With Judge Jeanine Pirro leading the charge to lock up Hillary Clinton, the failed Democratic presidential candidate’s sycophants are already running interference.
Pirro detailed in Saturday’s “Opening Statement” segment how the “house of cards” used to connect Trump to Russia “collapsed when it was disclosed that the Clinton campaign and the DNC paid $12 million” for the Fusion GPS dossier.
“It’s time, folks. It’s time to shut it down, turn the tables, and lock her up,” Pirro said. “That’s what I said. I actually said it. Lock her up.”
“[T]his dossier was used not only to smear the president,” she added. “It was used to create a special counsel, it was the basis for congressional hearings, the reason for wall-to-wall anti-President Trump coverage.”
And with the Mueller-led probe backfiring on Democrats, up steps their dependable media allies, as seen in a tweet from MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.
“Mark my words: before this is all over, they will try to prosecute Hillary Clinton,” he tweeted while linking to Pirro’s remarks.
Mark my words: before this is all over, they will try to prosecute Hillary Clinton https://t.co/Dj1OxeZ94L
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) October 29, 2017
Although, it will be quite a reach to suggest that Mueller is somehow biased against Clinton.
Here’s a quick sampling of responses from Twitter:
They will — I'll bet you thought it was rhetoric when Trump said he was going to jail Hillary https://t.co/FInSBtCzTJ
— Poll Cat (@gato_danger) October 29, 2017
She needed WH as a last line of CYA because Congress Rep majority. Bother to think that is why she hasn't been able to deal w/loss?
— BeenHereBefore🦔 (@AmericaRising17) October 29, 2017
Oh, Alinsky’s rules: Accuse others of what you yourself are doing. Didn’t Hillary write her senior thesis on him?
— ?PlainDealer? (@AmericaRising17) October 29, 2017
The harder they go after HRC the more I am convinced that some real shit is about to go down tomorrow
— Q (@thabigQ) October 29, 2017
Isn’t this a threat televised in public against a private citizen? Shouldn’t this be against the law? Slander without proof? pic.twitter.com/tgLsXwwkIA
— Nana Chris (@byler_byler) October 29, 2017
— Kevin W (@kwilli1046) October 29, 2017
— Raymond J. Mollica (@RaymondMollica) October 29, 2017
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