Sarah Palin Divorce Rumor ‘Untrue’, Says Spokesperson

August 2, 2009

Alaska (ChattahBox) – Former Governor Sarah Palin is not divorcing her husband, Todd Palin, an official source has announced. The rumor began on a blog, and quickly swept the Internet, with the search term ‘Palin divorce’ becoming one of the most popular on Google.

Website Alaska Report, seems to have sparked the rumor, also noting that Sarah Palin has purchased land in Montana, and possibly plans to move her family there in support of the story.

AlaskaReport has learned this morning that Todd Palin and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin are to divorce. Multiple sources in Wasilla and Anchorage have confirmed the news. A National Enquirer story exposing previous affairs on both sides led to a deterioration of their marriage and the stress from that led to Palin’s resignation as governor of Alaska.

The Palins were noticeably not speaking to each other at last Sunday’s resignation speech in Fairbanks. Sarah ditched Todd (MSNBC) right after the speech and left without him. Sarah removed her wedding ring a couple of weeks ago. Sarah has recently purchased land in Montana and is considering moving the family there. Sarah Palin is originally from Idaho.

But a spokesperson for the Palin family has said that the story is false, and also, apparently, ridiculous. Here is the statement, taken from Palin’s Facebook page:

“Yet again, some so-called journalists have decided to make up a story. There is no truth to the recent “story” (and story is the correct term for this type of fiction) that the Palins are divorcing. The Palins remain married, committed to each other and their family, and have not purchased land in Montana (last week it was reported to be Long Island).

Less than one week ago, Governor Palin asked the media to “quit making things up.” We appreciate that the more professional journalists decided to question this story before repeating it.

Meg Stapleton”

Not suggesting there is any truth to these rumors, but a spokesperson’s denials are the usual fare in the early going of high profile break-ups.  So we’ll see what if anything happens.



5 Responses to “Sarah Palin Divorce Rumor ‘Untrue’, Says Spokesperson”

  1. Ron on August 2nd, 2009 3:36 pm

    Palin divorce rumors just business as usual from the enemies of a real conservative GOP

    The Democrat left and GOP elites fear Palin’s popularity with conservative voters as well as her independence from their control and direction. They have done all they can do to destroy her marriage, family, children and her vision for America and will continue to do so.

    To the GOP neocon establishment who have trashed and attacked Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Peter Schiff and other potential Republican candidates far more than the liberal Democrats, your attacks just increase the popularity of Sarah and the Palin For President in 2012 website effort at where we answer “Why They Hate Sarah”.

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  3. ace on August 2nd, 2009 10:40 pm

    Don’t gossiping liars have anything better to do with their time? Sheesh. GET OVER IT ALREADY! Why keep coming up with more lies about Palin? Why keep shining a spotlight on her? Shine the spotlight elsewhere as in on OBAMA and his SOCIALIST AGENDA that he’s trying to shove down all of our throats. CHANGE that you can certainly BELIEVE IN!

  4. Armando on August 3rd, 2009 11:52 am

    We need good administrators to manage our country Not political groups and interest groups.

  5. Frank A. Molina on August 3rd, 2009 1:04 pm

    ENOUGH already g ive the woman a break

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