Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro took to the airwaves on Saturday to let fans know about her involvement with two exciting new professional initiatives, namely, the upcoming “Road to Majority” policy conference and the second season of her Fox Nation streaming series, Castles USA.
Taking a few moments out of the Saturday installment of her Justice with Judge Jeanine broadcast, Pirro offered some helpful background on the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” policy event, which she explained is designed to facilitate a “pro-family majority” by giving attendees the tools they need to bolster voter engagement and turnout.
Billed as the nation’s top grassroots conservative policy meeting, this year’s event is designed to boost midterm election prospects for selected candidates and will feature speeches from a lineup of guests to include former President Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and Fox News’ own Tucker Carlson as well as Pirro herself.
The outspoken host told viewers, “All you need to do to see me and many other great speakers is to go to Foxnation.com and sign up now.” The network’s streaming platform also plans to offer live broadcasts of speeches from the June 17-19 event.
But that wasn’t the only exciting news shared by Pirro on Saturday’s show, as she also took the opportunity to promote the new season of the show Castles USA in which she examines the history of historically significant estates across America.
Focusing on the architecture, art, and cultural significance of historic homes throughout the country, Pirro accompanies viewers on tours of some of the best examples of Gothic, Medieval, Italian Renaissance, and Byzantine designs the United States has to offer, putting her own background as a student of medieval history to good use.
The first season of Castles USA debuted in January of this year, and amid COVID-19 lockdowns when travel came to a virtual standstill, the program took eager viewers on tours of locations such as The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island, Oheka Castle in New York, and Fonthill Castle in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
Though full specifics of upcoming progams have yet to be revealed, Pirro did disclose hints about one recent trip, saying, “I was just in beautiful Miami shooting a new episode…touring the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens,” adding, “We’re preparing for our second season, and you’re gonna love it.”
Often a target of the left for giving voice to strong, uncompromising opinions on everything from Trump to Ilhan Omar to illegal immigration, Pirro is in fact a multi-faceted talent with an array of diverse interests, telling The Wrap earlier this year, “I often think about issues other than politics. I love to cook, dance, play with my dogs.”