Bill Clinton is back to using his folksy, Gomer Pyle mannerisms to try to regain the trust he and his wife never deserved to have in the first place. He told an audience as he was covering for his absent, quite ill and lying wife in Las Vegas, “After all the hullabaloo over this email deal, and you know for a year we were told ‘this is the biggest problem since the end of World War 2.” After citing distorted, irrelevant and unrelated instances where other people had used email responsibly, Predator Bill asked, “How come you only heard about Hillary?”
The answer that she’s the most damaging espionage criminal in American history probably won’t satisfy him, but that’s got a lot to do with it. The fact that most of the other people he’s mentioned didn’t break any laws is probably not what he’s looking for either.
Judge Jeanine Pirro reminds the audience that Bill Clinton is not the guy he used to be and that he was impeached for obstruction of justice as well as perjury. “So when he says what he says you have to take it with a grain of salt.”
She says, “If I served a subpoena on someone and they took a hammer to it, I would drag them in for destruction of evidence, obstruction of justice, tampering with evidence, there’s a myriad of crimes that I could have charged them with.”
Stuart Varney asks “So then why haven’t we seen any action?” She says, “Because you now have an FBI and a Department of Justice that is beholden, for whatever reason, to the Clintons.” He asks, “Are they compromised?” Judge Jeanine replies, “Compromised, they are so compromised it’s not funny.”
She notes emails as evidence that contradicts the statements of Jim Comey, in which Huma, Cooper and Cheryl Mills were discussing the illegal server. Judge Jeanine makes the substantial point that the Inspector General was not allowed access by Hillary Clinton because he would have discovered she was running the State Department as a front for collecting cash for the Clinton Foundation.