Judge Jeanine Pirro started her show off the way she does every week, with a crushing blow to the person or group committing wrongs or being indecent. This week, she was up to bat with Hillary Clinton, and it got intense, to say the least.
Pirro decided that her show was a great opportunity to explain to the public “what happened” leading up to and following the election. “You lost because people don’t like you,” Pirro summarized perfectly. She went on to discuss things such as James Comey, and how Clinton should not get a free pass on her crimes just because she lost an election. She pulled no punches and Clinton has to be hurting after hearing this.
The judge suggested that Clinton change the name of her book from What Happened to Living in Denial and In Need of a Lobotomy. Her play on words is obviously meant to describe Clinton’s strange behavior following her reintroduction into society in the wake of her book release.
Former FBI Director James Comey let Clinton off the hook without so much as a slap on the wrist. In fact, he was caught writing her exoneration before the investigation was complete. Pirro stated that anyone who says prosecutors draft an exoneration before an investigation is complete, “has never prosecuted a case, is a complete idiot, or is an out-and-out liar.”
There was not even a “technical” interview with Clinton before the decision that she was innocent was reached. This is a red flag and should have everyone in the country asking questions about how he came to that conclusion.
How on earth was Comey able to figure out that Clinton was innocent when there was no evidence proving otherwise? We know that there is no evidence because none was presented, not even leaked.
We have seen some of the crimes that she committed leaked out through documents and other sources, yet no one can find one shred of evidence that she is innocent of any wrongdoing. The logical reason why is because she isn’t innocent.
Pirro went on to describe Clinton as a “cold, calculated woman on the road to power by any means possible.” This was a description used to talk about her “pay-to-play” antics with the Clinton Foundation. “Her reign was one of bold, brazen, in-your-face pay-to-play corruption,” Pirro stated.
Then, Judge Jeanine got to the topic of Clinton’s blame game. Clinton seems to think that it was everyone’s fault but her own that she lost the election. She refuses to take any responsibility and somehow can’t figure out why people don’t like her.
As Pirro pointed out, “They don’t trust you. You’re arrogant and condescending. You call them names like ‘deplorable.’ And you have the moral core of a jellyfish.” Pirro reminded people that Clinton even went so far as to insult the women who didn’t vote for her.
Pirro closed by saying that Jeff Sessions needs to step up and open a new federal investigation into Clinton’s email servers. The information there, which has been ignored up until this point, would no doubt be condemning and finally, Clinton and her criminal posse would be convicted and behind bars.