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Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted this morning to the scant mainstream media coverage given to this week's assassination of a New York City police officer. 

The story broke overnight Wednesday and was covered heavily on "Fox & Friends" that morning.

But on MSNBC from 6am to 9am, the attack was not mentioned and on CNN, it received just over 90 seconds of coverage. 

A 12-year NYPD veteran, 48-year-old Miosotis Familia, was shot in the head in her patrol car in what was called an "unprovoked attack."

Ainsley Earhardt asked how the media coverage has gotten to this point, where the assassination of a police officer, who was a mother of three, gets no attention. 

"It's not important to them," Pirro responded.

"Law and order is not important to MSNBC and the other channels. It's all about, in their mind, Donald Trump and the victimization of police," she added.

Watch her full reaction above and don't miss "Justice" on Fox News Channel, Saturdays at 9pm ET

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