The battle between logic and illogical, between reason and idiotic gets underway with Judge Jeanine asking her guest, a liberal attorney and talk show host named Coco Soodek, how she could possibly think a document created without questioning the accused or any of the witnesses makes any sense at all.
Coco shows she might be coconuts by answering, “Judge, Senator Feinstein is an American hero. And releasing this report is the best thing we can possibly do because look, there’s obviously controversy about what was done with all of these detainees. And the best thing to do in a democracy, in a representative republic, which is what we’ve got, is to put this information out there and let the people look at it and decide whether it was appropriate or not. And I don’t think it was appropriate. What was done in my name is abysmal.”
Judge Jeanine notes the fact that the DOJ has already investigated it and raises the obvious political timing and the risk to Americans in captivity, asking, “What is that about?”
She says that she doesn’t think that the DOJ is saying there was no crime committed, just that the DOJ didn’t have the political will to pursue it.
Judge Jeanine makes a strong case for the CIA even without pointing out to the liberal that the methods used were approved in advance by the DOJ, as not being torture. The liberal compares our actions to the Nazis of World War ll and repeats the worn out line, “We’re supposed to be better than this.”