Sheriff Joe Arpaio expressed his shock and bewilderment of being held to the rule of law on Aug. 23.
Earlier this year, Arpaio was found guilty of contempt of court for disobeying a federal judge’s order to stop racially profiling Latinos and other immigrants.
Arpaio warned Fox News host Sean Hannity and his audience: “if they can go after me, they can go after anyone in this country.”
Arpaio, who is to be sentenced in October, bragged about his background in law enforcement, which he apparently believed should put him above the law (video below):
If they can do this to me — after 55 years in law enforcement, two parking tickets in my life — and I have to sit in the defense table over this contempt of court, so we’ll see what happens.
Hannity commiserated with the convicted criminal and wondered why Hillary Clinton, who has not been charged with any crimes, is allowed to go free:
And Hillary goes free. And the unmaskers go free, and those that leak intelligence go free and uranium one deal goes free, and you never hear about Ukranian interference in the election. We do have a dual justice system, sadly.
(Source: Fox News via YouTube)