Major Fox News Star Reveals: ‘We’re On The Brink Of Anti-Trump Indictments’ Any Day Now

Fox News mega hosts Sean Hannity and Judge Jeanine Pirro laid out all of the criminal indictments that need to happen since the discovery of all the misconduct and botched investigation jobs the FBI has done in regards to the Clinton email scandal and the Russian-Trump collusion investigation, reports Fox News.

Pirro, who is a former Judge, said she believes “indictments” will start coming down the pipeline over the mishandling of investigations done by the FBI and the Justice Department while under James Comey’s direction, towards President Trump and his whole campaign staff.

“We’re on the brink of indictments coming down,” she said on “Hannity,” calling out FBI “lovebirds” Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, along with Bruce Ohr, Andrew McCabe and Bill Priestap.

Hannity points to the recent revelations about how the Trump dossier that has never been corroborated to be proven as true and was funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee, was used as the basis for Comey’s decision to investigate Trump on suspicion of collusion with the Russian government.

“Comey needs to be the target of an active criminal investigation, I’ve said that a million times,” she added.

The host of “Justice With Judge Jeanine” said the public is beginning to put the “pieces of the puzzle” together when it comes to misconduct within the FBI and Justice Department toward President Trump and his team.

“President Obama lied to us when he said ‘I’m not involved in anything'” relating to an investigation,” she said.

She said that the storyline surrounding the unverified Trump-Russia dossier, the series of Congressional memos and texts between two “FBI lovebirds” reads like a “Hollywood” screenplay.

Pirro said that if someone “wrote a script for Hollywood” based on the events and revelations, producers would think it was “over the top.”

Action needs to happen now to bring these criminals to justice and not only the FBI senior officials who have taken advantage of their positions of power, but also the ones who told them to in the first place, like Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.