Judge Jeanine Pirro celebrated the launch of her newest book, Radicals, Resistance and Revenge with some of the biggest names in GOP politics at The Stand Restaurant and Comedy Club in New York City last week.
In her first week Judge Jeanine sold nearly 27,000 copies of Radical Resistance and Revenge.
It was the top selling book in America last week.
But The New York Times bestseller list denied Judge Jeanine Pirro the #1 slot on its ranking system. This was despite the fact she sold over 17,000 more copies than Michelle Obama, and 6,000 more copies than the author who led the list.
The New York Times doesn’t even pretend to hide their bias anymore.
According to NPD BookScan data, Pirro’s Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge sold 26,950 copies in just its first week of publication, earning her a spot at #3. By contrast, Michelle Obama that same week sold only 9,677 copies of her memoir Becoming, but was ranked as #2. The number #1 book title, Educated by Tara Westover, moved 20,547 copies—roughly 6,000 less units than Pirro.
Here are the numbers:
Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge
TW sales: 26,950
#1 on Bookscan (Adult Non-fiction)
#3 on NYT Bestseller List
TW sales: 20,547
#2 on Bookscan (Adult Non-fiction)
#1 on NYT Bestseller List
TW sales: 9,677
#4 on Bookscan (Adult Non-fiction)
#2 on NYT Bestseller List
Although the NYT Bestseller list is often promoted as the publishing industry’s definitive book sales ranking system, it has often shown bias against conservative authors.
They would rather lose their last bit of integrity than to accurately report on Judge Jeanine’s hugely successful book launch.