Palin Paranoid Over Media ‘Moles’ Sneaking Into Her Word Salad Speeches
September 14, 2010
(ChattahBox)—-The increasingly paranoid former half-governor Sarah Palin, frequently scanned the crowd, during her speech at a Missoula, MT fundraiser, for undercover “moles” and liberal secret agents from the “lamestream” media. And she warned attendees of journalists who may have “sneaked into” her event to report negatively on her appearance. The divisive Palin, who has a degree in journalism, is apparently not aware that journalists with credentials receive approval to cover and report on newsworthy events, including hers. After her paranoid remarks about undercover “moles,” the editor for the Missoulian, informed Palin that its reporters didn’t “sneak in” to her speech. And the paper slammed Palin for stoking fear and “distrust” of the journalism profession.
Another day, and another paranoid fearmongering eruption from Sarah Palin.
The Missoulian writes:
We didn’t “sneak in” to Sarah Palin’s speech
First: This blogpost is not about politics.
Second: Contrary to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s warning to the standing-room-only crowd at this afternoon’s Teen Challenge fundraiser in Missoula, the media did not “sneak in” to her speech. We were not there as “moles,” in her words.
Third: I only mention this because that sort of talk – “Be careful. There may be some media that sneaked into the room.” – is intended to create distrust of the professional journalists in this city and all across the country who take their jobs very seriously and work hard to accurately and fairly report the news.
During her talk, Palin at times deviated from her awe-filled words of faith to take swipes at the media – at one point proclaiming that “moles” were in the audience texting about her belief in prayer and taking it all out of context, as per usual.
Palin also said, “Be careful. There may be some media that sneaked into the room.”
Palin, a Fox News contributor, is frequently at war with what she calls the “lamestream media.” She refuses all interviews and instead, writes missives on her Facebook and posts incomprehensible tweets on her Twitter page, which the press dutifully repeats as news.
The resulting report on Palin’s speech, was fair and informative. But if it’s not from Fox News, it’s not to be believed or trusted, according to Palin.