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Fox News Host Jeanine Pirro's Groanworthy New Book Title Has Twitter Rolling Their Eyes Hard

Pirro's new book 'Crimes Against America' isn't sitting well with Twitter.

Jeanine Pirro
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Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro has ignited a storm of criticism on Twitter following the announcement of her forthcoming book.

Titled Crimes Against America, the book is set to be published later this month by Winning Team Publishing, a company co-founded by Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.

Promotional materials for Pirro's book tout it as "an unmatched indictment against Joe Biden, his administration, and far-left ideologues who have sought to change our way of life by fundamentally transforming America as we know it." The book is marketed as a "must-read for any American who wishes to preserve our Republic for future generations!"

Pirro herself was positively giddy in announcing the book's release, writing the following post on Twitter:

"My new book is almost here! CRIMES AGAINST AMERICA! Order your copy today at []."

You can see Pirro's tweet below.

However, critics on Twitter wasted no time expressing their vehement disagreement and proceeded to mock Pirro extensively.

The backlash against Pirro's book announcement reflects the deeply polarized political climate in the United States, with individuals fiercely divided in their opinions regarding the Trump administration, the 2020 election, and the current Biden presidency.

Given the contentious nature of the topics covered and Pirro's history of controversial statements, it is likely that the book will continue to spark heated debates and further divide public opinion.

Pirro's incendiary remarks and on-air conduct have consistently generated substantial attention.

Her tendency to downplay the gravity of the coronavirus pandemic, debase immigrant children by denigrating them as a "lesser form of humanity," disseminate baseless assertions about immigrants introducing a plethora of diseases into the United States, and abruptly terminate interviews with guests who express admiration for President Joe Biden has not gone unnoticed.

In addition, Pirro finds herself entangled in a high-stakes $2.7 billion defamation lawsuit initiated by Smartmatic, a voting system company. The legal action stems from her deliberate propagation of unfounded allegations surrounding the 2020 election, further exacerbating the controversy surrounding her public persona.