Media Strumpet Sarah Palin Calls Media 'Corrupt Bastards'
"Yo, fuck the media," Sarah Palin says every morning, before going to work as a paid teevee media personality/shooting another episode of her reality teevee show, "Palin vs. Wild." Do you see what's happening here? The Mediacreated Sarah Palin, and now this Alaskan Frankenstein creature has turned on them and will surely eat all their brains or maybe even call them mean names. And please stop feeling sorry for the media, because they totally deserve whatever Sarah Palin does to them, on Twitter. The media -- especially in Alaska -- has been plotting against Joe Miller since Day One. These soulless media hucksters are "corrupt bastards" who forced Joe Miller to compulsively lie and arrest people for asking questions. Truly despicable.
Palin largely blamed the Alaska media for Miller’s struggles, saying some members of the media are “complicit” with the Murkowski campaign in doing “anything” to get Murkowski elected. Wallace asked whether she was accusing Alaska reporters of conspiring with the Murkowski campaign.
Palin responded: “I’m saying that CBS reporters in the affiliate up there in Alaska on tape are saying, ‘Let’s find a child molester in the crowd as a supporter for Joe Miller; let’s blast that. Let’s concoct a Ron Paul moment there; let’s find any kind of chaos so that we can Tweet an alert saying, ‘Oh, there’s chaos. Joe Miller got punched.’ That’s sick. Those are corrupt bastards, Chris.”
Palin may have meant to refer to Rand Paul, the son of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). Rand Paul is the GOP Senate candidate in Kentucky, and video of one of his supporters assaulting a liberal activist made national news last week.
You think this is a joke, just because Sarah Palin doesn't know that Ron and Rand are two different people? Well, The Politico has already unearthed all sorts of horrendous details about a plot to undermine Sarah Palin's bid to save America in 2012. There are so many layers to this story; it is like a Conspiracy Onion:
Top Republicans in Washington and in the national GOP establishment say the 2010 campaign highlighted an urgent task that they will begin in earnest as soon as the elections are over: Stop Sarah Palin.