Hell must have frozen over because I actually agree with something Fox's wingnut "judge" Jeanine Pirro had to say. I disagree with her about whether or not Clinton should have been indicted, but she's actually right when it comes to Comey politicizing the FBI.
Here's more on her latest rant from Fox's blog:
Saturday on Justice, Judge Jeanine Pirro said that FBI Director James Comey's decision to send a letter to Congress notifying them of the discovery of further email evidence in the probe into Hillary Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified information "disgraces and politicizes" the bureau.
"[This] is symptomatic of all that is wrong in Washington," she said.
"One of the most revered agencies in our nation's history--now seen as putting its finger on the scales of justice--should not now be front and center," Pirro said, "You know I support Donald Trump and want him to win, but whether it's Hillary Clinton or anyone else, Comey's actions violate not only longstanding Justice Department policy...but the most fundamental rules of fairness and impartiality."
Pirro discussed her own similar situation involving the DOJ: In 2006, she ran on the Republican/Conservative/Independent ticket for New York State Attorney General.
"In the home stretch of a statewide campaign, the Justice Department and the FBI violated their own policy against making public statements that could affect an election, and announced to the press they were opening an investigation of me," she said.
"It was mean-spirited and nothing came of it, except the adverse publicity cost me at the polls."
Regarding Clinton's case, Pirro said that if Comey administered a thorough investigation, "we wouldn't be in this mess."
"Hillary Clinton should have been indicted a long time ago--she and Bill's scandals have done nothing but soil our nation's image," she said.