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Ryan E.
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January 8, 2023

Pirro: Speakership Fight "Making Republicans Look Ridiculous"

Fox News Host Jeannine Pirro is NOT impressed with at least one thing she's seeing out of Republicans lately: drama over selecting a House Speaker.

Even though Kevin McCarthy eventually won the gavel after a record 15 votes, Pirro needed only one word to describe how Republican voters should feel over the circus-sized fiasco, which included at least one physical altercation, Donald Trump being nominated, and a decision not being reached until midnight:

"Angry."

"This is an embarrassment. It has gone on long enough. It shouldn’t happen this way," Pirro said.

"I’m angry about it. They’re making the Republicans look ridiculous. First of all, I like Kevin McCarthy. Why wasn’t this done ahead of time? Why are we doing this in front of the public? We look like a bunch of fools. And Lauren Boebert – you know, with all due respect – the woman barely won her race. You’re holding out until Kevin falls. What is the alternative? What do you want? What is the option? What can people agree on? You want the Republicans to get the Democrats to get a speaker of the House?"

"These people that he gave money to are voting against him. What do they want? They have no other alternative. They’re egomaniacs who’ve got no answers and they oughta just be quiet and just go along with the majority at this point. If you don’t want to vote for a bill, don’t vote for it. And that’s the end of it."

Do you agree with Jeannine?

Should Republicans be embarrassed it took so long, or proud they're willing to fight for what they believe in?

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