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york. until next week, good night and god bless. stay tuned for "justice with judge jeanine. >> hello and welcome to "justice. i am judge jeanine pirro. barack obama is about the lowest presidential ratings in the history of polling. congress is so far down the black hole it's not even worth poling them any more. political ads are so incredibly negative these days even the liable and slander laws don't want to be associated with them. claims are made that are so outrageous even a grand jury comprised exclusively of defense attorneys would hand up a criminal indictment in a new york minute.
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the name calling is so bad just this week the united states jury leader harry reid said rep republicans are obviously run by a bunch of the crazies. and last week on the senate floor itself reed said americans with terminal cancer and those with ms who say they want their healthcare insurance because of obamacare are all liars. >> we heard about the evils of obamacare and republican speeches and paid for by oil. but in those tales turned out to be just that. tales. stories made up. lies distorted by republicans to grab headlines for political ad
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advertisement. >> when a reporter asked the simple question about legislative procedure, majority leader reid told him to get a brain. and you remember when any one opposed to obamacare was an arsonist, a terrorist, had a bomb strapped to his chest. my favorite, the words spoken by the president of the united states himself that he would not negotiate with republicans or any one who had a gun to the head of the american people. on the other hand, republicans they rerun the senate like a dictator specifically vladimir put tin. like put tin compromise isn't in his vocabulary. reed's response, i don't care. i have got news for you. you need to care. you work for us, mr. reed. but things got particularly h t heated at a house over sight
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hearing this week one after lois lerner again refused to talk about the obama administration's targeting of tea party conservatives the hearing was called to an end by the republicans microphones were turned off and congressman cummings continued to speak. don't forget this dig at republicans. >> but for many of them i call them legislative arsonists they are there to burn down what we should be building up>> i don't remember it ever being this bad. they sound like a bunch of spoiled brats who simply pleneeo grow up. >> come on. we'll take you right here right now. >> shut up,ity i don't do. >> more ron. >> butt sniffer. >> puss licker.
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>> they never changed the long standing filibuster rule just for the satisfaction of getting even now. but folks, buckle up, it's only going to get worse. the 2014 elections are right around the corner. but you shouldn't worry, just be happy. the although you might be stressing about your job, your mortgage, your healthcare our president doesn't seem to be bothered. he doesn't even seem to care, he's past it going on vacation, another vacation while the ukraine continues on a downward spiral and putin rebegins his reclaiming of the mother land. obama will leave it to this guy to take care of business. >> i want to give president putin a personal message from me. mr. putin, vladimir, i never met you. i don't have experience in
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international diplomacy, but i have a very particular set of skills. skills that will make me a nightmare for someone like you. >> just in case liam doesn't take care of business, the president is hoining h honing hn skills. (applause) >> if only that were true. putin's tinks just keep rolling in obama is working on his own rolling. the sad part about all of this folks is that it is real life. you deserve more than a comedy show. you deserve more than being subjected to angry rhetoric and the failure of washington to
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accomplish anything. mr. reid since you are not compromising these days i have a good book for you someone in your own party a giant you could learn a lot from. he knew how to work with everyone to bring people together and the uniting power of the word us and we the book is called master of the senate, the man president lyndon johnson. mr. president a little reading for you, too, on what it means to be a leader. try ronald reagan, fdr, true ma. hell, at this point i would even take jimmy carter. washington is a citadel of politics in america. it's even named after one of our founding fathers and the first president. we look to washington for direction and leadership, it's where every aspect of our society intersect with government. it's always been a place held to high esteem.
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our forefathers work very hard to make it represent what it does today. the chicago style gutter politics brought into washington by barack obama and his cronies brings it to such a low the krohning numbers around the worst of it. our founding fathers are spinning in their grooifs. that -- graves. that's my open. coming up. she keeps pleading the 5th but her e-mails don't lie. congressman dowdy exposes lois lerner in the latest on the irs targeting scandal. vo: volkswagen has the most vehicles on the road
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turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours. >> fireworks this week after low ryes learner again took the 5th before congress. i love it when they take the 5th.
