Gregg Jarrett joined Sean Hannity on his program Thursday night to discuss the lawsuit former President Donald Trump has brought against Hillary Clinton. “The 108-page lawsuit reads like a recitation of the two books I wrote, plus additional information produced by special counsel John Durham” said Jarrett.
The suit, filed Thursday in federal court in Fort Pierce, Florida, accuses Clinton, all of her cronies, her law firm, the DNC, Fusion GPS, Glenn Simpson, Christopher Steele, and numerous people at the FBI like James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page.
Jarrett explains the accusation is that they all knew “there was no evidence of ‘collusion’ with Russia.” All of the devious actors were “maliciously engaging in the Clinton conspiracy to frame Trump for something he did not do.”
In the lawsuit, “the most damning evidence is cited on page 30 of the lawsuit” says Jarrett. “The now-declassified intelligence document showing that on July 26, 2016, Hillary specifically approved a plan proposed by her foreign policy adviser to smear Trump with a knowingly false accusation of ‘collusion’ in order to vilify him and distract from her own email scandal.”
Jarrett adds Trump is “also is suing for malicious prosecution, computer fraud and abuse, and ‘injurious falsehoods,’ which is similar to defamation.” Trump accuses the defendants under civil RICO laws…by operating a criminal enterprise that violated federal statutes and engaging in a conspiracy to defraud both himself and the government. The suit “appears to seek more than $72 million in damages, which the complaint says is the tally of legal fees and other costs of defending against the alleged untruths” reports Politico.
One fascinating piece of information, says Jarrett, is that “Hillary was a private citizen, so she has no governmental immunity to assert.” However, people like Comey at the FBI will claim “qualified immunity.” “But he gets no such protection if it can be shown that he exceeded his authority and violated either federal laws or Trump’s constitutional rights.”