After being pre-empted on election week, Judge Jeanine Pirro was back on Fox News Saturday defending the right of the American people to get resolution for complaints they are making in court over irregularities in the 2020 election.
“Anyone who says this election doesn’t deserve a closer look is a hypocrite,” Pirro said after acknowledging that the media were using previous comments “about accepting winners and not being sore losers” against her and Republicans.
“If you want a free and fair election, there must be a resolution of the issues that so many people are swearing to in affidavits,” she continued after reminding viewers that affadavits are considered foundational evidence in cases and that people who submit affadavits can be charged with perjury if it can be proven that they lied.
“We are criticized because we’re asking questions,” she said.
“So don’t you dare ask us to just accept it and move on. And don’t you dare tell me I’m being un-American by questioning what even a Supreme Court Justice has put a hold on.” Pirro declared. “And don’t you dare ask us to go quietly into the night.”
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