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>> hold on to your wallets. homeland security member will explain. what does creating a web site actually entail? we will have a web designer here onset. you are looking at him right now. we are going to check with him through out the show to see how long it takes to set up a web site. ladies and gentlemen, start your clocks. hello and welcome to "justice. will i am judge jeanine pirro. for weeks we have been looking
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at a malfunctioning web site no one has been able to access. what you haven't heard about is the under belly of millions of unwitting americans like you being sized up for a con man. criminals lying in wait for the mother load for millions of you to sign up on that web site. that is what is disz functiysfd. new york times admits to dangers. con men prey on confusion over the terror act, fraud adds to troubles of healthcare program. even convicted felons can get the job as a navigator to enter information on to the
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malfunctioning web site. a prior conviction for fraud? check. a prior conviction for theft? check. a prior conviction for identity theft? no problem. well tomorrow to in a wor in a wold of presidents staff has got continue the-- gotten tr exceptions. 4 million americans have been told they cannot keep their healthcare plan this after our president promised for years that they could. >> if you like your healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, period. (applause) >> no one will take it away no
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matter what. >> but if you are a middle class american and have lost your plan, the president's fix? go on the web site and shop around for a new plan. except the web site is broken p. how do you afford a new plan anyways. it is estimated the typical american family in 2016 will have to pay 20,000 dollars more a year for their family's healthcare. is that middle class family only makes 60,000 dollars a year how can they possibly pay for it? the president's fix? check out the exchanges, the ones that are not up and running and not to worry, you will be eligible for substantial subsidies. what if you are not? the end result the middle class gets squeezed again. they in the country go
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backwards. think about it. if insurance companies are paying doctors and hospitals medicaid like rates, then specialists and doctors at top hospitals will simply refuse to participate. how do we give to an additional 40 million americans let alone pay for those additional 40 million without any plan at all to increase the number of doctors or any kind of incentives to get more people to go to medical school. the only way we the middle class again. mr. president you continue your pitch to them as recently as this week. >> for help to implement this law. i need your help to educate folks about this law. you need to keep knocking on doors and making phone calls and traveling all across your state.
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>> mr. president, with all due respect, what's the point of knocking on people's doors if no one can sign on to the web site? it has been more outrageous mr. president, you accused republicans of putting a gun to the heads of americans. >> you don't negotiate by putting a gun to the other person's head or worse yet putting a gun to the american people's head by threatening a shutdown. according to an explosive report you knew and your administration knew that up to 75 percent of the people would not be able to keep their plans. you knew this for three years as you continued to insist and pro hifr rate your lives that everyone could keep their health plan if they liked it, period.
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mr. president you say they negotiate by putting a gun to the american people's heads. did you perpetrate a lie to the american people? is that how you negotiate? my next guest predicted years ago that obamacare would be a disaster and he was right. with me the man with the crystal ball former massachusetts senator and fox news contributor scott brown. good evening, senator, how are you? >> great, judge, how are you? >> have nice opening. i enjoyed listening. >> the president was golfing again today while millions of americans are losing their health insurance. what is your reaction to that? >> he can do anything he wants but the first thing he should do is fire the people in charge of not only setting up the web site but overseeing the web site.