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>> i am pleading the 5th. >> i am pleading the 5th. >> i am pleading the 5th. don't ask me a question. >> joining me now south carolina congressman tray dowdy who sits on the government reform committee. i understand you were in that committee during when lois lerner took the 5th this week. what happened? >> well we expected her to testify and i spent most of the weekend preparing different lines of questions then we learned that morning she was going to invoke her 5th amendment privilege again. >> congressman i don't mean to interrupt you. there are e-mails indicating that she wanted a week delay in order it testify and your committee had actually confirmed this with her lawyer, is that
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correct? >> sure. there are e-mails they were initiated she wanted a one-week delay. she is had nine months. what you don't see are the telephone conversations between staff and her attorney. we fully expected her to testify. that was not a show hearing. >> she comes in and she takes the 5th amendment. her lawyer interestingly enough wasn't there an agreement she would testify, he says there's no pos i wanted that ms. learner would be given a fair opportunity to speak or tell the truth. that is their excuse for her taking the 5th. does that make sense to you? >> no, that is laughable. she talked to the department of justice with one group that can actually put her in jail and she talked to them without immunity and without any conditions but not a washed up former group of
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people that can't put her in jail. >> she is willing to talk to a prosecutor in the department of justice but not willing to testify or talk with congress which has over sight over this type of situation. what does that tell you? >> she is willing to go behind closed doors with a bunch of prosecutors that doesn't think are going to prosecute her but she won't talk to your viewers or fellow citizens. >> could it be because the former prosecutors tawork for barack obama? >> he said there wasn't a smidgen of corruption. maybe there's something she doesn't know. >> you are a former da a former united states attorney, congressman. take me through what happens now. can she be held in contempt and if she is can a court force her to testify before you guys?
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>> what is going to happen next is i believe we are going to have another hearing without her present we are going to try to get democratic colleagues to get us back to answer questions. help us get her in a setting where she will answer our questions like she has the department of justices. if she will not do that i believe we are marching toward contempt of congress. there are three different kind but there are four purposes it requires a refur rale to the executive branch or u.s. attorney to prosecutor. thees not going to happen. we will have to go in front of a federal judge and ask the judge to find she waive her privilege and talk. that will be months if not years. >> do you see yourself going to a federal judge despite louing it take? >> we are convinced she wait and
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we are convinced we need her answers to fully investigate this. >> when she first came in and testified before your committee made a statement and said i plead the 5th don't ask me any questions that's what you mean by wait? >> she said 17 factual assertions. that's a lot of talking for someone who wants to remain silent. >> confrontation between darrel issa and elijah cummings. i want you to take a look at this. >> close it out. >> i am a member of congress of the united states of america. i am tired of this. >> (inaudible) >> all of us are concerned about the rhetoric in congress. was chairman issa right to turn off the mic? was cummings incorrect in not even asking a question but
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making what seemed to be a political statement? >> chairman issa apologized. that was warranted and necessary. mr. cummings tells us he was going to say if i can help you get the answers to these questions let's find another way to do it his way is behind closed doors but still it's a start. i have known both of those men for three years. they have a very good relationship 99 percent of the time. >> i have been in the hearing room and i have seen there's a certain congeniality between the two of them. stick around. we will be right back with much more after the break. so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month? yup. all 5 of you for $175. our clients need a lot of attention. there's unlimited talk and text.
