• Jeanine Pirro Blasts Obama’s “Hug Diplomacy”

    In the wake of one of the worst terror attacks in French history, the Obama administration failed to send a high-ranking official to the anti-terror Unity Rally in Paris to represent America. And in a pathetic PR move, Secretary of State John Kerry and 70s singer James Taylor gave the French people a “big hug.”

    The Obama’s administration’s embarrassing behavior was panned by just about every honest observer. Fox News Channel host Jeanine Pirro’s commentary was among the best.

    “Now, there are 1.6 billion Muslims in the world. No one knows what percent are radical. And that certainly doesn’t include the non-Muslim Westerners who decide to become radical. So, how do we win?” Pirro asked on Sunday’s edition of Justice with Judge Jeanine. “We don’t win by returning the enemy to the battlefield,” she said referring the Obama administration’s foolish decision to transfer five Yemeni terrorists out of Guantanamo Bay.

    “We don’t win by failing to identify the enemy, or by cutting back the military to pre-World War II levels, or by removing the word ‘Islamic’ from in front of ‘extremists’ in White House talking points,” Pirro continued. “We don’t win by apologizing for Americans who simply express their First Amendment free speech right, and we don’t win by allowing citizens who join radicalized groups to remain here in the United States. We don’t win when we treat jihad as a law enforcement problem, giving Constitutional rights to terrorists, we don’t win by dismantling intel programs that put undercover officers in mosques in Muslim areas, and we don’t win by scheduling another conference. We don’t win by leaving our border open. We don’t win through that hug diplomacy, and we certainly don’t do it by showing up a week late with a guy with a guitar to sing ‘You’ve Got a Friend.’”

    Indeed, Islamic radicals are taking over more land, amassing more wealth, and are gaining more influence.

    A startling report from German reporter Jurgen Todenhofer, who was embedded with ISIS fighters for ten days, revealed that the radical Islamic militants are ready to carry out genocide on non-believers.

    “They were talking about killing hundreds of millions. They were enthusiastic about it, and I just cannot understand that,” Todenhofer reported.

    Just yesterday, British prime minister David Cameron refused to call the fight against Islamic terrorism a “war.”

    “So how do we win?” Pirro asked. “We win by cutting off funding to Arab countries that support jihad. We win by cutting off funding to countries, like Turkey that line up their tanks to watch the killing of the Kurds like they’re at a drive-in movie. We win by forcing Arab countries to duplicate Egypt’s refusal to tolerate Islamic extremists. We win when we stop talking politics . . . and we win when we start talking solutions.”

    “Whether it’s the refusal to accurately identify our enemy, or the failure to have a strategy that recognizes both the danger and the reach of that enemy, we’re just not winning,” she concluded.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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