The chauvinistic former judge and current Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano is getting himself in deep sh*t with a Texas District Attorney (DA), Devon Anderson, by suggesting that no “Republican woman” has the right to support Planned Parenthood. Excuse me?
Does Napolitano think that the DA, and all of the “weaker” sex, should be at home and barefoot with a couple of kids hanging off each arm, too? How dare he tell a woman, any woman, what she can or cannot do?
The scene of this little drama came after the grand jury indicted David R. Daleiden and Sandra S Merritt, the edit-crazy and fraudulent videographers.
Napolitano brought the woman’s healthcare organization, Planned Parenthood, which also provides abortions, to the grand jury on charges of buying human organs with the deceptively edited video as proof. Planned Parenthood counter-sued Daleiden’s organization, the Center For Medical Progress.
Instead of convicting Planned Parenthood, the grand jury indicted Merrit and Daleiden on charges involving tampering with a government record and purchasing human organs.
Napolitano whined that Planned Parenthood should have gone down, because the “fiercely pro-life” lieutenant governor Dan Patrick and Anderson were both Republicans, and then his tantrum went into full force:
‘The grand jury does not turn around and indict your witnesses, the people who brought you the case, without the prosecutor wanting this to happen!’
At this point, Napolitano was yelling:
‘So, why would this prosecutor, appointed by Gov. [Rick] Perry, a former judge, a Republican woman, why would this prosecutor want to do this other than to send a message like: I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone?’
‘Leave it alone? They’re using tax dollars to kill babies and sell their body parts!’
“Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy leaped into Napolitan’s pity pool, raising his voice:
‘They’re really seriously pro-life people wanting to expose how government dollars are being used by Planned Parenthood. The tapes came out, there’s a big uproar.’
Napolitano is indignant, calling the indictment a “political hit job” on the people doing the investigating. He even has the nerve to call Merritt a “bona fide journalist.” He must have meant “buena Fido,” which means “good doggy (named Fido).”
The journalist said that the indictment would “deter journalists who want to have conversations with people:”
‘The government [uses the same] techniques. There is a bad person out there, you find out how far they will go in their evil designs. The person having the conversation is not committing a crime because they don’t have the intent to commit the crime, they’re just trying to find out if the other is willing to do so!’
When Napolitano’s feet touched earth again, he admitted he hadn’t even seen the indictment yet:
‘None of us who are commenting on it — in fairness to these prosecutors — none of us have seen it.’
Doocy eggs the guy on by asking:
‘But ultimately, your gut tells you [what]?’
Triumphant, Napolitano cried out:
‘A political hit job,’
Well, I guess Napolitano should know about political hit jobs. He has committed them often enough.
Watch Napolitano’s hissy-fit:
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