Judge Andrew Napolitano has long been leaning towards the possibility that Hillary Clinton could face a recommendation of indictment by the FBI over her handling of classified information.

Napolitano has previously stated that Clinton is at “the vortex of a perfect storm of legal misery.”

Now he’s upping the ante, however, saying he’s not only 100% certain that the FBI has enough evidence to indict, but that he’s 100% certain there is also enough evidence to convict Hillary.

“The evidence of her guilt is overwhelming,” Napolitano told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly.

He also revealed that the FBI is in the final stages of their investigation, suggesting a decision could be right around the corner.

Will we actually see the untouchable Clinton’s pay for their alleged crimes?

Via Fox News Insider:

On “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, Judge Andrew Napolitano said the FBI is in the final stages of its investigation into Hillary Clinton and her private email server, and he believes the agency has more than enough evidence to indict and convict her.

He explained that the FBI doesn’t make a recommendation about an indictment to the Justice Department, since they are working in tandem with the Justice Department. FBI investigators don’t do anything without being under the supervision of department prosecutors, he said.

“The evidence of her guilt is overwhelming,” Judge Napolitano stated. “And the FBI knows a lot more about it than I do.”

He said he is “100-percent certain” that the FBI has enough evidence to indict and convict.

Whether they do or not, however, is another issue and a politically-charged one, Judge Napolitano added.

That is the key – Do the investigators at the FBI have the stones to tell Loretta Lynch to go ahead with the indictment? And would Lynch have the professional credibility to actually do her job and charge a high-ranking Obama ally with improperly handling classified information?

Clinton has previously commented on the use of her private email server, saying “that is not gonna happen” when Matt Lauer asked her about the possibility of going to jail for the mishap.

“Oh my goodness, there is not even the remotest chance that it’s going to happen,” Clinton said.

Not a remote chance, or 100% certain … something’s gotta give.

Cross-posted at The Political Insider