Amendment, the right to a fair trial? Maybe that’s not absolute too?
“After all Hawaii senator, Mazie Hirono says all women need to be believed and if that’s the case we may never have a fair trial again. How about the Fifth Amendment Joe, double jeopardy? Maybe after a not guilty verdict you should be able to go for a second time, go for the guilty verdict. And how about the First Amendment? Maybe that’s not absolute in your mind either, but then again we already know that Big Tech is cancelling the free speech of conservatives, and in many parts of the country freedom of religion is not as protected as casinos and other secular institutions. Mr. President, with all due respect, do you realize that this is the United States of America. We are a nation founded on the Constitution, and we are so tired of what’s going on in this country…”