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Pranksters Trick Fox News' Jeanine Pirro By Pretending To Be Fans In Epically Awkward Viral Video

Pranksters Trick Fox News' Jeanine Pirro By Pretending To Be Fans In Epically Awkward Viral Video
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Jeanine Pirro, former judge and host of the Fox News program Justice with Judge Jeanine was caught in a prank video. In it, two men pretend to be fans of hers, while catching her contradicting what she says on her show.

The video is from comedy duo "The Good Liars", who troll conservatives and hate groups by pretending to be one of them.

Different parts of the video were posted to their Twitter and Instagram accounts.

You can see them both here:

In the video, the men cheer the "Stop the Steal" movement, which Pirro seems to initially agree with. Then they bring up the possibility of another riot, which causes her to take a pause.

They tried to clarify, saying:

"You were saying the election was stolen. You don't think the election was stolen?"

Pirro responded with:

"Did I say that?"

The video then cut to a clip of Pirro on her show, telling viewers the election was stolen from Donald Trump.

It was a bold move.

The Good Liars are Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, a comedy duo who often pretending to be or be fans of their targets. They rose to prominence by posing as investment bankers during the Occupy Wall Street movement.

More recently, they've also gone after Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida, conservative commentator Tomi Lahren, and interviewed Trump supporters to hilarious results.

But it's really the times that they can catch politicians in a lie, or convince them to say what they really think that works so well.

Even a former judge seems to fall for their gimmick.

Before you start feeling bad for Pirro, the Fox News host has been caught multiple times using racist talking points to argue that the immigration policies of President Joe Biden are making the country more dangerous.

She even claimed they were promoting a "lower level of human being."