Video: The Internet Is Wondering If Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Was ‘Hammered’ On Air Last Night

Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show got a late start on Saturday night due to “technical difficulties” — but when the former New York state judge did appear nearly 15 minutes into her show, her usually perfectly coifed hair appeared disheveled and she seemed to be tipsy in her verbal delivery.

“We apologize for the technical difficulties,” Pirro said when she finally appeared about a quarter into the one-hour broadcast after anchor Jackie Ibanez covered for her initial absence.

This was enough for the liberal Twitter community to attack her and say that she was drunk.

One Twitter member even slowed down Pirro’s opening statement, where he alleges that she’s putting down a drink before starting her segment. Another person tweeted, “It’s like every time they come back from commercial, she appears more intoxicated.”

I personally can’t see the glass but it seems that I don’t have the eyes of a “liberal eagle”.
But even if there is glass all talks show hosts are advised to keep a glass of water near them so their mouths don’t dry out from talking.

Liberals made the video clips from Judge Jeanine’s show quickly went viral on Twitter Saturday evening, where Pirro interviewed Fox News contributor Lisa Marie Boothe, which they discussed the possibility of President Trump choosing Easter as a target date for easing coronavirus restrictions in order to restart the economy. She also spoke with former Republican Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn and New York-based doctor William Levine.

What is your opinion?
Have in mind that they are all doing these shows from home. No monitors helping them. Or makeup and hair crews!
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