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WATCH – Judge Jeanine Takes Hillary To the Woodshed, says “It’s Time” to Lock Her Up *VIDEO* #LockHerUp #HillaryClinton #Russia

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 29th, 2017

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro put all political correctness aside and said “it’s time” to put former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in jail.

“It’s time, folks. It’s time to shut it down, turn the tables, and lock her up. That’s what I said. I actually said it. Lock her up,” Pirro said during her show, “Justice with Jeanine.”

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Her demand comes after it was proven that the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s campaign colluded with Russians to create a bogus dossier on Trump in an attempt to smear him during the campaign.

The conservative Washington Free Beacon last week confirmed that it started funding for the research endeavor that ultimately produced the dossier.

During her show, Judge Jenine said that this revelation means “whatever was developed as a result” of the dossier is “illegal and unusable.”

“Now this dossier was used not only to smear the president, it was used to create a special counsel, it was the basis for congressional hearings, the reason for wall-to-wall anti-President Trump coverage,” Pirro added.

“But in addition to that, the dossier was used as a predicate for further investigation, wire taps, unmasking, and FISA warrants. And if it was then whatever was developed as a result is classic fruit of the poisonous tree: illegal and unusable.”

Hillary Clinton, of course, feigned ignorance of the existance of the dossier, despite her campaign helping pay for it.

The debunked dossier was compiled by a former MI6 agent.

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