'The Ingraham Angle' on Kamala Harris, Ketanji Brown Jackson

JUEZ JEANINE PIRRO, ANFITRIÓN DE NOTICIAS DE FOX: I’m Judge Jeanine Pirro in for Laura Ingraham and this is THE INGRAHAM ANGLE from New York City tonight.

Day two of the Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing is still ongoing at this hour. We’re going to have a full analysis in moments, including why she recommended lenient sentences for child sex predators.

Más, news tonight that the Democrats actually hid information on the judge from Republicans. Senator Lindsey Graham has reaction in moments.

Más, we have the latest from the ground in Ukraine, including new reports that Ukrainian soldiers are going on the offensive and fears that the use of nuclear weapons is not out of the question.

Pero primero, is it any surprise that the country’s a mess when Biden can’t even keep his own White House in order? And it turns out, the source of much of the dysfunction seems to be this person.



MUJER NO IDENTIFICADA: I want to give you the

HARRIS: A friend in need is a friend indeed.


PIRRO: Seamos sinceros, Kamala was a disaster even before she entered the White House. Her Senate career was a train wreck.


RACHEL MADDOW, ANFITRIÓN DE MSNBC: It has been only a year since Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

HARRIS: I was a part of that hearing anda sham process.

HOMBRE NO IDENTIFICADO: I welcome everyone to this confirmation hearing on the nomination of

HARRIS: señor. Presidente.


HARRIS: señor. Presidente.

HOMBRE NO IDENTIFICADO: You’re out of order. I’ll proceed.

HARRIS: We cannot possibly move forward, señor. Presidente.


PIRRO: And our failed presidential campaign was an even bigger fiasco.


HARRIS: Bien, quiero decir, escuchar – I – this is going to sound immodest, but I’m obviously a top tier candidate. And so I did expect that I would be on the stage and take hits tonight.


PIRRO: Ahora, she’s bringing the same energy to the Vice President’s office.


HARRIS: We’ve been to the border, we’ve been to the border.

HOMBRE NO IDENTIFICADO: You haven’t been to the border.

HARRIS: Y no he estado en Europa.

I’m here standing here on the northern flank, on the eastern flank talking about what we have in terms of the eastern flank and our NATO allies.

So Ukraine is a country in Europe exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a bigger country, Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. Así que básicamente, eso está mal.

Because we have the ability to see what can be unburdened by what has been, and then to make the possible actually happen.

Talking about the significance of the passage of time by the significance of the passage of time. So when you think about it, there is great significance to the passage of time.


PIRRO: And the passage of time hasn’t been kind to her office. She lost 10 high profile staffers in the last nine months. The most recent of which was National Security Adviser Nancy McEldowney.

After Harris’s disastrous and frankly embarrassing trip to Eastern Europe last week, who could blame Ms. McEldowney. But the dysfunction doesn’t end there.

A new book by New York Times reporters Jonathan Martin and Alex Burns reveals the growing tensions between the Biden and Harris camps. Harris’s team is apparently bent out of shape. The Biden dumped impossible tests on her lap.

But Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s comms Director, reportedly had a different take in their new book Martin and Burns write quoteIn private, Bedingfield noted that the vice presidency was not the first time in Harris’s political career that she had fallen short of sky-high expectations. Her Senate office had been messy, and her presidential campaign had been a fiasco. Quizás, she suggested the problem was not the vice president’s staff.

Joining me now, is Charlie Hurt, Washington Times opinion editor and Fox News contributor; also here is Kira Davis, editor-at-large Red State.

Charlie, is that right? Is Kamala’s biggest problem the fact that she’s Kamala?

CHARLIE HURT, WASHINGTON TIMES OPINION EDITOR: I think that’s a very fair assessment. Y, por supuesto, obviamente, we have to take everything with a grain of salt. Anything that the New York Times reports for the rest of history, I automatically doubt and presume that it’s made up because that’s what they do.

But knowing politicians, knowing Joe Biden, knowing Kamala Harris, I believe every word of this. And somehow they managed to get something right here. So I believe every word of this.

And what’s really shocking right there is that quote from Bedingfield, where she’s talking about all who’ve – la – all of the ways that Kamala Harris was a disaster in her Senate office and in the campaign.

And yet Joe Biden picked her as his vice president. It tells you all you need to know, obviamente, about Kamala Harris, but it also tells you all you need to know about Joe Biden and then the fact that they’re now backstabbing one another inside the White House and trying to pull the rug out from underneath Kamala Harris in the White House. Tells you all you need to know about the people that Joe Biden hires and surrounds himself with.

PIRRO: Está bien, Kira. Here’s another excerpt from the book according to Politico. “Harris dispatched Tina Flournoy to talk to top Biden advisor and Anita Dunn to convey displeasure that White House staff was not standing up for Harris when she entered the room the way they did for the President Biden. The Vice President took it as a sign of disrespect.

Kira, the easiest way to lose respect is to so pathetically demand it.

KIRA DAVIS, “JUST LISTEN TO YOURSELFPODCAST: I swear, Jeanine, this is Veep. This is Veep in real life. This is exactly what I would expect. los (inaudible) character and Veep to do.

quiero decir, of all the things that she’s worried about, people standing up when she walks into the room. How about the border? How about all of those promises you made to your constituents running? Oh, we’re going to forgive student loans. Oh, we’re going to bring back America. Everything is worse. Everything sucks right now.

And Kamala’s main priority is, are people standing enough for me? Are people respecting me enough when I walk in the room? It’s absolutely ridiculous. But it’s just another sign of how completely chaotic and insane this administration is. And I think people on both sides of the ideological fence can agree, this woman is a mess.

PIRRO: Bien, she’s a mess and she’s an embarrassment. Y – pero, Charlie, speaking of the border, here’s another excerpt from the book.

Politico reports, “The authors recounted a meeting with Congressional Black Caucus leaders in mid-April, in which Biden heaped praise on Harris, but also said he’d given her the important task of handling immigration and that she would do ‘a hell of a job’. The Vice President actually corrects him at once, the author’s report, ‘Excuse me’, ella dijo, ‘It’s the Northern Triangle, not immigration’.

Charlie, this woman is an embarrassment.

HERIR: sí, she really is. Y creo que – and I think Kira is exactly right about this. Este es – the catastrophes that we’re witnessing domestically in this country right now have nothing to do with Republicans or Democrats. Everybody is feeling it. Everybody knows it.

And I think that’s why you’re starting to see a real schism among Democrats in Congress, en Washington, who are really frightened by this administration and frightened by the behavior. Ellos son, quite frankly, bizarre behavior of Kamala Harris.

The cackling about Ukrainian refugees, the correcting Joe Biden about immigration, the refusal to go to the border, the refusal to fix the problem, por ejemplo. All of these things areand you’re starting to see rats jump the ship.

PIRRO: Bien, sabes, Kira it’s kind of interesting that she’s almost an insurance policy for Joe Biden in the sense that no one will talk about the 25th Amendment, or any kind of impeachment, because they know what they’re going to get. So she’s like a real insurance policy.

But one last thing. Politico reports, the book also reveals this bit of palace intrigue.

Some of Harris’s advisers believes the President’s almost entirely white innerWhite House inner circle did not show the vice president the respect she deserved.

Kira, this seems to imply that team Kamala thinks that Biden is racist?

Davis: quiero decir, I think Biden maybe has some race issues. quiero decir, I’ve often wondered what going on behind closed doors with the Obama administration. quiero decir, imagine what Michelle and Barack Obama had to put up with now that we’ve seen Joe Biden when he could really speak his mind.

But I don’t think race is an issue here, para ser sincero. She’s not a good politician. quiero decir – and that’s saying something when the President of the United States is Joe Biden. She is a terrible politician. I’ve never seen anyone worse at their job than her.

So I don’t know if he hoped that she would be better, or if they were just setting her up to be the fall guy. No tengo ni idea. But the result is that, she’s actually an embarrassment on the international scene. And frankly, as a black woman, I think she’s an embarrassment to the legacy of what it’s supposed to mean, to be the first woman of color in office. quiero decir, it’s an embarrassment all the way around. I just don’t think you can get away from that.

PIRRO: Está bien. Charlie and Kira, thanks so much for being with us tonight.

Está bien. Let’s go now to Ukraine, where Ukrainian troops are actually making some gains against Russian forces. Fox News Senior Foreign Affairs correspondent Greg Palkot is standing by now in Lviv with the latest. Greg?

GREG PALKOT, SENIOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT: Hola, Juez. sí, some air raid sirens here in Lviv, but a lot of noise across the country. Y si, some new gains being made by the Ukrainian forces against that much bigger Russian foe.

A key suburb west of the capital Kyiv taken in a counter offensive by the Ukrainian forces. Russian troops are said to be demoralized, weakened. Death toll is high. Injury toll is high. Lot of loss of equipment. Esto, sin embargo, is the key port city of Mariupol, which we’ve been telling you about for days continues to get bombarded by the Russians.

100,000 are now thought to be trapped inside that city. Sobre 100 bombs and missiles hitting there each day, some even coming from ships off the coast.

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy out in front again, this time via video link to Italy’s Parliament calling for more help. We are on the brink of survival, él dijo. He even pitched to Pope Francis to help mediate this thing.

And as clashes continue here, President Biden heading to Europe on Wednesday, NATO G7, EU on Thursday, Poland Capitol and officials there on Friday. We’ll hear about troop deployments. We’ll hear about sanctions. We’ll hear about new rapid response forces, more Military aid for Ukraine.

The question though, Juez, is what will it take for the U.S. to do more for Ukraine, for NATO to do more for Ukraine? Aside from an attack on a NATO member country, will it take a chemical attack, a biological attack, a nuclear attack by Russia, even massive civilian casualties to get the West involved? That’s what’s being wrestled with at this very moment. Back to you.

PIRRO: Very dangerous times. Greg Palkot, muchas gracias. And we’ll check back in with you later on in the show.

But joining me now is Newt Gingrich, Fox News contributor and former Speaker of the House. Tritón, we’ll get your thoughts on Ukraine in moments. Pero primero, let’s go back to Biden’s Kamala problem. Her potential 2024 rivals must be loving this.

Can you hear me?

NEWT GINGRICH, ANTIGUO ALTAVOZ DE CASA: Bien, Mira – sí, I could. I wasn’t sure that now you’re going to show some of how Kamala is unbelievable.

los – Mira, I think we have never seen a national political figure, not just a vice president, but a national political figure, who is as self destructive as Kamala Harris. And when you watch her day after day, you watch her go to Poland, break up laughing in a press conference with the Polish president, when she’s asked about the refugees from Ukraine.

You see her 10th person leave her staff, who was by the way, the national security adviser who was with her in Poland, who must have been totally embarrassed and demoralized by watching her break up laughing when talking about the Ukrainian refugees. And you watch other things she’s done.

And I thought that she was an insurance policy to make sure that nobody tried to replace Biden, no matter how bad his cognitive problems. But I’m beginning to think that she’s like Spiro Agnew, who turned out to be so bad that when he got replaced, it set the stage for Nixon to be replaced.

And I have a hunch that she’s on a very, very short fuse right now. Because I think most Americans realize that the prospect of her being President is genuinely terrifying. quiero decir, it’s bad enough to think about Biden being President, when he’s clearly not totally in touch with reality. But the idea of being replaced by Kamala, I think is astonishingly frightening.

PIRRO: Tritón, let me ask you this. Si – she’s a vice president, what could this presidentforget that he’s Biden, what would any president with a vice president like that do? Is there another person that they would pull up in front of the nation to at least deliver on some of the issues Americans want to hear about? What do you do in this situation?

JINGRICH: Bien, quiero decir, the first thing you do is you send her to the Naval Observatory, which is the home of the

PIRRO: Where she lives.

JINGRICH: –vice president.

PIRRO: sí.

JINGRICH: And you say, please don’t leave for the next three years. And you offer her books and movies and video games, but you don’t let her leave. The second thing, I think you do, is you find somebody, whether it’s the Secretary of State, or somebody else who you empower to go around the world and pretend they’re you. But you don’t allow her ever again to leave the United States.

quiero decir, está – people need to realize, this isn’t just politics. It’s not just funny. You have people all around the world watching the United States be humiliatingly incompetent. And I think it is a dramatic wound to our position in the world to have Kamala Harris go anywhere.

PIRRO: Sabes, Tritón, I want to get your sense of what you think President Biden will accomplish when he goes to Europe this week.

JINGRICH: Bien, Mira, I think the first thing he ought to do is make sure that there are anti-ship missiles that are being sent to Ukraine right now. I’ve not heard anybody talk about this.

But the fact is, when you watch the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Navy start to bombard the Ukrainian coast. We have lots of missiles, which are capable of destroying those warships. And they ought to all be in the hands of Ukrainians. And Ukrainians ought to be basically destroying the Russian Sixth Fleetsixththe Black Sea Fleet, which we could do. We have that capacity.

Segundo, I want to know whether or not the high-altitude anti-aircraft missiles, which Biden promised last week, are now in Ukraine.

medallas de oro en la historia de los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno, pero solo una de esas en la nieve, Biden ought to say, if Putin is going to engage in a policy of killing civilians then we’re going to give surface to surface missiles and cruise missiles to Ukraine. So they can hit Russian airfields and Russian missile bases that are firing into civilians.

We don’t have to accept some deal where the Russians get to fight, while Russia remains safe. But the Ukrainians are only allowed to be on defense. I think when somebody starts killing your women, your children, destroying your cultural heritage, you have a right to defend yourself by taking out their airfields and their missiles.


JINGRICH: Finalmente, he ought to go to NATO, and the number one thing they need to agree on is a public explicit commitment that if Putin goes to chemical weapons, they will immediately within a couple of hours do everything they can to destroy that capability. There should be no confusion about none of this. Oh, eventually there’ll be sanctions, eventually will do something. They should go at him immediately.

PIRRO: Está bien. Tritón, muchas gracias.

And day two of Ketanji Brown Jackson’s hearing. Soft fireworks erupting late tonight. Accusations that the Democrats withheld important documents from Jackson’s past on some of her most controversial beliefs.

Senator Lindsey Graham and Carrie Severino have reaction next. Permanecer allí.


PIRRO: Day two of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation ended just moments ago. There were a lot of revealing moments. But this line of questioning from my next guest, expose the utter hypocrisy from Democrats.


SU. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): How faithful would you say you are in terms of religion?

KETANJI BROWN JACKSON, NOMINEE FOR THE SUPREME COURT: I am reluctant to talk about my faith in this way just because I want to be mindful of the need for the public to have confidence in my ability to separate out my personal views.

GRAHAM: Bien, how would you feel if a senator up here said your faith, that dogma lives loudly within you and that’s of concern?

Jackson: Senador, Soy–

GRAHAM: I would if I were you. I found it offensive when they said it about Judge Barrett.


PIRRO: Joining us now is Senator Lindsey Graham of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Senador, Judge Jackson seems to imply that being openly religious somehow taints the judge’s status?

SU. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): Bien, I think what I was asking her questions about her faith and I don’t believe for a minute that her faith will determine how she would rule on a case. I did believe that about Amy Coney Barrett.

So she was uncomfortable with me asking about how faithful she was. Could she judge somebody of a different faith? Because I think most Americans are uncomfortable.

Bien, if she was uncomfortable with that, where was she and others when they were destroying Amy Coney Barrett, who’s a faithful woman, who is a traditional Catholic whoher faith means a lot to her. They basically said that your faith is too much for us. And that we believe you, Amy Coney Barrett, that the dogma lives loudly within you and that question is your ability to be a fair judge. What they did to Judge Barrett was despicable.

PIRRO: Agree, agree. Pero, Senador, you also asked Judge Brown Jackson something troubling. She said in the past about her time defending Guantanamo detainees. Echar un vistazo.


GRAHAM: Did you ever accuse anyone of your habeas petitions, the government of acting as war criminals?

Jackson: I don’t remember that accusation. But I will say that

GRAHAM: You believe that’s true that America was acting as war criminals in holding these detainees?

Jackson: What I was doing in the context of the habeas petitions at this very early stage in the process was making allegations to preserve issues on behalf of my clients.


PIRRO: Senador, Brown Jackson repeatedly stated how much she loves this country. But that doesn’t square with what we just heard.

GRAHAM: Bien, here’s my point. Escuchar, have you ever been a public defender? I was a public defender.


GRAHAM: Equivalent in the Air Force, you take the clients that come in your office. I’ll never hold it against a lawyer for representing somebody that no one else likes.

But the point I’m trying to make is Judge Jackson said basically, I call it as I see it. I don’t make up the law, apply the facts in the law. I’m not an activist. Bien, why does demand justice in every other nutjob liberal group want her more than anybody else?

So this idea, she’s a neutral observer of the law, not an activist. It’s not passing the smell test. Because when she was a lawyer, not only did she represent for Gitmo defendants as a public defender, which I’m fine with. She actually participated in three briefs by liberal organization’s amicus briefs that accused the Bush administration of being war criminals. How could a lawyer accuse the President of United States and the Secretary of Defense of being a war criminal and not remember it?

And the groups that she was representing associated with wanted to destroy the legal regime at Guantanamo Bay that will allow us to hold these terrorists as enemy combatants. They wanted to treat them as common criminals, try them or let them go. 31 percent recidivism rate.

So I don’t buy the idea that she wasn’t an activist when it came to changing the legal regime that protected this nation since 9/11.

PIRRO: Derecha, derecho. Senador, one last question. You’re going to vote for her?

GRAHAM: Stay tuned.

PIRRO: OK. Senator Graham, muchas gracias.

Está bien. The Senate’s resident conspiracy theorist Democrats Sheldon Whitehouse used his time during today’s confirmation hearing to insult this show as well as my next guest. Carrie Severino, president of Judicial Crisis Network and former Supreme Court clerk for Justice Thomas.

Carey, let’s show our viewers what Senator Whitehouse said today.


SU. SHELDON WHITEHOUSE (D-RI): That selection process took place out of the public eye and it appears to have been informed heavily by dark money interests. Here’s Laura Ingraham on Fox News, concerned about abortion cases coming up before the court after all the money that’s been raised, the Federalist Society. All these big fat cat dinners. And unfortunately, the Federalist Society was not alone right down the hallway. There’s something called the Judicial Crisis Network.


PIRRO: So Carrie, you were in the room when he said this today. Your response?

CARRIE SEVERINO, JUDICIAL CRISIS NETWORK PRESIDENT: sí. Bien, sabes, Senator Whitehouse delivered some really top shelf gaslighting today during his hearing. He just went on and on about concerns, about the conservative dark money and ignored the fact that the nominee he’s looking at, as Senator Graham alluded to, she’s the one has been pushed by some of the most extreme dark money groups. Y el – groups that have spent orders of magnitude more than our organization, and groups that are linked to people that he actually receives money from himself.

So he really isn’t opposed to dark money, per se, o 501(C)(4) organizations, as I would like to call them. But he wants to squelch free speech that he disagrees with, and wants to just cover up for the fact that this nominee was picked by a White House Counsel’s Office, where guess who works there, someone who came right from one of the main liberal dark money groups that’s been pushing her.

So he pretends that there’s no connection there, but they have a huge amount of influence in the White House. And we’ve seen a lot of payback from this administration in terms of picking judicial nominees that feed into this dark money network.

PIRRO: OK. And Judge Brown Jackson responded to criticisms about her light sentences in child porn cases. Echar un vistazo.


Jackson: There’s a statute that tells judges what they’re supposed to do. Congress has decided what it is that a judge has to do in this and any other case when they sentence.

The statute says, calculate the guidelines, but also look at various aspects of this offense and impose a sentence that is ‘sufficient but not greater than necessary.


PIRRO: Is this an adequate explanation, Carrie, for her sentencing many of these child porn possessors to less than the recommended sentence by both of the prosecutor and the guidelines?

SEVERINO: This is actually an issue that goes well beyond even just the child porn cases that were discussed that are disturbing enough. But Senator Cotton started to bring this out in some of his questions, and I think we’ll probably hear more about it in tomorrow’s questioning as well.

This is something that goes through a lot of areas of criminal law, and I think it’s concerning that someone who obviously spent a lot of time considering the sentencing guidelines on the sentencing commission herself seems to be having a view that the judge is constantly departing downward. And it’s been pointed out that when she is considering those factors as a judge, those factors are already taken into consideration by the guidelines. So she is kind of doubling considering anything that would lower the sentence. That’s a bias in one direction only.

PIRRO: And you know what no one brought up today, no one brought up the fact that she was on a sentencing commission, and her judicial philosophy, which she won’t talk about, but as it relates to sentencing, is that no first defender in a child porn case should get a mandatory minimum. So Carrie, muy interesante, very interesting answers. Thanks for being with us tonight.

Top House Judiciary Republicans are alleging that FBI Director Chris Wray might have lied to their committee last year about rule breaking by his agents. Congressman Jim Jordan is here next with the alarming details. Quédate ahí.



CHRISTOPHER WRAY, FBI DIRECTOR: We do not investigate First Amendment groups. We don’t investigate people for his speech, for association, for assembly, for membership in domestic First Amendment groups. What we do do is investigate individuals with proper predication.


PIRRO: Was the FBI director lying when he told Congress this last summer? House Judiciary Republicans are now asking Director Wray to explain why his testimony contradicts a 2019 agency audit that revealed rule breaking by agents who were investigating politicians, candidatos, and religious groups. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, ranking member of House Judiciary, is right in the middle of all this and joins me now. Congresista, has the FBI responded to you tonight?

REPS. JIM JORDAN, (R-OH) HOUSE JUDICIARY MITTEE RANKING MEMBER: No, they haven’t, Juez. And here’s the problem, you can’t keep coming in front of Congress and saying everything is wonderful, and then in the report comes a few months later that says it’s exactly the opposite of that. So they didn’t even follow their own rules.

And understand what this is. This is sensitive investigative matters, so this is a matter that impact the First Amendment. This is religious groups. This could be political figures. This could be candidates. So the sensitive investigative matters, they have a set of rules they are supposed to follow. This report says they weren’t following their own rules.

And this is the same FBI that mishandled classified information during the Clinton investigation, the same FBI that spied on President Trump, the same FBI where Inspector General Horowitz has given us report after report that says they are not following the FISA procedures, and now we find out this. So we are simply saying give us the unredacted, give us the full audit of what this investigation really said. We want to look at it.

PIRRO: The amazing part of it is that they have got this one FBI agent as a relates to the falsifying of the affidavit who was Clinesmith, and he was sentenced to, creo, probation, and he is still in good standing with the bar in Washington. The American public is now looking at this saying, Oye, they do whatever they want, but they can monitor the rest of us, break their own rules, and there are no consequences. It’s still the same people running the joint.

JORDAN: Derecha. It’s one thing, for some federal agency, we don’t want any federal agency doing wrong behavior, but it’s one thing that some federal agency that no one has ever heard of and they are not exactly following all the rules. But this is the FBI. This is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, part of the Justice Department, not following their own rules.

And oh, por cierto, I didn’t even mention that just a few months ago we had a whistleblower come forward and he had talked about an email he received from the FBI, went out to FBI agents across the country, that says put this threat tag designation, put this label on moms and dads, this whole domestic terrorism concern that Merrick Garland said wasn’t happening but sure looks like it is. So this is the same agency. So when you put all this together, this is why we are concerned and we want to see that audit in its unredacted form.

PIRRO: But what can you do once you get the audit in the non-redacted form? How much more do you need to say? Hillary Clinton, her emails where it was her only form of communication, and then she erased them, y ellos dicen, no te preocupes por eso, Hillary, but let’s spy on Donald Trump. What else do you need? These are the same players whether you get the audit or not. Are the American people just left with the belief that there is nothing we can do about this this?

JORDAN: What we can do about it is put Republicans back in charge, then we will be able to get all the information. We’ll be able to subpoena people if, De hecho, tenemos que. We’ll be able to get the truth to the American people, and that will have an impact on what they decide to do in the 2024 elecciones presidenciales, because when it comes to holding people accountable, only the executive branch can do that, only the Justice Department. My guess is Merrick Garland, the same guy who started this whole thing about spying on parents, the same FBI that has done the things I just talked about, they’re not going to be interested in doing that.

But if we get President Trump back in the White House, which is what I hope happens, and we get the right attorney general, maybe then we can hold people accountable. That is how our system works. It’s all about what the American people do on Election Day. Let’s hope that come this fall they’re going to start that process and put Republicans back in charge of Congress.

PIRRO: We’ll see what happens, but in the meantime, they are getting away with it left and right. Congressman Jim Jordan, thanks so much for being with us tonight.

And while speaking at a Business Roundtable meeting, Joe Biden let slip a disturbing phrase that at least for this show raised serious red flags.


JOE BIDEN, (D) PRESIDENTE DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS: My mother had an expression, out of everything terrible, something good will come if you look hard enough for it. I think this presents us with some significant opportunities to make some real changes. We are at an inflection point, Yo creo, in the world economynot just the world economy, el mundo — that occurs every three or four generations. Now is the time when things are shifting. There’s going to be a new world order out there, and we’ve got to lead it.


PIRRO: J.D. Vance is running for Senate in Ohio, and he joins us now. J.D., why would he use that phrase, “new world order”?

J.D. VANCE, (R) OHIO SENATE CANDIDATE: Maybe he actually exactly what he meant. We should give Joe Biden a little bit of credit here, and that phrase has been bouncing around left-wing circles for a while. And it has a particular ideology behind it, Juez. En particular, it means two things to a lot of these people. They want to effectively abolish all borders with unchecked immigration, and they want to abolish national economies with nonstop free-trade, which of course shifts our manufacturing base off to China and Mexico and similar countries.

So I think Joe Biden is actually tipping his head to what he is actually trying to accomplish, which is really the abolition of American sovereignty in favor of a lot of these global institutions, cual por supuesto, don’t care about middle Americans and don’t care about the people who live there.

PIRRO: And the amazing part of it is he thinks this new world order with the United States at the head. Los Estados Unidos, we can’t even do our own energy. We’ve got to bow to dictatorial countries to try to get them to give us oil.

But take a listen to this. “El Washington Post” informes “Food bank officials are reporting growing lines at their distribution centers nationwide. Rates of reported hunger have been increasing since early August. In early February, 10 percent of those polled said their household sometimes it doesn’t have enough to eat. That uptick is more significant with households with children rising to 13 por ciento.” J.D., this is a truly underreported and scary issue.

VANCE: It’s truly heartbreaking, and I hear about this all the time when I’m on the trail. People really are paying more for everything. They are paying more for gas, they’re paying more for food, and that’s hitting a lot of folks, especially if you think about seniors who are living on a fixed income, they cannot handle this additional inflation.

And one of the things if you really drill into the details of the Biden economic agenda, of the globalist economic agenda, one of the things that you see is it’s really good for big tech, it’s really good for big finance. But it’s terrible for American energy production, it’s terrible for American manufacturing, it’s terrible for frankly most of the economy that the people I want to represent actually rely on. And so it’s not surprising that Biden’s economy has been terrible for those people. I think it’s by design. He doesn’t care about a big chunk of his own country, and I think he’s punishing them with these economic policies.

PIRRO: In addition to punishing them for the economic policies, it doesn’t seem like he’s interested in doing anything other than kowtowing to other countries, and he doesn’t have any ideas. And for him to say he is going to lead, even in terms of Russia we have to follow the E.U. in terms of sanction, follow the E.U. in terms of how we are going to affect the banking system and implement our sanctions, some of which don’t even go into effect until June 24th. He’s not leading. He is just not leading.

VANCE: That is exactly right. And one of the things that Biden said when he was running for president is that he would return civility and normalcy back to the country. I think about where we were three, four years ago with gas reasonable, able to provide, people were able to provide for their families. A lot of goods were reasonably priced, and a lot of wages were rising. I think that a lot of Americans right now would love to have Donald Trump back. And you should think about the argument that they made as well, he was mean on Twitter, he was mean on social media. I’d take $ 2 a gallon gas right now with the few mean tweets on top of it. I think most Americans agree with me.

PIRRO: There’s no question. President Trump predicted that this would happen, he predicted the inflation would go up. Now we’re the highest in 40 años. De todas formas, J.D., thanks so much for being with us tonight.

And in moments we tackle a frightening question out of Ukraine. Could nuclear weapons be coming to the battlefield? The details in moments.


PIRRO: Now a truly frightening prospect, Ukraine turning into a nuclear battlefield. “Los New York Times” reports today, both Russia and the United States have nuclear arms that are much less destructive. The fear is that if Mr. Putin feels cornered in the conflict, he might choose to detonate one of his lesser nuclear arms, breaking the taboo set 76 years ago after the U.S. hit Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Joining me now is Joey Jones, jubilado EE. UU.. Marine bomb technician and FOX News contributor. Joey, “The Timessuggests the risk of these less destructive nukes being used is small but growing. What is your reaction?

SGT. JOHNNYJOEYJONES (RET), NOSOTROS. MARINES BOMB TECHNICIAN: The first thing to talk about here is this has been around for decades. It’s a little bit misleading when they talk about these as if they are some new invention. There are definitely new enhancements. The difference between how a warhead goes off, which is the bomb part, and how you deliver it are the generational divide here. The warheads have a similar yield that they’ve had for 50 años. We had something called a Davy Crockett nuke that yield 0.078 kilotons, just fraction of Hiroshima, and we had those in the 1950s. And we brought those down from 1,000 a alrededor 200, and they are scattered around Europe.

It’s believed that Russia has 2,000 a 3,000 of these what we call small nukes, and President Trump outfitted our submarines with variable nuclear warheads, which means that we could change the size of the blast but the radiation itself would remain at large. And so the technology going into nuclear warheads is continuing to be ongoing. One reason we have turned towards tactical nukes is they are less regulated in our attempt to a prohibition over nuclear warheads.

All of this is to say we don’t have a clue if Vladimir Putin is going to use one or what our reaction would be. It’s one of the biggest kept secrets of our Defense Department is what are nuclear plant is. I can tell you this, Juez. President Biden is a bit of a war dove. We know that about him. Whether you like that or hate that, it’s consistent. You can see that leading into this fight and you can see it during the fight. And this is what I will tell you, if he wasn’t willing to stand up, posture or act to stop this war from happening, then he’s not going to be willing to fight it toe-to-toe, en mi opinión, in which case I agree with how he’s handling it, which is to let Ukraine find it, say the right things, add the sanctions, and hope for the best, because if you don’t have the backbone or even the strategic plan to win a war, don’t fight it. And I think that is where we are with our current administration.

PIRRO: But what about giving them the S-300 or the Patriot or the Iron Dome, a missile defense system? What is the problem with that? Is he afraid Putin is going to say that’s offensive?

JONES: We don’t know we’re not. We don’t know we’re not. And that’s part of the problem. The fact that we’re sitting here

PIRRO: Does it look like we are not, Joey?

JONES: The fact we are sitting here in a Tuesday night, two Americans without any viable security clearance to know with the Pentagon is doing, either this administration is so inept that we know what they are doing, or they are doing more. Kirby alluded to that yesterday.

I don’t know what they are doing, but this is what I will tell you, Juez. One foot in and one foot out for 20 years in Afghanistan yielded no tangible results. And we can’t have an administration playing war that way. And so if this administration was going to prevent this war, I would have supported it fully. But to play it the way they are, I don’t know that Vladimir Putin is going to need to use nuclear weapons, para ser sincero contigo.

PIRRO: Escuchar, Joey, I can’t agree with you more. We don’t know what they’re doing. But what I can tell you is thisthey are leveling Ukraine. They are leveling that country.

JONES: estoy de acuerdo. Es trágico, it’s absolutely tragic.

PIRRO: It doesn’t look like an iron domain placed there in any way, forma, o forma.

JONES: And here’s an issue that I see as well. If we end up three months from now with Zelenskyy agreeing to the same terms that Putin offered two weeks ago, the other things that has changed are tens of thousands of Ukrainians died. That falls back to the west and our government for not having a better plan in place and understanding both of these forces at war better before this started. That is where my ire is pointed. I’m not going to armchair quarterback the president in the middle of it, because I don’t know what I don’t know. But just on this topic of escalating, or as the Russians say, escalate to deescalate, I would imagine bio or chem weapons come first.

PIRRO: Got to go, Joey. Muchas gracias.

Tonight’s Last Bite is an unsanitary one. You’ll see why in moments.


PIRRO: Just when you thought Dems couldn’t have been more revolting in today’s hearing, this happened.




PIRRO: Five-second rule, supongo.

That’s it for us tonight. I’m Judge Jeanine Pirro in for Laura Ingraham. Catch me weekdays on “EL CINCO” and go to Cameo.com/JudgeJeanine for a personalized video. Thanks for watching. Greg Gutfeld takes it from here.

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