In her second opening statement on last night's "Justice," Judge Jeanine Pirro pointed out that just a few days ago, the world recognized the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Christian genocide.

"It seems that we are doomed to watch history repeat itself," Judge Jeanine asserted, noting the terrible, ongoing slaughter of Christians in the Middle East.

"And if you're a Christian and worried, there is not much that should put you at ease. As the Earth continues spinning, no one is willing to stand up for the Christians."

Watch Judge Jeanine's second opening statement above and read the full transcript below.


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And now for my view on the continuing slaughter of Christians in the Middle East.

You know, we were horrified when we first heard about Christians killed in Mosul, Iraq, the remaining Christians and Yazidis not slaughtered moving from Mosul and then the killing of 21 captured Egyptian Christians at the hands of ISIS, the burning alive of a Jordanian pilot and reports that 12 Christians were thrown overboard from a refugee boat by Muslims, an Easter weekend attack targeting Christians in Aleppo, Syria, by jihadists and the latest: an ISIS video showing the brutal murder of groups of Ethiopian Christians.

As a result of continuing threats as well as these high-profile, high-production, Hollywood-like videos, more and more Christians are leaving not only the Middle East, but North Africa, as well.

Where will they go? Who will take them? And will they ever be safe?

You know, just a few days ago, the world recognized the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Christian genocide. It seems that we are doomed to watch history repeat itself.

The United States is run by a commander-in-chief who can't even say the word "Christian" or "Islamic fundamentalist." It's just “people dying.”

And if you're a Christian and worried, there is not much that should put you at ease. As the Earth continues spinning, no one is willing to stand up for the Christians.

My fear is that in 100 years, there will be another anniversary of genocide, this time of the Christians in the Middle East.

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