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Oh. Snap.

Judge Jeanine Pirro is done mincing words about our corrupt intelligence community. In a recent episode of her Fox News show Pirro called for the FBI and the DOJ to be “CLEANSED” of its corrupt elements.

“There is a cleansing needed in our FBI and Department of Justice. It needs to be cleansed of individuals who should not just be fired, but who need to be taken out in cuffs.

There were times in our history when corruption was so pervasive that examples had to be made. This is one of those times. Handcuffs for Andrew McCabe, deputy director of the FBI. The man at the hub, protecting Hillary and attempting to destroy Trump.

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I, for one, am tired of investigations [and] politicians posturing — something more has to be done. The stench coming out of the Justice Department and the FBI is like that of a third-world country where money and bullies and clubs decide elections. It all started when cardinal [Jim] Comey destroyed our FBI with political hacks to set events in motion to destroy the republic because they did not like the man we chose to be our president. Well, it is time to take them out in cuffs.”

What do you think?

Is Pirro right?

If so, how do we pour a cleansing light on to these corrupt officials? How do we dig them out by the root in an effort to return these agencies to their proper, legal functions?

I don’t think it’s going to be as easy as simply calling out the corruption and shaming the agencies for the work they’ve done to undermine the Trump administration.

It’s going to be a long, ugly slog and it might hurt to dig out these cancers to our democratic republic.

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author and are not not necessarily either shared or endorsed by iPatriot.com.

Matty Mattson

 

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