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>> back with me trey gowdy. we have been talking about lois lerner. i was looking at some of the e-mails and testimony of irs officials which you have access which indicates this isn't just a caning rue investigation there is meat to the allegations. what can you tell us? >> it starts with them criticizing the court decision in the state of the union. as you remember it is unusually for a president to criticize supreme court judges to their faces which is what he did. that signal to the irs and others it's open season on citizens united. there are e-mails to lois lerner where she says perhaps the fcc federal election commission will save the day. save the day fob whom. there are e-mails she got about
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democrats maybe losing the senate. her response was that would be worse than the republican president. there are e-mails where she said we don't need that project to appear per se political. she e-mails the coke brothers name but she says what was she talking about. >> that is exactly what this is about. she is a card carrying democrat she did not want the president to lose she would need a project but it doesn't appear to be for political it was to shut up the voices. >> it has to be frustrating for you as a prosecutor. yesterday at c pack rand paul won the strong hold for a second
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year in a row. >> there is a great, great tumultuous battle underway for the future not of the republican party but the future of the entire country. >> all right. do you think rand paul is going to run in 2016? >> i hope he does. i think he will. i want many of the voices -- i will throw tim scott in that as well. i want all of the voices on stage treating each other with respect and let citizens decide who has the best vision. >> the politicians want to treat each other with respect and civility. there are so many of these debates, primary debates it kind of works against the candidates in the end. do you think they should reduce the number of debates? >> yes, and i think we should
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behave better during the few we have. we can't beat each other up and expect expect -- everybody to sing couple me by awe after. it rules out most of the media types asking the questions. fewer, more civility, more grace, let people know what you are for not just what you are against. >> that was the message at cpac as well. before i finish up with cpac let me ask you a question about marco rubio. he came in second last year. this year he was second or third from the bottom. what do you attribute that to? >> probably his pursuit of immigration reform. i understand people are critical of that. they are critical of me because i am on a committee talking
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about immigration reform. i think marco rubio is an incredibly talented public official. i hope he's one of the voices up there. there is not a nicer person than i have met other than tim scott in washington than marco rubio. people cannot like him if they want. i just have -- my preference is not to rule people out because you disagree with them on one issue. >> unfortunately the electorate votes on one issue. i am going to ask you about the executive over reach bill that you are sponsoring. talk to me about this. >> congress passes laws. requires the executive to faithfully execute those laws. when he or she does not congress ought to stick up for themselves. they talk about the power of the
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person impeachments those are punishments. i want the president to do their job and they allow us to go to court and do a judicial entity the judicial branch to order to do what the constitution requires him to do. >> whether what you are saying when the president goes beyond changing a law this bill would allow congress to go to a judge and have a judge stop that. if that were the law today what specifically could ydo you see f or congress going to a judge to prevent the president from implementing or force him to enforce? >> well, individual members don't have standing but hopefully the body itself does. look at the affordable care act. look at the abstentions and delays. >> obamacare. >> look at the immigration law. if you have immigration reform what guarantee do you have this
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president this one or others are going to enforce what you come up with. look at the drug laws eric holder said he wasn't going to follow any more. if you want right laws run for congress. your job is to faithfully execute them. there are three areas we mentioned they are not doing it. >> congressman trey gowdy always good to talk to you. thank you so much for joining us. >> yes, ma'am. coming up is terrorism to blame for the mysterious disappearance of the malaysian airlines flight. ...and a choice. take 4 advil in a day which is 2 aleve... ...for all day relief. "start your engines"
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about two hours into the flight this weekend. it took off from malaysia headed for beijing, china. there were no distress signals. they are off the southern coast to help for the search. they are looking on the ground near the coast. the ntsb and faa also headed there. fox news confirmed at least three americans along the people on board two of them very young children. four people being looked at boarding with suspicious passports. now back to "justice. >> the search does continue for the missing malaysian airlines flight that disappeared near beijing. what's the latest you can tell us? we have heard they think they may have identified the door in the area where that oil slick appears to be? >> good evening, judge pirro.
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one door doesn't equivalent to an airplane. if that airplane broke up at high altitude the debris field would be quite large. until we get more information on that door, it like anything else is pure speculation at this point. >> if the plane was flying at 30,000 feet and it did blow up in the air the door wouldn't have survived? that would be smaller? >> what i am saying for a de brief period, if it came apart at that for whatever season the debris feels it is a little large.
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why pan-am 1 to 3 followed by the terrorist tomber in 1988 that covered a huge area in to the land. same thing like twa which whether or not involved>> what is your gut telling you? >> my butt tells me t-- my gut s me it is one of the possibilities. let's say terrorism is a large probability, but you could also have other things which are possible like the breakup from a cat stofic shale your of an airplane in flieth. >> you were involved in the
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design of the airport. what can you tell us about security? is security as tight in that airport as it is say the united states? could someone be able to get through with the bosch. >> the malaysians we designed is system in 196, 97, 98. they are serious about avenue vation security. it is unlikely they would be lax but with someone who has an inside track. pos impossible most anything. >> two stolen pat ports.
