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Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Sullivan’

Yes, Andrew, Trig was born at Mat-Su Regional Hospital

Posted by joshpainter on April 28, 2011

– by Josh Painter
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We’ve expressed some rather pointed criticism of David Weigel in the past, but today we have to give him due credit. Weigel is proving what a fraud Andrew Sullivan is:

I called up Mat-Su Regional Hospital, where, according to contemporary media reports, Trig Palin was born. I was patched through to the family birthing center.

[…]

Why’d I call the hospital? One of the original concerns Sullivan had with the Trig Palin story — one that’s based on an absent fact, and not on innuendo — was that Mat-Su Regional did not list Trig Palin’s birth on its website. There’s a portion of the web site, the baby nursery, where newborns are listed. Trig, born on April 18, 2008, is not there. And that’s somewhat curious. So: Is every baby born at the hospital listed on the web site?

“No, it’s not automatic,” said the clerk. “Truth be told, we do take security photos of all the babies, but if the parents want their babies listed on the web site, they can request it. We’re really sensitive about it, though. I think the hospital took up the policy not to publish names automatically because of possible baby kidnapping issues.”

The clerk, realizing that Washington, D.C. reporters don’t typically cold call her hospital, asked me if this call was about “our former governor.” It was. Was Trig Palin born there?

“Oh, that’s not even a question,” she said… “Yes. Everybody here remembers that. Yes, this is where the Palins come — this is their family hospital.”

[…]

Is anything preventing Andrew, or one of the Daily Dish’s assistants, from making that call? … The current tone of his Trig-blogging is horribly meta — “just asking questions,” without asking questions of the people who can answer all of this stuff.

[More]

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

– JP

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Sullivan Apologizes for Pushing Boo-Gate

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 29, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

As most are aware, the Internet was abuzz with talk that Governor Palin was booed while in the Dancing with the Stars studio to cheer on her daughter, Bristol. Andrew Sullivan got caught up in Boo-Gate and then stated:

If DWTS explains what the booing was about and it had nothing to do with Sarah Palin’s emergence, we will, as always, correct the record.

When ABC squashed the booing rumors, Sullivan wrote:

ABC has now corrected the record. The booing was not about Sarah Palin but a reaction to an announcement of scores. The Dish apologizes for jumping to conclusions.

It blows my mind that people are so threatened by Governor Palin that they get all giddy at the mere thought that she would be treated poorly by an audience of people. The stories out there by people who were praying fervently that they were on to something is unbelievable. Some still refuse to accept ABC’s word on this. Sorry, folks, but audiences still stand in line to hear the Governor speak and to applaud the impact she’s having on the upcoming mid-term elections and the nation overall.

Now, on to the next “gate.” I’m sure it’s coming soon. I’ll be here to debunk that one, too.

(h/t Ian Lazaren)

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