Judge Jeanine highlights unlikely ‘hero’ in the Obama administration

In her opening statement Saturday on Fox News Channel’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” host Jeanine Pirro drew attention to an unlikely hero in the Obama administration.

Describing this individual as “a hero in Washington who’s repeatedly at odds with the narratives that this administration keeps shoving down our throats,” Pirro was referring to FBI Director James Comey.

She pointed out that Comey is continually at odds with the Obama White House and is not getting the support he needs to keep the country safe from Islamic terrorism.

Pointing out that Comey has “but one priority, the security and safety of the American people, Pirro said it “appears that there is increasing tension between this FBI director and the president.”

She then offered a number of examples to support her claim, to include Obama going on CBS’ 60 Minutes to dismiss an ongoing FBI probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server by saying politics was a contributing factor.

“If you know my folks, you know they don’t give a rip about politics,” Comey has said of the Clinton investigation.

Pirro said Comey is “in it for all the right reasons,” and called on Obama to cease with the game playing.

“Mr. President, you need to let this man do his job,” she concluded.

Of course, a real sign of being a hero would be for Comey to refer the case against Hillary Clinton to the Justice Department for prosecution.

Tom Tillison

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