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there's a complete breakdown of trust between the american people and the federal government especially the agencies that are putting this together. he needs to do more in that respect. >> a lot of people are saying, should sebelius, the head of the health and human services, shouldn't she be fired? my question is, why should she be allowed to keep her job? what has she done to prove to the american people or the president that she is worthy of collecting a paycheck? >> listen, she should be fired. there has knotted been anybody fired that i am aware of after benghazi after the irs issue now this and other things as well. bottom line is you need to obviously -- it starts at the top. the trend starts at the top. when you are not going to hold anybody accountable for making mistakes and doing inappropriate things. i said this would be a train reck it would not be good for
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massachusetts or this country they would impose 18 new taxes, cut from medicare, it would be this one size fits all. if i am not mistaken we won world war ii in about 3.8 years, yet it took 3.8 years to get the b web site up and that doesn't even work. go figure. it is unbelievable what's happening here. >> i want you to know we have someone onset right now and i told everyone to start their cloc clocks. he is creating a web site as we speak. hopefully before the end of the hour we will find out how long it takes to build a web site certainly not on the level that we need for obamacare. let's talk about the fact that additional 40 million americans have to be covered under this new observe care. how do we do that without adding doctors to the plan? >> because of the changes a lot of doctors won't take these patients with the cuts to medicare there will be a strain
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on nurses hospitals and doctors. they are not going to take the patients. this will lead to a serious breakdown especially in massachusetts and other states that have health and medical care. i can't even believe what's happening. i put on facebook tell me if any one has received the reimbursement or actually signed up. i had two or three people saying i got a check and i paying a little less. i have 400,000 facebook followers and 60,000 twitter followers. it was overwhelming the amount of anger and frustration. i haven't seen anything like it since my special election, actually. >> one of the things we are going to be doing tonight is talking to some of the people. one woman in particular who has lost her healthcare and she had
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stage 4 breast cancer. senator brown as we go forward helpfully we will be able to call on you again. thank you for joining us tonight. >> any time, judge. go get em. >> coming up, the numbers keep growing millions are dropped from their health insurance. we are going to hear from one of them next. tonight's insta poles should the president apologize for not telling the truth about obamacare? facebook or tweet me at judge jeanine p. . we will read your answers later in the show. [ male announcer ] if you have a dream of owning a business,
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>> senate majority leader harry reid calling criticism of observe care jokes. >> my next guest certainly isn't laughing. she is battling stage 4 breast cancer and she is been notified that her insurance is being canceled. with me is maria silvia from dallas, texas. thank you for being with us tonight. first of all how are you feeling? >> i am doing all right today judge pirro. >> how did you feel when you got the letter saying your insurance was canceled? >> i was a little confused at first because i didn't understand why my policy was d ending or at the time i thought it was changing into another
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policy that i had. i didn't really understand that it was basically -- i had to fend for myself or look for something else to replace it. >> have you been under going any treatment for your breast cancer? >> yes, i have been under continuous treatment since i was first diagnosed in december of 09. i had chemo twice already and possibly i am going to have it in the next two or three months. i have had radiation three times. i have had a heart attack, so -- >> maria that is tough. what are you going to do? >> a lot of the things that have been being recently i haven't had the opportunity to check on other policies, and i am getting concerned that i won't have the care that i need to live or to
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survive. >> when you got the letter saying that your healthcare plan was being canceled as of what date? did they tell you? oo they stated i had until december 15th to switch our find another policy in order for it to be active or to not last for january 1st. >> december 15th, that's like four weeks. did you tall your insurance companies and ask them if they could help you find other insurance since you can't get on the web site, or have you tri tried>> i called them and they told me to look at the marketplace and to shop whether i wanted to stay with them or try out another policy or
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company and compare what they did, what they paid out for chemo and different things or the care i would need. but at the same time i wasn't in a hurry i didn't really completely understand what that entailed. >> this is serious stuff, maria. you are stage four chemo twice, radiation three times and heart attack. within three weeks you may not have healthcare. do you accept the president's apology? >> i guess i just -- i thought things would be a little bit more solidified with what's happening with my insurance. the time is coming so quickly. i am not sure, judge. >> our thoughts and prayers are with you. hopefully you will be able to
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get through this with some insurance. take care of yourself. >> thank you judge pirro. >> you are at risk for identity theft. the security dangers you need to know before signing on to labor unions off the hook for obamacare tax. you won't believe the loophole for the buddies. farmer: hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels.
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>> the obama crowd refuses to even address the problem. with me homeland security committee member congressman pat knee an who joins us from philly. how big is the security risk for americans? >> great to be with you again. i think it is very significant. so much of what we have been discussing to this point has been the frustration people have had about getting on to the web site. once the information is compiled and there are literally millions of people that may be a part of this network there's huge concerns about the security of that information and personally identifying information intimate information about individuals that may be at risk. >> let me ask you this congressman. when i was da for identity theft we know the lastest growing crime in america it can bring down a business and bring down
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government. but my question is this. if web a web site where there was no security blocking mechanism and it's an issue that hasn't been addressed what can you as a congressman do to help americans who put in social security numbers to find out what exchanges and what information is available to them? >> first we have to make sure the protections are in there that this system is secure. >> we already know that congressman don't we? >> we do know this. we need to make sure that it becomes a cure and that the testing that should have been done. we have answers about why it is there was a sign off on the part of the department of health and human services for this web site in violation of what the requirements are of the law in the form of them doing testing and then asserting this testing has been done appropriately.
