Judge Jeanine Pirro has had just about all she can take of Robert Mueller’s investigation and the false Democrat narrative on Russia collusion.
During her Saturday edition of her Fox News show, Justice with Judge Jeanine, Pirro told the anti-Trumpers to “fold up their fantasy tents” on the “Russian collusion delusion.”
Money and Time Wasted
The Mueller investigation has gone on for about two years now.
Estimates as to how much money has been spent on the investigation regularly top out at over $60 million.
But after all that time, the only things that have come of the probe are some indictments for former Trump staffers on charges that had nothing at all to do with collusion — or Trump.
In fact, on that front, Mueller has come up with exactly nothing.
But Pirro wasn’t just upset about the time and money being spent on the investigation.
Mueller’s probe has also left a nation that feels more divided than ever.
And Democrats continuing demands for the impeachment of Trump is only adding more fuel to that fire.
With Democrats only weeks away from taking charge of Congress, Republicans are extremely fearful that one of the first pieces of business is going to be impeachment filings against Trump.
This will only cause more angst and divide in a country that is already on the verge of an internal meltdown.
It will also likely be a waste of time and money, since Dems don’t actually have anything to charge Trump with.
And while Democrats are trying to justify their congressional salaries, the American people are the ones that are going to have to foot the bill for their irresponsible decisions.
Pirro also made note of how former FBI Director James Comey plays into all of this.
There is little doubt that Comey — or someone under his watch — has leaked sensitive information to the media.
There is also little doubt that Comey used bogus information to secure warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).
Even so, Comey has not received so much as a slap on the wrist for his actions.
“Cardinal James Comey believes the rules don’t apply to him,” Pirro said. “He doesn’t remember important facts about… the FISA case that required his approval.”
According to transcripts from the closed-door hearings before congressional committees, Comey has already perfected the art of saying a lot without saying anything.
He does so with a big smirk on his face because he knows nothing will ever come of it.
On that point, Pirro is right: Comey does think he is above the law because as of yet, nobody has proven him wrong.