On Monday evening, Judge Andrew Napolitano told Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs that the most recently released batch of documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations, regarding the case against former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was “the smoking gun if there ever was one.”
“The questions arise, why weren’t they released?” Dobbs questioned Napolitano. “Why did the FBI director have such a struggle, a hamlet act, that persisted over a number of months,”
“This evidence, makes it clear, his last judgment on the matter of prosecution was utterly in error, does it not,?” Dobbs asked.
“You’re absolutely correct,” Napolitano responded. “This is the smoking gun if ever there was one.”
“This ramps up the case for her prosecution to the point where, ironically, it may also ramp up the case for President Obama to issue her a pardon and to take this off of Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions’ desks,” he stated. “If he doesn’t do that, the pressure from the AG from the FBI agents who conducted the investigation, who probably posted this stuff last night during the Giants Packers game, will make it very difficult for him to resist. ”
(Written & Edited by Bart Charles Begley)