Mike Huckabee urges AG Sessions to do his job, to prosecute Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin after yet more evidence of their criminal espionage was obtained by Judicial Watch
Mike Huckabee is asked for his views on the most recent evidence which the FBI and State Department have been sitting on for over a year and decided to release on New Year’s Eve weekend. It’s more, irrefutable evidence of espionage by Abedin and Clinton.
Having just had the man who’s company is responsible for their release, Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch on the program, Huckabee gives his perspective on what was said and what was done by the Clinton criminals, at approximately the 2:40 point of the video.
Huckabee is asked about the reckless and grossly negligent manner in which Abedin and Clinton handled classified documents in violation of protocols, and the apparent double standard with the fabricated witch hunt non-offenses of President Trump and his staff.
Huckabee responded, “It’s a horrible double standard” and references the case of a submarine crewman who took a photo of the inside of his work area and is now in federal prison for his crimes, versus the willful and extremely serious offenses of Clinton and Abedin which are being completely ignored by AG Sessions and others, in dereliction of their duty.
Peter Doocey asks if President Trump will lose patience with Jeff Sessions if he doesn’t prosecute Abedin, to which Huckabee replies, “Well, I think we’re all going to lose patience with the Attorney General.” Huckabee quickly points out, “I love Jeff Sessions. I think he’s a great guy but he’s got to do the job that he’s there to do and that’s to universally enforce the law.”
Huckabee explains that he means “without regard to who a person is.” Something that Sessions and the rest of the corrupt leadership in DOJ and FBI fail miserably in their performance. He says, “If the law doesn’t work against the highest person in the land then it shouldn’t work against the lowest person in the land, the person who really doesn’t have stature or power.”
Asked what’s holding Sessions back, Huckabee speculates he could be afraid of being accused of partisanship but explains, “This isn’t about partisanship, this is about justice.” He goes on to name names of people who abused their power who should be in the crosshairs of the Attorney General, who apparently are not.
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