In this week’s “Opening Statement,” Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro said there are “two systems of justice in America, one for everyday Americans and one for Hillary Rodham Clinton.”
The judge pointed to the FBI’s investigation of Clinton’s use of a private server and more specifically to the claims of “quid pro quo” that center around an offer proposed by “top lieutenant,” Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy.
Pirro said Kennedy’s mission was “to declassify Hillary’s top-secret classified Benghazi email,” adding that he engaged “in what some say is an attempt to bribe, and others say, is a quid pro quo discussion, offering the FBI long-sought positions overseas in exchange for getting rid of top-secret emails.”
“Others say ‘quid pro quo’s…are what they do in Washington,'” she continued. “But not declassifying and destroying top-secret information on Benghazi — which is under federal subpoena to be retained and preserved of a pathological liar who is running [for president]?”
Pirro said the FBI “knew right from the get go that they weren’t going to be filing charges before they even started.”
“For centuries, Lady Justice, with bandages over her eyes, symbolizes that justice is blind — that it matters not who you are — no one is above the law and no one is below it—tonight, though, there are tears beneath those bandages,” Pirro concluded.
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