Originally posted by RJHinds
The Case Against Hillary Clinton
Clinton Press Secretary Lies To CNN About Clinton Email Controversy.
One aide is due to take the fifth against testifying.
BREAKING: Hillary Clinton Aide Cheryl Mills Refusing Court Order To Provide Statement Under Penalty Of Perjury, Says Will Destr ...[text shortened]... t normal persons that did what she did would not only lose their job, but be facing prosecution.
This is ridiculous. Hillary offered to make ALL of her emails a matter of public record last year, in the hopes this 2 year old saga will finally come to an end, sadly, these emails are being leaked to the public in smaller groups over a much longer time, in the hopes they will do as much political damage as possible. If Hillary was guilty of breaking the law, she would have been charged a long time ago. As far as the "case" against Hillary Clinton goes, your cute little Judge Jeanine is nothing more than a Fox news contributor (mouthpiece) and is proceeding with instructions from Fox News, to "Get Hillary" Judge Jeanine is not representing the Justice Dept., FBI, CIA, State Dept. or any other federal or state agency. Want to read more about her? See below. Your pathetic attempts to make this look like an official government proceeding falls far short. Better luck next time.
Pirro is the host of Fox News Channel’s political commentary television show Justice with Judge Jeanine which premiered in January 2011. She is also a contributor on other Fox News shows and NBC's Today. She previously hosted a television court program, Judge Jeanine Pirro, later known simply as Judge Pirro.
Jeanine Ferris Pirro (born June 2, 1951) is a former prosecutor, judge, and elected official from the state of New York, who is A Republican from Westchester County, Pirro served as a county court judge before serving as the elected district attorney of Westchester County for 12 years. As a district attorney she gained considerable visibility, especially in cases regarding domestic abuse and crimes against the elderly. She was the first female judge on the Westchester County Court bench. Pirro was the Republican nominee for New York Attorney General in 2006, losing to Democrat Andrew Cuomo (a fellow Albany Law alumnus)