Judge Jeanine Pirro of Fox News just received a startling message that could upend her entire career and silence a strong, pro-Trump voice.
The Federal Elections Commission (FEC) has sent a letter to Pirro threatening “civil money penalties, an audit or legal enforcement action” if she does not file updated financial reports from her 2006 U.S. Senate campaign against then-incumbent Hillary Clinton.
Pirro’s most recent report, which was filed in 2011, claims $589,194 in debt with 20 outstanding obligations to render payment for tech support, consulting, direct mail, accounting, and phone services.
“It is important that you file this report immediately,” reads the letter, which also recommends that she submit the report “via overnight delivery or courier service” to avoid delays in regular mail due to security screening.
An ardent defender of President Trump, Pirro is known by her fans as someone who doesn’t take any bull and shoots straight, using her legal experience to shred liberal talking points.
There’s no doubt that Hillary Clinton has a vendetta against Pirro, who dared to run an aggressive race to unseat her in New York and put a halt to her lofty political ambitions. Americans, on the other hand, would’ve seen this as a public service.
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