Pirro: FISA Memo Likely Describes Actions 'Expected in a Third World Country'
Judge Jeanine Pirro said the likely contents of the "FISA memo" purportedly detailing surveillance of Trump campaign officials describe what people expect "in a third world country."
"This is our government spying on political adversaries," Pirro said. "This is federal law enforcement officials obstructing justice."
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Pirro, host of "Justice with Judge Jeanine" Saturdays at 9 PM ET, said the memo's contents "are what we would expect from a third world country, where a political party is using our justice system not only to surveil individuals, but to change the course of a presidential election."
Pirro said actors named in the memo meant to "change the course of American history."
On Monday, the House Intelligence committee voted along party lines to approve the release of the memo, which still requires President Trump's nod.
The top Democrat on the committee, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, slammed the vote in a press conference Monday evening.
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