Fox Host Demands The Same ‘Dignity’ Republicans Gave Obama Be Given To Trump (VIDEO)

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Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro isn’t very concerned over revelations that Russia interfered with our country’s presidential election. Pirro went bonkers, directing her anger at President Obama, Hillary Clinton and anyone who wants Russia’s hack investigated. To Pirro, those people are unpatriotic.

But the most stunning part of her crazy-time rant was when she said this:

“There was a time in this country when we were united behind the flag in celebration of America’s new president, our new leader. We all did in 2008 when Barack Obama was elected. We had high hopes for a united country, irrespective of our politics. It’s time for the left, assuming they’re capable, to show the same dignity and class, to the 45th president-elect.”

(my bold)

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We’d be happy to show the ‘same dignity conservatives afforded President Obama. Donald Trump spent years trying to delegitimize our country’s first black President by claiming Barack Obama was born in Kenya. Mitch McConnell vowed to make Obama a one term president. Congress blocked Obama’s every move in a calculated and concerted fashion. When our elected officials tried to speak at town hall meetings to answer questions about Obamacare, they were shouted down. Conservatives launched racist attacks on Obama and his wife. Their children, too. Fox News once wondered about the Obamas’ ‘terrorist fist jab.’ After Obama was first elected, Fox News spent an entire week discussing his use of mustard on a hot dog.

And the Russians did not put President Obama into office. We the people did. Get used to it, Ms. Pirro because we will resist Mr. Trump.

She called Trump’s electoral win ‘overwhelming.’ That’s just not true.

Raw Story reports that, “Trump’s Electoral College was won by the slimmest of margins.” Hillary Clinton now leads Trump by 2.8 million votes in the popular vote.

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