During her Opening Statement segment on Fox News this past weekend, Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She explained that Clinton’s ever-evolving story about why she had a private e-mail server and chose to destroy its contents simply won’t work with Trey Gowdy, the current Chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi.
Pirro suggested that Clinton may have needed such privacy to hide what “actually went on in Benghazi,” or what donations the Clinton Foundation were receiving from foreign countries.
She then went on to say that Clinton’s lies about convenience, and how she didn’t want to use two devices isn’t going to work anymore.
Pirro stated, “… this week, we find out that Hillary Clinton not only had a Blackberry, she had an iPad, too! Now an iPad is at least three times the size of a Blackberry. There goes that “convenience” excuse. Oops!”
She added that Gowdy, a former prosecutor, isn’t going to take too kindly to lies and a disregard of subpoenas.
He “now has Hillary between a rock and hard place,” Pirro suggested.
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But this week, we find out that Hillary Clinton not only had a Blackberry, she had an iPad, too! Now an iPad is at least three times the size of a Blackberry. There goes that “convenience” excuse. Oops!
Now congressman Trey Gowdy, former prosecutor and a man who doesn’t take kindly to lies and the disregard of subpoenas, now has Hillary between a rock and hard place.
Trey Gowdy is a former United States attorney. You got it, a federal prosecutor. Now I know that you know, Hillary, how federal prosecutors work, given your extensive experience at the other end of their investigations.
Hillary, a primer: You do not destroy evidence, you do not conceal evidence and you do not lie. Your Washington two-step is not going to work with Trey Gowdy, the tiger you poked in the eye when his committee sought your emails on Libya.
Is Pirro right in saying Clinton shouldn’t try playing games or doing a “two-step” with somebody the likes of Trey Gowdy? Share your thoughts below.