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For some time many readers have declared that Sarah Palin is delusional. Sarah has suggested that she is often a victim of the “lamestream” media taking her words out of context. Thus to be fair, here is the entire Facebook post of Sarah Palin:
So Hillary’s campaign stylist apparently leaked to the NYT she wore a white pantsuit to her convention as homage to the democrat female politician, Geraldine Ferraro, who’d also worn white. I was asked why I wore white, too. For the record – I wore it in ’08 because it was the outfit with no baby barf encrusted on the shoulder.
From other appearances, I thought Palin could identify colors. I thought she was particularly fond of black and white.
I remembered John McCain wearing a white shirt. However Sarah was NOT wearing white. She was wearing a champagne colored top, black skirt, and black shoes. Yet in her mind she was dressed like Clinton:
For years we have dissected the story told by Sarah Palin regarding the birth of Trig. Probably the most compelling evidence that she wasn’t pregnant was the photos depicting her days before she allegedly gave birth.
Now that the focus is Bristol’s latest pregnancy, it is important to compare photos again.
Here is a picture taken from the RNC at the end of August of 2008, when Bristol was purportedly 5 months pregnant.
Here is the latest post from Bristol’s blog declaring that she is 6 months pregnant.
Certainly Bristol looked more pregnant in 2008, when she was supposedly 5 months pregnant, than in this picture in which Bristol reportedly is 6 months pregnant.
Note that Bristol explains that she is 6 months pregnant in the picture posted, but she noticeably doesn’t disclose when that picture was taken. Also notice the bright sunshine, and her lack of a coat or jacket. Compare it to what other people we wearing in Alaska on the same day.
Pictures don’t lie. People were wearing coats and jackets. The high temp was 61 degrees and the low was 42. Where was Bristol’s coat? Why wasn’t Bristol at work in the middle of the day on a Tuesday? Was Dr. Jack-me-off’s office closed?
David Brooks makes the observation that there is a dramatic split within the Republican party. The Republican’s comments regarding Trump’s comments on Mexicans have been very slow and cautious in coming.
The interesting observation he makes is that the “Sarah Palin game” is a way to get media attention even though it might be the result of hostility. Publicity results from outrageous, and at times, offensive behavior. Palin, Trump, and the presence of the Confederate Flag each generate media attention because they are offensive.
Remember what the Donald said about Hillary when he wasn’t running against her.
Stephen Colbert reports on the real front runner in the 2016 election.
“Shamus” reminded us ofthe absurdity of the Palin pregnancy stories.
JLO show October 2007 Bristol Pregnant
These are still shots from the video:
Pay particular attention to the length of Bristol’s white top. Only pregnancy tops are that long!
These other photos are important. See what you think:
These images are particularly troublesome given what we know, and has been documented about Sarah’s alleged pregnancy.
Of particular interest is the location of Sarah’s hands. Because she is wearing different clothing in each picture, it may be difficult to compare her abdomen size in each photo. However, the relation of her hands to her belly is remarkable. In the photo where she wanted people to think that she was pregnant, her hands are clasped below her extended “belly.” If her hands had been separated and moved up her abdomen, they would not have touched. Consider the relationship of her hands to her belly in other photos.
We know for sure that Bristol was not about to give birth to Tripp on December 14, 2008. Remember Tripp was reportedly born Dec. 29, 2008. However the most compelling evidence, to me, that Bristol did NOT give birth then is that there are NO pictures of Bristol at the hospital, no pictures of Sarah at the hospital, and no pictures of Willow, Piper , or Trigg at the hospital or holding their new nephew. Moveover, don’t forget who notified the media. It wasn’t Sarah, