Judge Jeanine joined by Ann Coulter: Obama lies like ‘a used car salesman’

Judge Jeanine Pirro compared President Barack Obama to a used car salesman in the opening statement to her Saturday Fox News show. It was probably an insult to used car salesmen.

Pirro said Obama’s broken promise about keeping our preferred health plans is the latest in a long string of lies.

“He lied about that awful video on Benghazi. He lied about getting to the truth about the IRS. And he lied to us about what most of us consider sacred — our family’s health,” Pirro said, adding the point was proven by federal court documents filed by the Department of Justice that confirmed “most health plans would lose their grandfather status.”

And why would the president tell a litany of lies that will eventually be uncovered? “So you, Mr. President, can win an election,” Pirro said.

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter added her own commentary on the subject. Watch the video here, and if you haven’t already, check out Man with concealed weapon shoots ‘knockout game’ attacker – twice

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