Paranoid Palin Tweets to O’Donnell: Media ‘Seeking ur Destruction’

September 20, 2010

(ChattahBox Political News)—- The queen of victimization Sarah Palin, is warning extremist tea party senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell to be very, very afraid of the national media. Remember when the mainstream media was out to get then-vice presidential candidate Palin, with those unfair “gotcha” questions, such as asking what newspapers and magazines she read? Well, the same exact thing is happening right now to former teen witch and anti-masturbation activist O’Donnell. How? The national media is gunning for O’Donnell’s “destruction” apparently, by doing their job and reporting on public written statements and on air remarks made by O’Donnell, a national candidate for office, during her years of right-wing activism, according to Palin.

O’Donnell’s many bizarre and kooky statements, including an on-air admission that she “dabbled into witchcraft,” have been receiving coverage, as the media delves into the character and policies of the Republican nominee for U.S. Senator.

After the airing of her teen witchcraft remarks, O’Donnell abruptly canceled scheduled TV appearances on CBS and Fox News. And O’Donnell sought to joke her way out of the controversy, by tweeting about turning Karl Rove into a frog.

“I did comment that if I were a witch, Rove would be a supporter. I would have turned him into a “Newt”, because Gingrich says we win,” tweeted O’Donnell on Monday.

Now, Sarah Palin is cranking up her Twitter machine to offer support and advice to O’Donnell, by warning the candidate who once wrongly claimed scientists successfully transplanted a fully functioning human brain into a mouse, that the national media is out to get her.

“C. O’Donnell strategy: time’s limited;use it 2 connect w/local voters whom you’ll be serving vs appeasing nat’l media seeking ur destruction,” tweeted Palin.

During a recent appearance on Fox News’ the O’Reilly Factor, Palin, said O’Donnell should “Speak through Fox News.”

But on Twitter today, she is attacking media outlets for suggesting she advised O’Donnell to avoid the mainstream national media and to only appear on Fox News.

“The Hill: get it right, please; I did NOT tell O’Donnell to only speak to Fox News. Where do u all get this stuff? Pls report truth. Thanks”

Hmm, let’s recap: First the former half-term governor advises O’Donnell to “Speak through Fox News,” just as Palin does in her role as a Fox News contributor.

Palin refuses to be interviewed by any national media outlet, instead posting her policy missives on Facebook and Twitter.

Secondly, Palin tweets advice to O’Donnell, warning her that the national media is purposely seeking her destruction with false reporting.

But, Palin is definitely NOT telling O’Donnell “to only speak to Fox News.”

Where does the media get this stuff?

Photo Source: Christine O’Donnell official photo/Wikimedia Commons/Therealbs2002/Sarah Palin at a campaign rally in Raleigh, NC.


3 Responses to “Paranoid Palin Tweets to O’Donnell: Media ‘Seeking ur Destruction’”

  1. Old Man Dotes on September 20th, 2010 2:51 pm

    Yeah, the media is seeking the destruction of the GOP’s religious-fanatic Nazis in the same way that people near a railroad track are seeking a train wreck; no one deliberately (other than the railroad company) does anything to cause it, but once it starts, it’s impossible to look away.

    Shouldn’t Plain be renouncing her American citizenship right about now? She put in a half-term as Alaska’s (embarrassing) Governor, and she’s about at the middle of her life, so it’s time for her to be a half-term American. Maybe Canada will accept her; after all, Canada gave her and her family free medical care. Although I do have Canadian friends, and I wouldn’t wish Palin on them.

  2. Ken on September 20th, 2010 3:46 pm

    You make Sarah Palin’s point when you clearly are biased against O’Donnell yourself, calling her “extremist” and a “teen witch.” The media outlets, mostly in the pockets of the Dems, are out to get O’Donnell and any other Tea Party member that has a chance in November.

    Why is this coming out now, after she wins the primary? This kind of sleaze journalism stinks to high heaven.

    BTW, O’Donnell said she “dabbled” in witchcraft as a teen. So did I, and I am a conservative Christian today. It didn’t make me a teen witch, and neither did it make her one. Grow up and report news like responsible adults.

  3. John Peternell on September 24th, 2010 6:25 pm

    The things that a candidate says and the things that a candidate does should not be reported or discussed. All statements to the press must be scripted and no questions allowed. To do so would only enable us to make an educated evaluation of the candidates qualifications for office. We certainly wouldn’t want that.

    Only conservative Christians need apply because they need “their” country back. We need lower taxes and fewer regulations. That will fix everything. If not, we can always invade Venezuela. We can remove another dictator and make the world safe for democracy.

    God bless America. I’m sure he’s on our side.

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