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>> a lot of refugee process, fraudulent process goes on in transit areas in some of those airport. we have run into that in our business over the years, singapore, malaysia, thai land, whatever. someone gets a bogus airport never leaves the transit area. they december proi the documents they eninitially traveled from. they had to claim fef see stat does or the two stolen passports have nothing at all to do with this. it is possible they could as well. >> i think it was interesting they were both lost or stolen in
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thailand the owners were there two different countries. a raises suspicions. thank you for being with us this evening. >> it's a pleasure, judge. thank you. joining me now terrorism analyst back captain of fox news chuck nash. all right, eric, let me focus about you about the region. malaysia -- we have seen radical islamic activity was there. the spit ill limb mated 11 airliners from south ayes asia and blow them up in mid air. there's a history there. also this flight was going from mal taaysia to china. in western china we had xhi
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zhang providence. it is a lateral looking to break away from china. they have carried out a number of attacks including this one dig attack in china killed 11 people. a lot of possibilities here. >> you told us about the surge. you heard the interview with the previous one what is being done. >> the aircraft is a self reporting a craft. it's an akon nim like today with the operation centers in the country. what it is, what it is doing, all of that stuff. i am a bit perplexed as to why they don't know where the aircraft stops reporting.
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when it does as soon as possist there is an electrical battery. maybe pause it was incapacitated and it spinninswings and let's back to the water. >> wouldn't there be a mayday, something? >> i know from the legal profession you have your rules of thumb the axioms you live by in injurijuris prudence. in aviation the number one rule is aviate, mav gate uncommunicate. if you start flying success saws in the nave reforce. first thing you would get it to where they waned to go.
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to your point. it's a two-hutted done push. somebody sudden she the mic on the control column or activate the emergency boat. >> radar. >> gps. anything. >> multiple systems all trying to say here i am, here i am. i am amazed that it is a big ocean, it is a big sky and if you are 35,000 feet doing 500 knots and something goes catastrophically wrong where that airplane could come down is a big ark. they are in the ark searching them. >> no one claimed responsibility f or any terror attacks at that point?
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>> there are strong signs it may have been there. you have several threats about the toothpaste tooth a a wosh went off. let me ask you, on this issue of the passport being stolen from two different countries. pt appears the passport is crashed up to the dapproximates taw vase. >> not only in aush yaw most of the world. they don't check the data base they show your passport and get through. to taker rick's point there is a ghu named ibrahim al-asiri.
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he's the guy to trained the shoe bomber that the parcel express business that was out there. al qaeda is going after commercial airlines before 9-11. >> before we wrap up i will go to you captain nach. how long do you think we will get a decision as to what happened here? >> it could tickake a long time. united multiple jurisdictions not in the asame con p tree but internationally. hey, it didn't answer in their faces turn the back langs out. then at the with if snow cha happened. we are going to tyned at that a lot sooner than that. >> my
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>> this week we find out the president's big plans for all the uninsured to sign up just isn't working. a new study finds only one in 10 uninsured people who qualify for private plans through obamacare have bothered to enroll in the last 30-days. with me senior economic writer for the wall street journal steve moore and boston harold radio host adriana cohen. your family's insurance was canceled because of obamacare and now you have to pay almost 12,000 dollars more a year. first of all, why? >> well, first of all as you know my now the president lied to us when he promised if you like your healthcare plan you will keep it. pi period. we know that is not true. 5 million americans so far since october have lost their healthcare insurance. this was not what we were
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promised. i found out a week ago my family is also having our healthcare plan canceled due to obamacare. this is a plan we liked. we have had for years and we could afford. i guess this letter from the massachusetts health connector said that if i want a similar hmo similar to the one my family had it will sky rocket our rates. my preem numb alone will go up by 7,750 dollars. my co-pays will go up and i will be subject to as much as 10,000 dollars in out of pocket expenses. this is not what the democrats and others who voted for obamacare promised. a i was promised we could keep our health insurance wouldn't leave our doctor or hospital and promised average family would see a savings of 2500 a year. >> when harry reid calls people like you who make these claims
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liars the person lying clearly was the president. what do you think about that? >> i am deeply offended harry reid is calling me and my family a liar. we have suffered damages. we have had our healthcare insurance ripped away from us as have 5 million other americans. we been lied to and we have been damaged. we have been financially damaged it. he's trying to pass the blame to the coke brothers. i have never even met them. >> what do you think of this? >> this is only part of the problem. ed o the other part is you have employers dropping their health insurance plan because it is cheaper to dump them into the obamacare plan. now as you know just a few weeks ago you had the congressional budget office say this law was going to lead to the destruction of 2 to 3 million jobs.
