It is poetic justice that the words of many Fox News hosts are coming back to bite them. Keith Olbermann read a striking rebuke by this host to justify Trump's removal from office.
Olbermann read Jeanine Pirro's words she spoke a few days before the 2016 elections. It turns out her words reverberate on the Trump administration perfectly.
On Nixon Day the case that under constant investigation like Trump, you can't stay president. And it was on Fox News pic.twitter.com/WUfvbMLTy5
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) August 8, 2017
"I did not write what follows but it is perfect," Keith Olbermann said. "So I will read it as it was written and then I will give you the backstory afterward. We cannot have a country led by a president subject to ongoing criminal investigations, potential indictments, and never-ending hearings. We cannot have a president under that level of scrutiny that inevitably leads to even more questions and more investigations. And irrespective of what happens to him whether he's indicted or even guilty, it doesn't matter. His guilt is a moot point. He cannot take the Oval Office. Now in any other business when the head of a corporation is plagued by scandal, that person steps down and is replaced because the board knows that a business cannot succeed without respect and authority. How do you think the world is going to look at the United States when a man under federal criminal investigation who's lied repeatedly to the American people is elected? Do you think they'll take him at his word? That was written and presented by Jeanine Pirro on her show on the Fox News Channel on Saturday, November 5th, 2016. It was her final argument for why you could not vote for Hillary Clinton and must instead vote for Donald Trump. We cannot have a president under that level of scrutiny whether indicted or even guilty. It doesn't matter; guilt is a moot point. I changed all the "She's" to "He's" Ain't I a stinker. Resist, remove, piece."
Pirro has been a staunch Trump supporter and apologist. If her words were valid then, consistency demands that she repeat the same on air now.