Judge Jeanine to Trump Protesters: 'The Silent Majority Will Not Be Silenced'
“Since when if you state an opinion are you responsible for someone's reaction?” she asked. “Since when do you have the right to interrupt my First Amendment right to listen to a candidate for the highest office in the land?” “This is America. Not the Soviet Union,” said Judge Jeanine. “Your free speech, if it differs from mine, doesn't mean that you're right and I’m wrong, and therefore I must be silenced. But that is exactly what the left tried to do in Chicago last night, and again moments ago in Kansas City to more than 25,000 who came to hear Donald Trump.”