Andrew Napolitano: Clueless blowhard,
But is he indictable as a liar?
a week after FBI Director James Comey inexplicably buried a criminal
investigation of Hillton's Em/server felonies that cost the taxpayers millions
and came up with no behavior deemed to be indictable, Andrew Napolitano,
FOX's 3rd biggest blowhard behind O'Reilly and Hannity, finally
re-surfaced in the Washington
Times to tell us, yet again, what he thinks about this mess. He's been telling
us what he thinks about this mess every few days for 5 months, so his silence was
conspicuous. Naturally, bein' a real FOX dude, I've been waiting all week for
"Judge Nap's" take on Hillton dodging another one.
More specifically, I've been waiting for
Napolitano to: 1) eat some crow, 2) explain to his millions of viewers how he
got this so wrong, 3) apologize because he didn't know fuck-all about what he
was talking about, and 4) explain why his viewers shouldn't conclude that he's a
liar, which puts him in the same camp with both Billton and Hillton who have been
doing the low-shuffle for 25 years explaining to the public why they aren't liars.
But Napolitano didn't do any of that. He didn't
once say "I got this wrong." or "I got that wrong," and,
man, did he get a lot of things wrong.
Consequently, he has destroyed all of his credibility. He's a blowhard; he
may be an out-and-out liar. The jury will have to decide that one -- the
Here is a Bullet List Analysis of many of Napolitano's
assertions that he made over the last 5 months or so regarding the Email-espionage
case against Hillton.
repeatedly said that FBI/DoJ would indict Hillton for felonies related to
the Em/server fuck-up. This is a slip of the tongue on his point, but it
tells us that maybe his brain is not all that tightly connected to his
tongue. Napolitano knows very well that FBI/DoJ doesn't indict
anybody. Grand juries indict.
-- Napolitano said a grand jury was already sitting, thus implying
that he had sources in the FBI feeding him inside information because no one
else on this wide, green earth was reporting that. That was
total BS, as we now know, and half a moment's thought is all you need to see
what BS it was. Would the DoJ seat a grand jury even before the FBI
completed its investigation or made recommendations to DoJ? Makes no
Now we know for sure that there was no
grand jury -- at least on the Em/server issue. We have to be careful
here because there have been two ongoing FBI investigations and only one
has been shut down. The other investigation is about public
corruption of the Secretary of State, as Napolitano has explained on
numerous occasions. See below.
Napolitano also told his viewers on Mar03 that the
indictment would come down in May.
-- Napolitano says the investigation is complete, Hillton will by
interviewed by FBI before the end of April. This is his second botched
prediction about Hillton being interrogated by the FBI. He was obviously
just making shit up.
-- According to Napolitano, if there is no indictment in the Em/server case,
there will be leaks from the FBI, which will hurt her as much as an
indictment. Napolitano has made this chicken-little assertion over and over.
It's now been almost a week since the Em/server case has been shut down and
not a single leak or resignation so far as I've heard.
Note how again and again Napolitano says
Clinton will be convicted of espionage if she is indicted. What a
disaster of a judge this guy must have been. What kind of a judge determines guilt before the
first witness is called, before the trial date is set, before it's even
determined that a trial is warranted. "Judge" Napolitano, my ass.
-- Having botched his predictions that the indictment would be in April and
May Napolitano tells O'Reilly that Hillton will be indicted before the
Democratic convention. Strike three, Andy.
Lesson to FOX talking heads
making predictions: Don't put dates on things.
-- Napolitano says Hillton is in "grave legal danger" over the Em/server
issue and that the FBI will "interrogate her in the next two or three
weeks" -- botched prediction again. Strike four.
Napolitano also predicted for the nth time that FBI will recommend to the
DoJ that they seek indictment. But hold on . . . he said 3 months ago that the grand
jury was already sitting -- in order for that to happen the FBI would have
had to have made this recommendation way back then. Napolitano is
stumbling around in his own world of concocted stories as much as Hillton is in hers,
forcing us to ask: who is the biggest liar? Next you know Napolitano will be
telling us about how he had to dodge
snipers' bullets in Bosnia.
-- In a very animated rant Napolitano pointed out that there are 2 FBI
investigations: the Em/server investigation and the corruption in public
office investigation, and they are carried out by separate departments of
the FBI. That is a very good and a very important
So why didn't he make that point again in his Washington Times piece
yesterday? It's important because Comey's statement on Jul05 and
Lynch's statement on Jul06 are both very clearly and explicitly restricted
to the Em/server investigation. No one has yet to say that an
indictment will not be sought for the corruption case, which would
necessarily include RICO charges against all three Clintons: Hillton,
-- With his predictions about the Em/server case dropping like vegetarians
eating RoundUp coated carrots, Napolitano started to back out of full
indictment mode, implying for the first time that Loretta Lynch is
crooked and will not let her prosecutors move the case forward. Again
he predicts that if FBI shuts the case down, there will be leaks from and
resignations of disgruntled FBI agents. We're waiting. . .
-- On the day before Comey announced the FBI would not recommend prosecuting
Hillton for the Em/server felonies, Napolitano asserted that Loretta Lynch's
announcement that she "fully expected" to accept any FBI
recommendations was extremely bad news for Hillton. Obviously it
The case against "Judge" Napolitano
How can one guy be so wrong so
often??? The case against Napolitano seems to me to be as solid as
the one against Hillton. When Napolitano goes before the grand jury
of public opinion, they will undoubtedly indict him on charges of blatant stupidity,
gross speculation unsupported by facts, bloated ego, yellow journalism,
and, possibly, public misrepresentations. My sources tell me that
he'll be indicted before the Democratic convention.