It’s been 6 months since Sarah Palin signed a deal with Montana-based production company. The production company, Warm Springs, had the brilliant idea to market Sarah Palin in a reality show as a judge. Perhaps Warm Springs was surprised that nobody wanted to fund the show that was supposed to be “reality” when Sarah had never been a judge, or even an attorney. Perhaps the marketing strategy was flawed? The notion that Palin had”common sense” and could therefore make fair and insightful decisions was too much of a stretch…especially when Palin kept proving that she lacked any common sense.
Whether it was her endorsement Trump, Track’s domestic violence arrest,or Bristol’s third child born out of wedlock, it is painfully clear that Sarah Palin will never be the star of “Palin Rules.” Warm Springs could only produce the show if a Network picked it up. It seems that nobody want to have anything to do with Sarah Palin. Paul Nehlen certainly got no benefit from her endorsement, and Donald Trump has evidently decided never to appear in public with her again.
A new reality show featuring Palin might be more appropriately named: “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen.”