Remember when Sarah Palin posted this picture on Instagram. It was a close up of Todd, two weeks post beating by Track. The picture was described as revealing cuts and bruises that still existed two weeks after Track broke into the house and put his father on the floor.
Sarah Palin appointed judge, David Wallace, has approved Track Palin’s request to formally transfer his case to Veterans Court. In Veterans Court Track has the option of enrolling in mental health treatment programs instead of a traditional sentence. The judge also barred the media from using cameras or other recording devices during that proceeding.
Track Palin was arrested last December when Sarah called upon the police to come to the rescue of Todd and Sarah. She said Track “was on some kind of medication” and “freaking out.” When the police arrived Todd Palin was bleeding from head cuts. .
That was the second time Track was arrested for domestic violence. Remember when he hit and kicked the mother of his second child and Sarah blamed it on PTSD? Remember when veterans came forward and declared that Sarah was wrong? It wasn’t PTSD!
In the era of “fake news” it seems the Alaska Court has partnered with Sarah Palin to promote a false narrative. Preventing the media from covering the story is preventing the media from gaining access to the truth. The fact that Sarah posts pictures of her family following the assault that is supposedly a “private matter” illustrates the extreme absurdity of the claim. Clearly the message is that publicity is afforded the Palin family when it suits their agenda, and when they can make money off the media attention.