Judge Jeanine Pirro ripped into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Saturday, mocking Clinton’s explanations and excuse-making for her decision to use a private email account and server during her tenure as the nation’s top diplomat.
Pirro singled out Clinton’s ludicrous claim that she never put national security at risk by using her email setup to discuss classified information that could be used by the country’s enemies if her system were penetrated by hackers.
If she wasn’t sending and receiving classified information, she wasn’t doing her job, Pirro said.
“You tell me, what was the secretary of state doing if she wasn’t discussing top-level classified issues with her top advisers?” she asked.
Then she slammed Clinton’s record regarding the attack on the American post in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012, that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
“We know she wasn’t busy providing Ambassador Stevens with the security he asked for,” Pirro said.
Pirro wound up with an acknowledgement that a successful Clinton candidacy would make history – but it would be the wrong kind.
“I want a woman president – it’s time for a woman president. Hell, we’ve haven’t done so great with some of the men we’ve put in there,” she said. “But we need a woman’ who’s honest, who’s transparent…
“We need a woman president – but not this one.”
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