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>> i understand homeland security is supposed to be involved whenever there is a dot gov domain issue to protect the security of these web sites. that wasn't the case, was it? >> one of the frustrations is hhs has been defined as one of the ones who had deficiencies in their ability with regard to security on information they already have. now they are going to be the holders of the greatest amount of identifying information ever collected in the history of this nation. it's a scary concept. >> it certainly is. a lot of americans have all kinds of problems. thank you for being with us. >> thank you judge. always great to be with you. >> morgan wright joins us from it dc. i understand you have been asked to testify before a congressional committee in the
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last couple weeks. >> the possible to americans>> the biggest one is what you are talking about identity theft. this is going to control one sixth of the nation's economy the most sensitive personal information we have which is identity venlt i can get another credit card or another car i can't get another identity. once you take that from me what you think i could do with that if i was the bad guy and the places i can operate from not just in the united states but we are talking about places to which there is no mutual assistance treaty. it will make it exceedingly difficult for our information to be protected. >> you know, you have dealt with web sites in the past and i know that you have been a state trooper you have been in law enforcement and you know this
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issue inside and out. you or someone involved in cyber security, what needs to be done before this web site can go up so that americans can feel comfortable signing up? >> judge, the biggest issue i have with this is actually i found this document. this is one of the over site committee got it's a redacted copy of the daily activity reports the test plan. is there anything on here about security. >> this talks about where the system is going to bonk out at 1100 users. that is from september 30th. i went through this and looked at this. no place in here is security. i am not a politician. my thought is, if you got a bad foundation don't build your house on it. you got to rip it down, tear it down start all over again. you are going to put one sixth of our nation at risk. >> i am going to make it worse. if you have navigators with identity theft convictions if you have convicted felons who
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can say i want that job and they can't refuse to give it to them, does that speed it up even more? >> judge, would you want to hire former convicted bank robbers to be your bank selltellers? this is in fact what happened. there is no policy around it. secretary sebelius said they will look at creating a policy. how can you not in a position of public terrorist this is what it is dealing with people's personal information not do an cursor rebackground check and weed out people with felony convictions. they are in place it is well documented. why we don't weed these folks out is a recipe for disaster. >> look forward to hearing your testimony on the 19th. thank you for being with us. >> an obamacare bailout you won't believer. the -- i am going to start again. this president's plans on giving a pass to his union friends.
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three-days of talks and no deal with iran to curb the nuclear weapons making process. they will try again in ten-days. the force of the congressional push is in the works to put in place new sanctions against iran. the nuclear chief is there to help investigate that iran is secretly working on nuclear weapons. now justice. >> the obama administration at it again. the white house appears to be working out a loophole that would let some labor unions off the hook for an obamacare pass. chris plants from dc and wall street journal has more. good evening, gentlemen. >> hi, judge. >> chris, what's going on? are the unions really going to get them passed on this obamacare tax that they call it now? >> well, of course they are. this is -- this tells you everything that you need to know about obamacare quite honestly. the labor unions and jimmy hoffa
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jr. fought for president obama on this healthcare bill. they fought to get him re-elected. they were the ground troops. now that they got them through they want to be exempt. the unions are president obama's friends. nobody in their right mind wants anything to do with obamacare if you are a friend of obama there's a carve out for you. it's chicago style corruption few pure and simple. we are going to see it come through very quietly through the tax code they will be exempted and get what they want like the executive branch and president obama's his employees that have been exempted. >> the middle class is the one getting squeezed here. >> always thes case. always the case with the liberal programs where we are going to raise taxes and it's not on you. this is going to be great. other people will have to pay for it but not you. that's how they always sell everything and it never turns out that way. >> steve, i will go to you, where is this pass for the middle class american people? >> well, there isn't one.
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this is the big problem. i mean isn't it interesting by the way, judge, that two groups of people we know are exempt from obamacare. members of congress who voted for it and the unions as chris said who are the foot soldiers who made it possible. to put it simply, we would not have had obamacare had it not been for the millions of dollars that the unions spent to impose this on the rest of us. we don't want to be a part of it. we want to be exempted. one more point. ten's of millions of americans are angry they are losing the insurance they have right now. the truth is 9 0e percent of americans have health insurance and the vast majority of us are pretty happy with what we have. that's the situation with the unions. they have gold plated plans the cadillac coverage. they don't want to give up that plan. i don't think they should have to.
