Pirro to poor ‘Sniffer’ Joe Biden: ‘Stick to making friendship bracelets,’ don’t hold your breath for Obama

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Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro has some advice for 2020 contender former Vice President Joe Biden: Give up your silly dream of becoming president and stick to making friendship bracelets.

Pirro ruthlessly doled out this advice after spending roughly three minutes late Saturday on FNC’s “Justice with Jeanine” mocking the former VP over the endless scandals that have plagued his presidential campaign, including the latest one over his “segregationist” remarks.


She began by pointing that he’s suddenly been branded a racist by his peers in the 2020 race, and all because he’d had the apparent audacity to point out that he’s willing to work with anybody to get things done, including people with whom he disagrees ideologically.

Earlier in the week Biden had specifically cited his past interactions with two former colleagues who were staunch segregationists as examples of him remaining civil and working with those with whom he doesn’t see eye-to-eye. His point had been to note that, to get things done in this world, sometimes you have to work with people you dislike.

“Joe tries to explain he can work with anyone,” Pirro said. “He’s suddenly a racist to his far-left, eat-them-alive Democrat colleagues.”

After playing a montage of his 2020 competitors suggesting he’s a racist, the host turned her attention to the growing scandal involving Biden’s son, Hunter.

“What’s with Joe’s son?” she said. “Now, I’m usually the first one to say a family member’s behavior is totally irrelevant to the candidate. But you just cannot here.”

On the same day that word broke that an Arkansas woman has filed a petition for paternity and child support against Hunter, ABC News ran a bombshell report examining his stunningly shady foreign business dealings.

It turns out that shortly after then-Vice President Biden traveled to Ukraine in 2014 to assist the government with something, a Ukrainian natural gas company accused of corruption appointed his son to its board of directors.

But it gets worse, according to Pirro.

“Joe Biden admits that when his son Hunter was working for an energy company in the Ukraine, he, Joe, threatened the president of the Ukraine that he would withhold $1 billion if the prosecutor investigating the energy company where his son worked was not fired.”

That admission may be heard below:

“Curiously, his son had no background in energy and was making $50,000 a month,” the judge continued. “Biden is so stupid he proudly admits that, after he threat, the prosecutor was fired. Shades of the Clinton Democrats, where foreign policy is shaped to benefit the family pocketbook.”


Then she pivoted to former President Barack Hussein Obama, who as of late June had still refused to endorse his former VP for president.

“And even Joe’s best pal, Barack, is uncharacteristically silent these days,” Pirro said. “Joe had to remind him that they are besties with this best friends forever bracelet.”



Joe, I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for your best pal, Barack, to endorse you. Maybe though he’s waiting for the perfect day when the sun, the moon, the stars and all the planets are aligned to signal that Joe, you’re the one. But in the meantime, Joe, you would probably make a pretty lousy president, so stick to making your friendship bracelets and wishing and hoping.”

“America doesn’t need a best friend. America doesn’t need a sniffer or a plagiarist,” Pirro concluded.

The “sniffer” remark was in reference to serious accusations from a former Nevada state legislator that Biden had not only touched her in a “blatantly inappropriate and unnerving” way during an event in 2014, but that he’d also “inhaled my hair” (sniffed it with passion, basically) and “proceeded to plant a big slow kiss on the back of my head.”


Pirro’s remarks about Biden were part of a wider, 7-minute monologue about the ridiculousness of the Democrat presidential primaries.

“If you thought there was a lot of in-fighting in the Republican Party when Donald Trump ran in the 2016 presidential primary against 16 other candidates, sit back, strap in and grab your popcorn,” she said. “The Democrat primary promises to be an all-out, bare-knuckle, beatdown clown show.”

She added that while President Donald Trump is busy touting his booming economy and the return of the American dream, his potential opponents are eating each other alive.

“So, as he stays strong and laser focused on his strengths and the rocketing economy with opportunity for all Americans to be part of the American dream, the Democrat clown car overloaded with 23 candidate bumbles down the path to nowhere,” she said.

“Like cannonballs, their plan not so much to promote themselves as it is to eat each other alive. Example. As if their supposed front-runner Joe Biden doesn’t have enough problems just being who is, past plagiarisms illustrate his lack of depth on important subjects. His penchant to stick his nose in women’s necks — I still haven’t figured out what the men is sniffing for!”

Listen to the whole monologue below:



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