You think justice is blind? Not to Chuck Woolery when it comes to the Department of Justice’s preferential treatment of Hillary Clinton.
The iconic game show host and entertainer is also an outspoken conservative who connects with fans by radio and Twitter . In addition to a solid endorsement for Donald Trump, he could hardly contain his thoughts about the DOJ on a recent radio show in Alaska.
“We have got to focus in on Loretta Lynch, on Peter Kadzik, and people like that in the DOJ because they’re the ones that monitor and make sure and have authority over the FBI. And there’s the problem. The problem is Hillary Clinton. It’s not Huma Abedin; It’s not Cheryl Mills. It’s Hillary Clinton and the DOJ, that’s where the problem is.”
“Peter Kadzik (DOJ Assistant Attorney General) is one of the bureaucrats that’s in bed with the Clintons,” Woolery warned.
“He is definitely in bed with Podesta. He’s contributed to the Clinton campaign. I think he’s contributed to the Clinton Foundation.”
“They’ve had meetings and they’ve had dinners,” Woolery revealed on the Tom Anderson Show Thursday.
Woolery has turned his attention to national politics and policies, along with Mark Young of Detroit-based Jekyll & Hyde Advertising & Marketing, launching their daily radio program Blunt Force Truth (formerly Save Us Chuck Woolery) on over 60 radio stations nationwide.
“Understand one thing,” Woolery reminded listeners. “We’re all talking about all of these things, these classified emails coming up. That’s nothing. This email system that Clinton set up was to cover the ‘pay-for-play’ in the Clinton Foundation, and those two investigations should not be separate, they should be the same.
When it comes to Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump, Woolery is fully supportive.
Woolery noted three things that Trump has promised on the campaign trail that should resonate with the American voter:
1. Getting rid of Obamacare
2. Reducing cumbersome federal regulations
3. Decreasing taxes
“I think that Donald Trump will make us a far more prosperous country,” added Woolery, while describing first-hand a project he remembered Trump completing that nobody else would touch. He did it while staying under budget and under time, he recalled.
“He is a guy who gets things done.”
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