Pirro on McCabe: He ‘Should Have Been Taken Out in Cuffs’

Judge Janine Pirro is no stranger to slamming liberals, and she has no plans of stopping any time soon!

While speaking about Deputy FBI Director FBI Director Andrew McCabe and his arrest, she said that it was like a “classic crime family take-down.”

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Pirro said the next question to arise in the situation surrounding allegedly unethical or illegal behavior by members of the bureau is “who’s going to rat against whom?”.

“If this were the movie “The Godfather,” ‘Cardinal’ [Jim] Comey is the capo di tutti. Andrew McCabe is the enforcer, Lisa Page is both the consigliere and the gumade and Peter Strzok is a button man,” she added.

McCabe, she said, is accused of lying under oath in the federal Trump-Russia probe, and was fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions just hours prior to his planned retirement.

Critics of the move said the White House is angry at McCabe and trying to affect his expected seven-figure pension.

She accuses McCabe of acting as a victim in the situation and “seeking to join that elusive hood of crooks who feign innocence when they are caught.”

“You should have been fired a long time ago. You should lose your law license and you should have been taken out in cuffs,” Pirro said.

 

 

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