The Lamestream media is at it again, asking her “gotcha” questions like, “how’s it going?” and daring to investigate her abuse of authority.
24,000 of Sarah Palin’s emails that were written during her term as governor were released today. Investigators made the request in 2008, when Palin was recruited as John McCain’s running mate. She was alleged to have abused her authority, violating state ethics rules by allowing her husband to wield governmental powers.
Palin says she’s not worried about the emails:
"I think every rock in the Palin household that could ever be kicked over and uncovered anything, it's already been kicked over,” she told Fox News. “Those emails obviously weren’t meant for public consumption,” adding that she’s sure they will be taken out of context.
While the media does have it’s fancy editing tricks, we really don’t have to do much to make her look like an idiot. Just set up a camera and press play.
But to be fair, I wouldn’t know the entire history of Paul Revere, either. Then again, I’m not going around pretending I’m a politician.
So far, the emails have been free of controversy. Tim Crawford, treasurer of Sarah Palin’s political action committee, says,
“The thousands upon thousands of emails released today show a very engaged Governor Sarah Palin being the CEO of her state.”