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Judge Jeanine Pirro Blasts Hillary: “Get Back In The Woods!”

In a recent Fox News Insider video, Judge Jeanine Pirro rips failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for criticizing Pres. Donald J. Trump’s handling of the Russians.

Clinton, best remembered for misleading the public about the Benghazi attacks that took the lives of American citizens, Tweeted out her “credentials” as a former Secretary of State, claiming “The Russians are Still Coming.” That sets the stage for the often brash and in-your-face judge’s tongue lashing.

Judge Pirro doesn’t miss the opportunity to mock Hillary by showing a clip of the hysterically funny 1966 movie . . . wait for it . . . “The Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming.”

In one of Judge Pirro’s more comical and politically demeaning jabs at the disgraced Democrat, the Fox News mainstay deftly points out that when Hillary cites the “intelligence community,” it’s a fact that the woman who sold 20 percent of America’s vital uranium resources to those same Russians, doesn’t even hold a security clearance any longer.

It appears that Judge Pirro has run out of patience with Hillary’s nonsense, pointing out that 13 indictments for Russian meddling go all the way back to 2014. They were never countered by the Obama Administration.

The Fox News commentator really lets it rip in this 6-minute video. Find out how she feels about a wide range of Hillary issues.

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