WATCH: Former FBI Director Kallstrom BRUTALLY DESTROYS Clinton & Comey. “THIS IS WORSE THAN WATERGATE!”

Former FBI Director James Kallstrom ripped into members of the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party on FOX Business’s  “Varney and Co.” earlier today. He claimed that their crimes were “20 times bigger than Watergate” and was particularly disgusted that nobody was charged for anything.

Kallstrom, who was best known during his career as FBI Director for his work as the chief investigator during the 1996 explosion of TWA Flight 800 over Long Island Sound, abruptly retired from the FBI in 1998. Since, he has been everything but quiet regarding alleged scandals between the likes of Hillary Clinton and former FBI Director James Comey.

Former FBI director James Comey / Credit: Associated Press

During an appearance last week, Kallstrom said that it “was obvious to anybody that knows anything” that former President Obama wasn’t going to let Hillary Clinton get indicted for her private email server. He also said that current Attorney General Jeff Sessions was “in a coma” when it came to pursuing Clinton thus far during the Trump administration.

Kallstrom said that part of the problem was that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. For those of you who don’t know, Rosenstein is responsible for appointing Robert Mueller as special counsel after Attorney General Sessions recused himself from all things Russia.

In regards to what President Trump could or should do in order to ensure that justice is served by the democratic party and all those involved, Kallstrom said:

“You don’t have to put your brother in there like Kennedy did,” Kallstrom said, referring to President Kennedy’s unusual move of apppointing his brother Robert F. Kennedy as attorney general. “But put somebody in there that agrees with the policies you’re trying to put together. Then Rosenstein throws this hand grenade at you by naming this counsel — which is B.S. — and putting Mueller, who has a conflict of interest 20 miles wide, in on the job.”

Watch the full interview below from Kallstrom on FOX Business: