Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro just released her own version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
In Pirro’s version of the classic tale, Fox News reports, she substitutes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for the old miser of the story, Ebenezer Scrooge.
Whereas Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet to Come, Pelosi is visited by the ghosts of “lawlessness,” of “immigration,” and of “greed.”
Pelosi’s three ghosts
Pirro treated viewers to her version of A Christmas Carol during Saturday night’s broadcast of Justice with Judge Jeanine.
“The first ghost to visit Nancy Pelosi is the ghost of lawlessness in America,” Pirro said, according to Fox. “Nancy, as the lead Democrat in Congress, you could have stopped this, but you refused to do so. Nancy, Nancy, Nancy, you don’t know where the lawlessness comes from?”
“It’s in your city of San Francisco,” Pirro continued, “that was once breathtakingly beautiful where people don’t even want to walk their dogs because of human feces on the street, because of needles lining the street — and across America, people don’t want to get caught up in the crime that’s enveloping every large city run by Democrats.”
Then, Pirro moved on to Pelosi’s second ghost: Immigration. She said:
While we suffer from hoards of unvaccinated illegals surging into our country in the middle of a pandemic, we are left to deal with individuals who are criminals — mules for the cartels and human smugglers.
Pelosi’s final ghost, according to Pirro, is “greed.”
“That’s a big one for you and your husband,” Pirro said. “You’ve made millions since you’ve been in Congress, and so many of you went into Congress of moderate means and cover each other’s backs so you can all reap the benefits that ordinary Americans cannot.”
What about the ending?
As anyone who read Dickens’ classic knows, Scrooge is completely transformed into a good human being after his visit from the three ghosts. Pirro said that she’s not sure what Pelosi’s ending might be.
“The question for Ebenezer Scrooge — here, our own Nancy Pelosi — is whether redemption is even available to her,” Pirro said.
“Anything is possible,” Pirro concluded.