Judge Jeanine: I Had Cancer, and Russia Uranium Deal Threatens Cancer Diagnosis Technology
Judge Jeanine Pirro said that for her, the Obama administration's controversial uranium deal was a personal affront.
Judge Pirro was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, and found out she was sick with the help of nuclear imaging technology.
"Uranium is key to nuclear imaging," the judge explained.
The Hillary Clinton State Department cut a uranium deal with Russia which handed over a large percentage of America's uranium supply and padded the Clinton Foundation's pockets.
Americans should not have to deal with the thought of our uranium being in Russian hands, not only risking our national security but also increasing our medical dependency on "governments that are committed to our destruction," Judge Jeanine said.
"It's bad enough for people like me who get that cancer diagnosis, who go through the treatment not knowing what's going to happen at the other end."
"We don't need to be vulnerable to Russia, Iran, or even North Korea," she concluded.