Judge Andrew Napolitano is on a roll these days as he tries to push Attorney General Jeff sessions to indict Hillary Clinton.
Napolitano was on Fox and friends on Wednesday morning discussing how Sessions should allow prosecutors to convene a grand jury and use all the evidence against Clinton to indict her. This morning he took another direction with charging her with the espionage.
Lawmakers set up a list of Obama Administration names to the DOJ as they were trying to jumpstart some legal action against this group that committed so many criminal acts. Napolitano spoke on that issue also, claiming that while this looks good for the public eye and should be taken with seriousness, it might be treated with scrutiny because of politics, and I understand what he is speaking about.
Judge Andrew Napolitano wishes the Department of Justice would hurry up and bring charges against Hillary Clinton already.
Yesterday, almost a dozen Republican congressmen signed a criminal referral asking the DOJ to launch new investigations into a host of former Obama officials and other fresh GOP foes. Clinton is the prime target of the referral, though the GOP is also demanding probes on figures like Loretta Lynch, James Comey, and Andrew McCabe.
In terms of whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions will take action, Napolitano joined Fox & Friends on Thursday to say “I wish he would.”
“The evidence of Mrs. Clinton’s guilt of espionage, failure to safeguard state secrets – that’s the 22 or 23 top secret pieces of information that were on her private server – the failure to do that, the evidence of guilt is overwhelming.”
Do you agree with Judge Napolitano? Do you think it Sessions has a better case bringing down Clinton and charging her with espionage? SOUND OFF in the comments section below.
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