Well, not quite, but it does give us some form of vindication against the hatchet job Katie Couric did against Sarah Palin. Journalist and documentarian John Ziegler was arrested and hand-cuffed, roughed up by keystone cops for attempting to confront Couric. The left’s explanation – he was obviously drunk.
What must one do to be “official media”?
Evidently the left is now going to denigrate Ziegler as being drunk, and insane because he is exposing what they did to Sarah Palin.
The message: Defend Sarah Palin and you too will be destroyed.
My question: Who is afraid of the big bad wolf hunter?
“…My understanding is that the only reason that Governor Palin did this interview (while rejecting hundreds of other requests) is simply because she has a sincere devotion to setting the record straight on what really happened during the campaign and determining why the news coverage was as dangerously slanted as it so clearly was.
Largely because of absurd claims by Democrats that she was violating ethics rules by answering campaign questions on state grounds (one of several ways in which the Democrats there, who used to love her, are now totally invested in the “take Sarah Palin down” industry), we did the interview at the Palin home. At 9 am, without a security guard or handler within sight, Bristol Palin, eight days removed from giving birth, politely answered the door and Governor Palin, not yet fully put together, rushed out to tell me and our crew to make ourselves at home.
One of the things you quickly learn when you visit the Palins is that the legend that has been created around who they are and how they live is no myth. It appears to be absolutely real and everything about them seems 100% sincere. From the stuffed hunting trophies on the wall, to the Track’s military photo by the TV set, to Piper’s crayon school projects on the kitchen cabinets, everything is exactly as you imagine it might be….”