Unfair Game: Albert Pirro's Daughter
The New York Post takes a cheap shot at Jeanine Pirro today by blaring on its front page an exclusive interview with Albert Pirro's out-of-wedlock daughter and her mother.
Why is Albert's daughter or her mother's opinion of Jeanine and Albert relevant to the discussion? I can see that Albert's past, including his tax fraud conviction, and his present, including his work as a prominent lobbyist, are germane because there have been questions about how much Jeanine knew about his unlawful tax return which she signed, and because he lobbies on issues she will confront as a Senator.
But the media should leave the now-adult daughter (and her mother) out of this. Since the mother and daughter have never met Jeanine, I don't think they contribute anything to the discussion of whether Jeanine should be Senator. In other words, they are unfair game.
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