Judge Jeanine exposes conspiracy to bring down Donald Trump

January 17, 2019 by Jerry McCormick

Judge Jeanine exposes conspiracy to bring down Donald Trump Gage Skidmore / CCL

Judge Jeanine Pirro is making her debut on Fox Nation with not just a splash, but rather, a tsunami of allegations.

Pirro’s special on the new subscription service from Fox News will center on the premise of her most recent book, Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy. According to Pirro, that book exposes the truth: “The plot against Donald Trump and those who voted for him goes all the way to the top.”

Taking Down Trump

Both in her book and on her special, Pirro examined the various ways the anti-Trumpers have tried — and continue to try — to take out this president.

Some of the topics she explores should be quite alarming to all Americans, not just Trump supporters.

If her allegations are true, there were people at the very top of the federal hierarchy who worked to hurt Trump’s chances of winning the presidency.

Of course, there was also a problem with “fake news” being published and promoted by the mainstream media to hurt Trump.

A Real Plot, Not Just Conspiracy Theory

Pirro is often dismissed by liberal media outlets as nothing more than a conspiracy theorist — but the facts in this case prove she is onto something.

We can start with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants that were issued against various Trump allies.

The apparent basis for these warrants was a dossier that was bought and paid for by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democrats.

And even though the so-called facts in the report were debunked, the report was still used to secure the warrants.

Need we also mention James Comey, a man with a clear allegiance to the Clintons who had decided long before the investigation into Hillary was over that he was going to let her off the hook?

How about the very investigators on his team who were openly anti-Trump and only fired after they were exposed to the American people?

We can also look to the dozens of stories that have been printed about Trump using unnamed sources as evidence.

Many of these “reports” were published without verifying the facts, and later found to be completely untrue.

Time and again, the media twisted facts to suit its own narrative to take down Trump at all costs.

Liberals can balk all they want, but Pirro is absolutely onto something here.