Judge Jeanine Pirro told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Wednesday night she believes we are on the brink of “indictments” over FBI misconduct.
Judge Pirro went off on FBI corruptors Comey, McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and even Bill Priestap, Assistant Director of FBI Counterintelligence.
In light of the FISA memo from the House Intel Committee, Grassley’s Senate Judiciary Committee memo and new Strzok-Page text messages, Pirro believes we are on the brink of “indictments coming down” on corrupt FBI officials.
“Comey needs to be the target of an active criminal investigation, I’ve said that a million times,” she added.
The host of “Justice With Judge Jeanine” said the public is beginning to put the “pieces of the puzzle” together when it comes to misconduct within the FBI and Justice Department toward President Trump and his team.
“President Obama lied to us when he said ‘I’m not involved in anything'” relating to an investigation,” she said.
She said that the storyline surrounding the unverified Trump-Russia dossier, the series of Congressional memos and texts between two “FBI lovebirds” reads like a “Hollywood” screenplay.
Pirro said that if someone “wrote a script for Hollywood” based on the events and revelations, producers would think it was “over the top.”
On Tuesday, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) released a “much-less redacted,” version of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s criminal referral of dossier author Christopher Steele.
Comey is in hot water. The unredacted memo reveals the FBI misled the FISA court about Christopher Steele’s contacts with media outlets.
Grassley reveals the FBI KNEW Steele lied about his contact with media outlets, yet they DID NOT disclose this very pertinent information to the FISA court.
Also, a footnote in the unredacted Grassley memo states the FBI failed to provide the Committee with 1023’s [FBI form to document meetings with sources] documenting Steele’s statements to the FBI so the Committee had to rely on the accuracy of the FBI’s representation to the FISC regarding those statements.
Video and partial transcript via Fox News.