Posted onJuly 27, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin to subpoena 23 NY Times reporters, editors and employees
A Tea Party favorite, Palin is suing The New York Times over a published editorial that ran online hours after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot by a former Bernie Sanders volunteer at a Republican congressional baseball practice in Virginia. According to Palin and her lawyers, the editorial tied her to the January 2011 shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
The former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, is reportedly moving forward with sending subpoenas to 23 New York Times staffers as part of her defamation lawsuit against the liberal-leaning newspaper.
In a motion arguing for Palin’s case against The New York Times to be tossed out, attorneys for the paper revealed that the former vice presidential candidate’s lawyers served notice of plans to subpoena “23 non-party current and former Times reporters, the editors and other employees — most of whom had nothing to do with the editorial issue.”
Lawyers for the Times reportedly told the judge on Wednesday that Sarah Palin’s legal team plans to demand that the paper hands over “every internal communication it has had about her since 2011” in an effort to obtain “documents that might reveal, among other things, their ‘negative feelings’ toward her.”
Posted onJune 29, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin Sues New York Times for Defamation
On Tuesday evening, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin hired Hulk Hogan’s lawyers and sued the New York Times for defamation for falsely accusing her in a June 14 editorial of inciting Jared Lee Loughner to shoot Rep. Gabby Giffords (D-AZ). The Times’ editorial was published on the day that James Hodgkinson shot House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) while he was practicing for the Congressional Baseball Game with his GOP teammates.
“Today, Sarah Palin took a stand against The New York Times Company by filing a lawsuit which seeks to hold The Times accountable for stating that Governor Palin is part of a ‘sickeningly familiar pattern’ of politically motivated violence and that she incited the horrific 2011 shooting of Representative Gabby Giffords, a tragedy where the gunman seriously wounded numerous people and killed 6, including a federal judge and a 9-year-old girl,” Palin’s lawyers—Ken Turkel, Shane Vogt, and S. Preston Ricardo—said in a statement.
The complaint, filed in Manhattan federal court in the Southern District of New York, states that “at the time of publication, The Times knew and had published pieces acknowledging that there was no connection between Mrs. Palin and Loughner’s 2011 shooting.”
“In doing so, The Times violated the law and its own policies,” it reads.
Messrs. Turkel, Vogt, and Ricardo said Palin “seeks to hold The Times to its November 13, 2016, pledge [‘to rededicate itself to reporting facts honestly and holding power to account’], and to face both journalistic and financial accountability for the false statements that it published about Mrs. Palin.”
Like everyone’s saying, it’s the end of an error. Obama is gone.
Time to undo what the Community Organizer organized for America: astronomically increased debt, a disrespected law enforcement and military community, numerous ticked off allies, newly empowered enemies, erasure of borders, and demographic divisions aplenty.
Obama is free now to stammer on about fulfilling his promises, like he’ll “negotiate healthcare reform in public sessions, televised on C-SPAN… Everyone gets a seat at the table.” [emphasis added]
There’s a new sheriff in town. Here’s hoping he’s got a posse of deputies who understand why we elected Donald J. Trump and won’t undermine our movement. The mandate: drain the swamp — those hell-bent on obstruction included. It’s RINO season.
We will recover from Obama. The question is, how soon can we recover from the people who voted for him. Twice.
Posted onDecember 31, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin: President Trump Should ‘Call for the Unshackling of the Political Bands Tying Us to the UN’ (Audio)
On Thursday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM, former Alaska Governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin talked with Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam about the return of national sovereignty that began with Brexit and might lead to a United States withdrawal from the United Nations in the wake of its anti-Israel vote.
“I think many of us have called for America to really step up and consider what it is that we are funding and supporting via the UN, and how it works so hard really against U.S. interests, and just saying – look what the U.K. just did,” Palin said, referring to the Brexit vote.
“This is such an encouraging time, where it’s not just us, but those across the pond, too, are understanding that their nation’s sovereignty and security are on the line here, with the ties that bind us to interests that really don’t further our agendas,” she declared.
“So when the U.K. made its move, it was just another reason to call yet again for the U.S. to get the heck out of the UN and get the UN out of the U.S. Let’s get going on putting America first so that we can sweep our own porch before telling other nations how to sweep theirs,” she advised.
Posted onNovember 26, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin: Trump Movement Began with the GOP Establishment’s ‘Shocking Betrayals’ of Tea Party Voters (Audio)
Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin was a guest on the special Thanksgiving holiday edition of Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Alex Marlow.
Palin said the 2016 election was vindication for “me and millions of other Americans who, for years and years, have been saying smaller, smarter government is the answer, and we need someone who is politically incorrect enough to say what needs to be said, and do what needs to be doin’, to fix the problems that we’re in in our nation.”
Marlow said he thought Trump’s campaign theme of “draining the swamp” in DC was “channeling Sarah Palin.”
She countered that the concept was “pretty universal, when people understand what our Constitution actually means, and that it is to restrain federal government, and not incentivize growth of the federal government – more control, more shackles over the people.”
“So draining the swamp is so necessary on the local government level, the state government level, and of course the federal government level. We need to not allow the will of the people to be ignored, and the only way to do that is, presently the status quo is so far from wanting to drain the swamp that we knew ‘the status quo has got to go.’ I’ve kinda been preaching that for a few decades now, ever since the little local city council seats that I was elected to, but I’m not the only one who believes that, obviously,” Palin said.
Posted onJuly 22, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin to Ted Cruz: Delete Your Career (Video)
In a statement to Breitbart News, former Alaska Governor and 2008 Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin weighed in on Senator Ted Cruz’s refusal to honor his pledge and endorse the GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Palin, whose endorsement of Cruz’s long-shot Senate bid in 2012 was credited by Cruz himself as the reason why he won the race that launched his national political career, gave the following statement to Breitbart after delegates booed Cruz off the stage at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night:
Turns out Ted Cruz’s partner, Carly Fiorina, had a more graceful exit from the political stage than he had.
Cruz’s broken pledge to support the will of the people tonight was one of those career-ending “read my lips” moments. I guarantee American voters took notice and felt more unsettling confirmation as to why we don’t much like typical politicians because they campaign one way, but act out another way. That kind of political status quo has got to go because it got us into the mess we’re in with America’s bankrupt budgets and ramped up security threats.
Posted onApril 7, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Azealia Banks: ‘F*ck Whitey’ — Donald Trump and Sarah Palin Represent Contempt for ‘New Black Mind’
Azealia Banks penned another expletive-filled note Wednesday attacking Sarah Palin, “crackers,” and “whitey” just hours after the former Alaska governor vowed to sue the rapper for an earlier graphic outburst against her.
“Despite their best efforts to conceal the contempt and envy that the cracker has for Blacks and other people of color …they just can’t hide it and it’s seeping from the seams of their being,” Banks wrote in a Tumblr post Wednesday (emphasis hers).
On Monday, the 24-year-old rapper issued a series of since-deleted tweets that suggested Palin should be gang-raped and forced to perform oral sex on a group of black men, and that the incident should be filmed and uploaded to the website WorldStarHipHop.
“Sarah Palin needs to have her hair shaved off to a buzz cut, get headf—ked by a big veiny, ashy, black d—k then be locked in a cupboard,” Banks wrote in a tweet that was later deleted but screen-shotted by Media Research Center.
“Honestly… Let’s find the biggest burliest blackest n—es and let them run a train on her. Film it and put it on worldstar,” she wrote in another since-deleted message.
On Tuesday, Palin vowed to sue the rapper over the comments, telling People magazine that Banks “engages in a form of racism and hate that is celebrated by some in the perverted arm of pop culture, but is condemned by those who know it’s tearing our country apart.”
Posted onApril 6, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Sarah Palin: ‘I’m Suing’ Azealia Banks for Her Gang-Rape Demands: ‘Put the Fear of God in Her by Holding Her Accountable’
Sarah Palin vowed to sue Azealia Banks over comments the rapper made on Twitter Monday calling for the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential nominee to be gang-raped by black men.
In a statement provided to People magazine, Palin wrote that she would bring a lawsuit against the 24-year-old Slay-Z rapper “on behalf of all reasonable women of every age, race and political leaning.”
“I’ve had enough of the unanswered threats and attacks against my family and me,” Palin wrote. “So, for the first time I’m going to enjoy the only retribution some ‘protected’ celebrities seem to understand — I’m suing Azealia Banks and can’t wait to share my winnings with others who have gone defenseless against lies and dangerous attacks far too long.”
On Monday, Banks posted a series of graphic messages on Twitter in which she suggested Palin should be shaved bald, forced to perform oral sex on black men, and then be gang-raped by them, and that the incident should be filmed and uploaded to World Star Hip Hop.
“Sarah Palin needs to have her hair shaved off to a buzz cut, get headf—ked by a big veiny, ashy, black d—k then be locked in a cupboard,” Banks wrote in a since-deleted tweet that was captured by Media Research Center.
Posted onApril 5, 2016byifnm|Comments Off on Rapper calls for Palin gang-rape by ‘burliest’ black men
Singer wants Sarah ‘locked in a cupboard’ after sex crimes.
A well-known rapper took to Twitter over the weekend to promote the gang-rape of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Azealia Banks, whose 2014 album “Broke with Expensive Taste” reached the No. 3 position on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop charts, unleashed a flurry of tweets attacking Palin on Sunday.
“[Palin] needs to have her hair shaved off to a buzz cut, get headf—-d by a big veiny, ashy, black d— then be locked in a cupboard,” Bank wrote, MRC reported Monday. “Let’s find the biggest burliest blackest negroes and let them run a train on her.”
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I watch Hollywood awards ceremonies where a supposed artist screams out for punching people in the face for political disagreements, and the entire horde of Botoxed brain zombies leaps to their feet in an ungodly and unholy howl of rampant bloodlust approval.
“We can call it Cultural Marxism, but at the end of the day, we experience it on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.” – Andrew Breitbart