Fox News host now claims that Donald Trump was framed.

By |2018-09-03T08:31:54-08:00September 2nd, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , |23 Comments


Oh, it’s Jeanine Pirro so it’s not really seriously. 

Courtesy of The Hill:

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro said Sunday that she believes various forces in Washington have conspired to “frame” President Trump and bog down his administration with scandal and controversy.

“Nobody is looking at the corruption. It’s all one-sided, the corruption on the part of the Democrats,” Pirro told radio host John Catsimatidis in an interview on AM 970 New York. “This president was framed. It’s that simple.”

“I’ve been in law enforcement for over three decades. This guy was framed,” Pirro continued. “The crisscrossing and the incestuous nature of our government in an attempt to prevent the outsider president that we wanted from getting elected is frightening.”

Pirro, a former judge and ardent supporter of Trump, echoed claims the president has made before that he was framed “for crimes he didn’t commit.”

Okay much of what Mueller is working with are recordings that Trump’s “friends” have made of conversations that they had with Trump, going way back before the investigation, his tax records, his past business deals, information that may have been gathered against him by the Russians, and of course Trump’s own remarks in interviews and on Twitter, so how in with fuck is this the result of being framed? 

You know Pirro really was once a judge, just like Rudy Giuliani was once an attorney, so how do these people suddenly forget all of their intelligence, their experience, and their common sense when defending this orange-tinted moron?

I mean is Trump carrying some stupidity virus that infects everybody who gets close to him? 

I mean, I’m seriously confused.

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  1. Anonymous September 2, 2018 at 4:16 pm

    “You know Pirro really was once a judge, just like Rudy Giuliani was once an attorney, so how do these people suddenly forget all of their intelligence, their experience, and their common sense when defending this orange-tinted moron?”
    You keep forgetting there is always the bottom of the class, the “D” students, just because someone graduates from law school doesn’t necessarily mean they are that smart. Also the one thing about the “law” is you can ague more than one side, it is open to interpretation, unlike science that depends on facts.

    In rudy’s case , his brain doesn’t compute what the mouth is saying.

  2. ;-) September 2, 2018 at 4:55 pm

    Gotcha by the Pu$$y? Oh Yeee$$.

  3. Anonymous in Chicago September 2, 2018 at 5:39 pm

    Regarding that picture with Jeanine Pirro, the only other times I’ve seen Trump smile like that is when he had his picture taken with Stormy Daniels, Karen McDougal and Hope Hicks.

  4. Robert Clam September 2, 2018 at 6:38 pm

    Michael Steele (R), yes that guy, former chair of the Republican National Committee said this; “You get to Stupidland by getting on the Trump Train,”.

    Here is the link.

    • Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 9:23 pm

      Michael Steele comes from the same mold as John McCain: Country before Party.

      He hasn’t pulled an punches and he has had scathing things to say about Trump and about those in the party that are supporting, enabling, excusing and protecting him.

  5. go September 2, 2018 at 7:38 pm

    Never Again.


  6. Anonymous September 2, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    Dear Cancer,

    What happened? She’s still here.

    • Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 5:33 am

      And let’s not forget her speeding ticket a year ago doing 116 in a 65 zone. “Don’t you know who I am?”
      Then changed it to “I was on my way to my ailing 89-year-old mother and didn’t know how fast I was going.” Uh huh.

  7. puck September 2, 2018 at 10:29 pm

    somehow, somewhere, there is a person laughing-because s/he is paying the talking heads on fox to act like stupid jerks. i don’t know how this will work for us “normal” people-maybe the phantom is doing it to show how stupid the right really is to believe the crap they are being fed. maybe the phantom is a Democrat. or i just could be wrong about the whole thing-or not.

    • Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 5:16 am

      Thank you, thank you, thank you! Almost daily I question myself, “is there something I’m missing here?,” because I don’t get ANY of it.

    • Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 6:08 am

      Hey, puck, I call myself “normally abnormal,” because what they’re selling I don’t buy.

  8. blah blah blah September 3, 2018 at 5:04 am

    I hope mueller is taking a look into old Jeanie. She should be disbarred for her rump kissing BS. Clearly she is mingling with corruption and clearly she is deranged and corrupt. Russians must have some chit on her. Another clown in the parade of deplorables that trump leads to doom.

  9. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 6:57 am

    New York Attorney General Investigates Trump Foundation, Trump Campaign and Cohen For Campaign Finance Laws, Fraud And a whole lot more…

  10. Donal Fee September 3, 2018 at 7:18 am

    She’s hoping Melanoma is going to bail and she can take to her knees for the big pig.

