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Judge Andrew Napolitano sounded off today after we learned that the IT specialist who set up Hillary Clinton's private email server invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 125 times during a 90-minute, closed-door deposition on Wednesday. 

Bryan Pagliano was said to be working off an index card and read the same crafted statement each time a question was asked by a Judicial Watch official. 

The group is suing the State Department for access to Clinton's emails under the Freedom of Information Act.

Pagliano struck an immunity deal with the Justice Department in December as part of the FBI's ongoing probe into Clinton's email server.

Napolitano explained that for Mrs. Clinton, Pagliano is "her beast in the night" because of how much he knows about her email practices.

"He has been briefing the FBI on her email excesses, her profound willingness to expose national secrets since October.  When this case goes to a grand jury he is the FBI’s lead witness against her."

The judge further explained that Pagliano only has immunity for what he tells the FBI, not for what he could have said in this separate case.

"She is in more hot water than you can imagine today because another federal agency is unhappy with the slow pace at which the FBI has been moving and they are beginning to leak ... the NSA," said Napolitano.

Watch above as the judge also sounds off on the House Democrats' gun control sit-in.

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