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Gov. Palin: Which scandal does Obama consider “phony”?

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 27, 2013

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Governor Palin went On the Record last night to respond to Obama’s use of the word “phony” to describe the scandals  in his administration.  She asked which scandal does he consider specifically as a “phony scandal” – Benghazi, the government spying on us, or the government lying to us?  She said that it is no coincidence that both Obama’s spokesman and Obama himself used the word “phony” to refer to the Obama administration scandals.  Coordinated distractions and diversions are being showed down our throats.  “Something’s up,”  she said.  “Obama is trying to run out the clock for some reason.”  She likened  this to a stall play in basketball, when a player hangs on to the ball, which is cowardly and unproductive.  The crowd gets up and leaves, and the only fans that won’t bail are the mainstream media, because they are part of the problem.  She said that this will be detrimental to the mainstream media and to the free America as we know it.

Governor Palin said it started in 2008 when the media decided to go along with Obama to get along and ingratiated themselves with him and vice versa.  The whistleblowers, including those in the campaign, who were telling the truth about Obama were attacked.   She was banned in the 2008 campaign from talking about Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, and Obama’s lack of knowledge and job experience.  GOP elitists, the “brainiacs” who ran the campaign, said the media would “eat us alive,” she said, if they mentioned those things. What that got them was the complacency and self-censoring that wouldn’t allow them to tell the truth about who Obama was.

She held up a white envelope with handwritten notes, which she referred to as a “redneck” version of elitist Karl Rove’s white board  and said what that got them was this list of scandals that are destroying our country.  Americans are smarter than the mainstream media give them credit and are doing their own homework and are figuring out the hypocrisy and lies coming from this government.  Patriotic Americans are doing the job the media should be doing, she said.  “For shame that the media are going to continue what they are doing.”

One Response to “Gov. Palin: Which scandal does Obama consider “phony”?”

  1. Shoulda coulda, McCain should have stepped out of the way and let a real conservative take over. The same happened with Mitt. The only two people the last 8 years that could have Obama to task was Sarah and Newt. Its no surprise Sarah backed Newt. Newt would have beaten Obama. He would have been softened up so much when the hurricane hit.

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