  11. anon September 3, 2018 at 7:20 am


    “what if he created the “national emergency”?~IT~ is a great tool. And rest assured ~IT~ is another Trump pyramid scheme. {$$$$$$$$$$$$$(1,500,000,000,000) $$$$$$$$$$$$$}

    The three-track evil genius behind the Trump-Ryan-McConnell $1.5 TRILLION tax cut, heavily weighted to the wealthiest individuals and largest multi-national corporations, wasn’t just that it opened the spigots for CEO bonuses and multi-billion dollar stock buybacks for Republican donors. It also sharply reduced the revenue coming into the federal government.”
    “So the most enduring gift to the well-heeled is that in place of a social safety net, Trump-Ryan-McConnell have cleared the way for Uncle Sam to float hundreds of billions of dollars in U.S. Treasury bonds to pay off the debt. They and their wealthy campaign donors can profit off all this, while avoiding state and local taxes on that windfall. This is the foundation for wealth-building from one generation to the next. This “starve the beast” policy is actually an articulated objective of Trump and the GOP. It helps the princes of the private sector continue to amass ever greater concentrations of capital as government revenue is replaced by structural debt that they get to buy and speculate on — whether or not they hold political POWER.”

    • NOW September 3, 2018 at 8:32 am

      “Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced a $60 BILLION package of aid, investment and loans to Africa, against a backdrop of growing concern about rising debt distress from Chinese loans to the continent.

      The announcement was made during the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Beijing, a triennial meeting between senior Chinese leaders and their counterparts from across Africa.”

  12. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 7:50 am

    Interesting her choice of “incestuous”.. Freudian, perhaps?

    • Bul·wark September 3, 2018 at 8:21 am

      I nearly puked when i read the line…”“I’ve been in law enforcement for over three decades. This guy was framed,” “The crisscrossing and the incestuous nature of our government in an attempt to prevent the outsider president that we wanted from getting elected is frightening.”

      “The term is derived from the Thin Red Line, a formation of the 93rd Highland Regiment of Foot of the British Army at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854, in which the Highlanders stood their ground against a
      Russian cavalry charge. This action was widely publicized by the press and became one of the most famous of the CRIMEan War.”

  13. PBC September 3, 2018 at 7:51 am

    Ken Starr? Does Pirro the female court jester Lawyer Judge smoke cigars? :-O “there is one place in the city where he still presides: the Grand Havana Room, a tatty cigar club that occupies the top floor of 666 5th Ave.
    Giuliani is on the Grand Havana’s board of directors and is a regular presence at the club.”
    “the legal peril to Trump has mounted, Giuliani’s behavior has become increasingly unhinged.
    At the same time, the more fraught the situation becomes the more Giuliani seems to be enjoying himself.”

    “The parallels between Giuliani and Trump are temperamental as much as they are political. Giuliani’s combative style of politics anticipated, and perhaps served as a model for, Trump’s. He described his approach as mayor to me as “provocative and not politically correct.” Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, has been a close friend of Giuliani’s for years. “When he decides to go all in, he does not filter, he does not hesitate,” Christie told me. “He is the same guy who was perp-walking people on Wall Street, the same guy who did all that aggressive stuff as mayor. The same things that led him to success led him to being criticized. Now that he is the leader of the Trump legal team, he’s all in for the President.””Giuliani’s pivotal moment in the campaign came in October, when the “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Trump bragged about grabbing women “by the pussy,” surfaced. Other campaign insiders, including Reince Priebus, told Trump that he had suffered a fatal political blow, but Giuliani immediately began trying to salvage the situation. Steve Bannon, Trump’s former campaign strategist, told me that “no one on the campaign would go on television that weekend. But Rudy went out there and did a full Ginsburg,” a reference to William Ginsburg, Monica Lewinsky’s lawyer, who pioneered the feat of appearing on five Sunday talk shows in a single day. “On the darkest weekend, Rudy knew that Trump needed the most establishment guy on the campaign to stand by him, and that’s what Rudy did,” Bannon said. “That really instills camaraderie.” On Election Night, when Trump declared victory, Giuliani was on the stage. He told me that Trump “brought the family out, and then from the other side he called me up, and he said, ‘He had a lot to do with my WINning.’ Well, I really liked that.” $O>
    ” Trump was penalizing him for his closeness to Christie, who had been placed in charge of the transition and then was quickly fired. “Rudy was aligned with Chris Christie, and that wasn’t a good thing to be in that period,”
    ” theory is that Kushner and Bannon wanted a weak Secretary of State so that they could run foreign policy out of the White House.”

  14. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 10:50 am

    Al Capone never insinuated he was framed. GD Trump needs to face reality that he’ll die in a prison cell.

  15. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 2:11 pm

    Anytime you are a Trump supporter it’s because you either think there’s something in it for you, or you already have your’ hand into the cookie jar. Wonder what’s her take? I don’t imagine people just love Trump for himself.

  16. Anonymous September 3, 2018 at 9:18 pm

    Donald Trump wasn’t and isn’t being framed.

    Al Franken was framed and railroaded.

    I think we should be talking a LOT about MERRICK GARLAND this week.

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