Judge Jeanine Explains How 'the Establishment Is Invested in Itself'
Judge Jeanine Pirro weighed in on the Democratic race and a superdelegate system putting Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at a disadvantage against Hillary Clinton.
"The superdelegates...this is all about the establishment taking care of itself, and that's what we're seeing," she said on Hannity. "That's why we're seeing the outsiders coming in. And America's saying, 'We hate everybody in Washington, we're fed up with it, we don't care if it's a socialist or a businessman, and this is what we want.'
"And truly, Hillary Clinton can't close the deal, because she is establishment. She is someone who's under investigation, and people may say 'I don't care about the emails.' Well, this week the civil case is going forward."
Sean Hannity asked why the Republican Party seems reluctant to embrace the new voters that Donald Trump has brought to its side.
Pirro said it's because "the establishment is invested in itself, and they work together, Democrats and Republicans."
"It's not about us. It's not about the person who has more votes than any other Republican primary candidate in presidential history. It's about the establishment, whether it's Paul Ryan or any of the Democrats saying, 'You know, we got this nice system; you take care of me, I take care of you. We pass the same budget and we get richer by the day.'"
Watch the discussion above.