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and if they don't have to why should we. >> i had a guest who had chemo twice, radiation three times and a heart attack in the last three years she just got a letter she has no health insurance next month. what does she do when the president says we will get it fixed here. can they fix it? it is a debacle. this is a calamity that is going to keep ongoing for years and years. my question for this administration, if you have the obamacare plan and you don't want to keep it, do you have to? in the end the answer is yes. you don't have to hadon't have choice. it will get worse from here. when the employer mandate kicks
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in there will be millions and millions more that will lose their insurance and it will just get worse. >> what this -- what the president would say to this woman is i have something better for you. this is what he is trying to tell the american people. the american people are saying you know what? he's selliounding like a used c sales man. i like the plan i have now and i want to keep it. that's the central problem as americans. >> my heartbreaks for this woman. she couldn't get on the web site to shop around. >> this may cost her her life quite literally. >> literally. chris, thank you for being with us tonight. >> thanks, judge. >> with me wieb designer ross wo half hour since our show began has been able to build a, woulding web site. all right rob. this is your business. you were able to set up a weeb site and you call it the healthcare web site. >> we were invited to your show
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today. i have nothing. i downloaded this template for $7 on-line. >> $7. >> i injected all of the programming built a data base in the past half hour that will have the links you see her you can apply on-line you can register. >> how many people can go on? >> it is unlimited. it depends on the hardware that you install. if you need a web site that has small resources you have a web site that has small resources. if it is to scale to millions of people it is easily done. >> what is the problem with the web site streaming almost four years $600 million, what is the problem? >> very good question. i have no idea me and my peers in my industry have never seen or heard anything like this. a web site even costing 1 percent of that web site costs is astronomical. it doesn't make sense.
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it has to be some sort of fraud involved at this point. >> it is a no bid contract house government and over sit committ committee will be hearing testimony on that this week. when rob came in he gave me a letter. rob, you received the letter that your healthcare is what? >> terminated. >> terminated. >> december 31st my healthcare plan is terminated. i am not like your previous guest maria, she is sick. i am healthy. if i need to go without for a while, i mean i will make due. >> it is illegal for me to have a plan in new york. we don't have a health plan. nyc i had my plan for years. i liked it. i thought i could keep it. that's not the case. i now will be losing it.
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>> i want to thank you for setting up a web site in 30 minutes for $7. anyway, coming up full newly re-elected new jersey governor chris christie's harsh words for president obama. don't forget to vote on the insta pole. should the president apologize for not telling the truth about obamacare? if you think a prune is a prune, you haven't tried sunsweet, the amazing prune. enjoy plum amazins, diced prunes. i'd put these on a salad. these would be perfect for cookies. delicious and nutritious sunsweet, the amazing prune.
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have the right partner at your side. consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan. go long. >> when you make a mistake you should own up to it and apologize for it. i think people give you credit for that. the fact is the president didn't tell the truth. it turned out not to be true that people would keep their insurance policies no matter what and they could keep their doctors no matter what. we need to confront that issue. the president needs to deal with it in a head on way. that is chris christie wondering why the president will not own up to his mistake. all right tony. what do you think about what governor crist tee had to say? >> when the governor won the historic reelection he showed
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the quality they liked the most about govern ner christie he did what he said and said what he promised. after two weeks of telling the american people obama said it was the insurance company's fault or putting an asterisk on it after saying 24 times if you like your plan you can keep it. all of a sudden he goes to the news on thursday night with the pressure of 15 democrats that day and said well i am sorry if you got negatively affected by this. >> all of the excuses the obama administration has put out there. >> you have republican governors like governor kay sich cuss sas politics aside. there are others so locked in to the politkovskaya ticks they
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won't lift a finger. >> i wish they would quit ir skaing people out of doing this program. >> neither he nor i are technology geeks. we assumed that it was up and ready to run. >> the insurer isic making a decision to basically cancel the plan. >> you have to love it. if the insurance companies, it's verizon, it's republicans. >> if there is exaggerated rhetoric around healthcare issues it is true for everyone. they are not going to kill grandma. some small percentage of people who had insurance plans are going to have to change. here is the larger part. you can gang up and complain and
