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Judge Jeanine Pirro Sends ‘Christmas Carol’ Message To Nancy Pelosi: “The question for Ebenezer Scrooge, our own Nancy Pelosi, is whether redemption is even available to her”

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Judge Jeanine Pirro put Nancy Pelosi on notice with a simple yet devastating Christmas Carol message on her show last night. She said: “Nancy, lying to the American public is a ghost that will always haunt you because as Speaker of the House you have set the tone and the policy for all of us.”

She continued: “The question for Ebenezer Scrooge, here, our own Nancy Pelosi, is whether redemption is even available to her. The first ghost to visit Nancy Pelosi is the ghost of lawlessness in America.

“Nancy, as the lead Democrat in Congress, you could have stopped this, but you refused to do so. Nancy, Nancy, Nancy, you don’t know where the lawlessness comes from? It’s in your city of San Francisco that was once breathtakingly beautiful.

“Where people don’t even want to walk their dogs because of human feces on the street, because of needles lining the street — and across America, people don’t want to get caught up in the crime that’s enveloping every large city run by Democrats. 

“Another ghost to visit you, Nancy, is the ghost of immigration. 

“While we suffer from hoards of unvaccinated illegals surging into our country in the middle of a pandemic, we are left to deal with individuals who are criminals — mules for the cartels and human smugglers.

“And Nancy, the ghost of greed comes to visit you. 

“That’s a big one for you and your husband. 

“You’ve made millions since you’ve been in Congress, and so many of you went into Congress of moderate means and cover each other’s backs so you can all reap the benefits that ordinary Americans cannot.

“I’m not so sure that that’s how your “Christmas Carol” ends, Nancy, but hey, it’s the Christmas season. Anything is possible,” she said.