November 2, 2017

The three co-hosts of Fox and Friends want people who are protected under the Constitution or are U.S citizens and commit acts of terror to suffer much more than they are.

Whenever our country suffers a blow as we did in NYC, we don't need myopic a-holes making false claims about our justice system just to score points with Trump, who has no clue about the basics in the Constitution or any law governing us in general.

And Trump should not be ordering the death penalty in any forum.

It taints juries and Trump’s prescription could actually hurt prosecutors’ efforts for convictions.

Presidents typically don’t weigh in on ongoing criminal cases because defense attorneys can then argue that their client has lost his right to a fair trial.

After opening with the NYC attack, co host Brian Kilmeade said, "He is way too comfortable. I'm not saying torture, but there's got to be a way for these terrorists not to feel as though they're in the promised land in our hospital. He also complained about his wounds when he was in the wheelchair, which he demanded, while he was being read his rights. He is way too comfortable."

Maybe Kilmeade would like the NYC police to put him in an "Iron Maiden" or maybe "the Wheel?"

Ainsley said, "He thinks he's a hero - he thinks he deserves how many virgins in heaven..."

Steve Doocy then played a clip of Trump saying he'd consider sending him to Gitmo.

Sending Saipov to Gitmo, which would be illegal because he is a permanent lawful resident in our country, didn't stop Kilmeade, Doocy and Ainsley from wanting to strip him of his constitutional protections.

Kilmeade was really angry that Saipov was read his rights, but that's the law, moron.

"By evening, somebody in the district court read him his rights. For some reason, our attorney general was just sitting on his hands."

Kilmeade continued, "This guy is an enemy combatant, should be treated like that if we're serious about keeping our people safe. Your mindset should be this: What if that was your family member that was run over at that bike path on a 56-degree beautiful day? And I think people are distancing themselves, trying to put him through the criminal justice system, and they're not acknowledging that we're in a war."

Congress could change things, pass new laws and maybe declare war, but they haven't. Making specious claims during a time of anger is what fuels modern day conservatism and we are witnessing this in real time.

And that's only breeds frustration and more dumbed-down people, which I guess is the point of Fox and Friends at its root.

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