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kick and scream. in the end democrats and the president are trying to get insurance for people who don't have it instead of helping it work they are complaining, apologize, wa, wa, wa. >> i had a woman with stage 4 breast cancer who was told she had no insurance as of a few more weeks, and she can't even get on a web site to get insurance. you want to talk death panels? >> let us have the conversation. >> let's have it right now. what insurance -- what administrative -- >> i know -- what administrative fix does this president have for that woman? >> let's get that woman to a hospital. let us get her insurance. >> she had a policy she liked. if the issue is we want to get
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healthcare for americans join me. join me. i am not fighting i am dying of breast cancer stanl four breast cancer that woman has and she can't get any insurance as of a few more weeks. don't give me the -- >> let us get together and make this thing work. >> that is nothing. by the way that is not true. they have the exemption. the health savings account. broad stage competition that would give everybody much more affordable health insurance. the judge -- ellis said something and he's continuing to talk about a point that president obama is leading on. 15 million americans as of now have lost their private insurance from -- because of
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obamacare regulations. >> as of next year. 120 million americans. >> i heard that. i heard that. you are denying it. >> why will the president if he swore for three years that you could keep your healthcare plan why would he not support a bipartisan bill that says protect your healthcare? >> how about this? answer the question yes or no. >> why don't we get that lady a better healthcare plan. >> you are not answering my question. ellis answer my question. >> i am not going to put my faith in the future of these insurance companies. get this lady the healthcare she needs. >> she had the healthcare she wanted. >> you don't have to have something better? >> how about what she wants? why do you have to do what the government wants. what you are failing to understand there is a bipartisan plan on the floor now mare leland ders supports it. keep your healthcare if you like it. >> tony ellis, frustrating.
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the pain started up and wrapped around to the front. i couldn't play my bassoon because of the pressure that i felt throughout my whole head. the blistering and the rash was moving down towards my eye. the doctors at the emergency room recommended that i have it checked out by an eye doctor. there was concern about my eyesight. when i had shingles the music stopped. >> there's a mandate requiring employers to provide birth control. religious groups nationwide has been fighting this on friday the
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federal appeals court 7th circuit in chicago ruled to stop it. reaction now from the pastor of the church of the holy family. what's your reaction to that the first time a court has issued an injunction saying they are going to stop it. not this may tread on religious rights first amendment. they are staying stop it right now. >> that is what we need. it will hopefully be in it the sa other jurisdictions the same result. we don't need the government telling health insurance how to provide healthcare for their employees. >> the go against the preaching of the catholic church of course and the courts have been saying it's a burden to those who believe this is not something. >> it is primary in american life it's in our constitution
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and history. your religion can only teach the following things it is ridiculous. the government will not take the mandate to do something wrong. >> i went to catholic schools and one out of six cases in this country received medical care in a catholic hospital every day. the catholic church feeds, clothes, educate, shelters more people than any other organization in the world. the mandate could end all of this. taxpayers would end up having to make up for the loss. >> this is why it is so bad on so many levels. it defeats the constitutional orders and threatens the driving and prosperous organization helping patients soup kitchens, think about all we do to help the poor. >> think about the adoption agencies. this could be a human disaster. >> it is a human disaster. it is unfolded in the areas
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where the had to partis nate in adoptions in massachusetts. the government is not here to tell us how to live. that is god we believe in god we are going to follow him. >> father murray always great to have you here. thank you for being with us. >> now it is time for the result of the insta pole. should the president apologize for not telling the truth about obamacare. the majority of you said absolutely yes. happy tweets who would believe him anyway if his lips are moving he's lying. sherry writes not only should he apologize i should scrap the law and start over. pat says, an apology won't do it for me. he needs to confess and repent. and jan knows something, he should apologize for pretending to apologize last week. my final thoughts tomorrow is veteran's day. they are dedicated and put their lives on the line for us every day. they do so in foreign land. the enemy lethal the consequence
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the ultimate sacrifice. the men and women at our u.s. military represent every thing that is good about us as a nation. my dad and grand dad fought proudly in world war ii. the next time you see a member of the u.s. military, think about the fact that they are always in a danger zone so that we can sleep in the safety and security of our own home. and next time you see a member of the u.s. military, go up to them and thank them. that's it for us tonight. thanks for joining us. remember to friend me on facebook and follow me on twitter at judge jeanine. see you next saturday night same time, same place. same me. ♪
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