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there has been go nude -- no go. most of the people getting the obamacare coverage they already had health insurance. the people without health insurance the people supposed to be helped by the law most of them are not getting coverage the people getting coverage don't evalready had health insurance. >> obamacare is uninsuring those who didn't hahad coverage and ph no insurance want nothing to do with it. >> the reason they aren't signing up is even with the subsidies they don't have the money to pay for the subsidized premiums that are maybe 100 or 200 month. this is the problem the obama administration is running into. to the sprooef why yous point this could be an albatross
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around the neck of democrats. they provided the key vote that made this law possible. i don't think there's any question it's going to impact the 2014 elections. adriana, going back to you what can you do about this? >> i can tell you what makes matters worse, the massachusetts health connector the web site has been so malfunctioning if you want to go on and enroll the web site doesn't seen work. it has so many bad glitches since it launched in massachusetts there are over 54,000 residents trapped in a paper backlog since the web site doesn't work they have been asked to fill out paper applications. there is a massive nightmare backlog. i will have to fill out one of these paper applications and it may take six months for me to
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hear back as to whether or not i have healthcare coverage. >> steve, do the people who are losing and have lost their healthcare who become now not able to reup, what redorrs do they have very quickly? >> not much. not much, judge. many people are going without health insurance because they can't reroll in their old plan. now the democrats scuttlebutt in washington is democrats may delay much of this until not after the 2014 election but after the 2016 election when barack obama isn't president any longer wi longer. >> coming up my closing statement on the teen who took her parents to court. you are not going to want to miss this one. i want you to know should a teen be able to sue her parents? facebook or tweet me at judge jeanine. ur business can be on as network for $175 a month?
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>> two-days before her 18th birthday rachel canning moves in with her girlfriend. they stop paying for her private school and they won't give her the car they bought her because she won't abide by their rules. she sues the parents with the help of the father of the girlfriend she moved with. she is seeking tens of thousands of dollars for abandonment. the judge denied rachel her request. all lawsuits are ugly but this in particular is painful to watch. rachel said her father was inappropriately infection at by constantly putting his arm around her in public and kissing her on the cheek.
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she also alleges that her father allowed her to drink at a wedding and actually gave her liquor and her parents are unreasonable because they force her to baby-sit her sisters. rachel's parents say the girlfriend's father is allowing her to drink alcohol and it goes on and on. parents have a duty to support minor children definition someone less than 18. you move out of your air p parent's home you don't like their rules so you can be with your boyfriend and girlfriend's family rachel not only should you not receive any money to complete your high school education, nor the college fund you are trying to get and you wouldn shouldn't get your car either. hell, i wouldn't let you take your clothes out of the house. you have a lot of nerve to think you are entitled to the generosity your family has showered you with. how dare you embarrass your family and draw unnecessary
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scrutiny why it does not be long. i am a mother of two children. i think your parents should be allowed to sue you for 18 years of fooding clothing and shelter. your parents should be able to sue you for the time, energy and affection they lovingly showered on you. your fathmother should be able get the punitive damages from you for the pain and suffering she encountered when she carried and delivered you. tell your request girlfriend's father when i was a da i would arrest any one who gave a child under 21 that's against the law. you want to be emancipated buy your own clothes pay for your own manicures and haircuts, get a job get a drift and now tonight's poll. we asked should she be able to sue her parents? 99 percent of you said no. ed writes nope what is the world
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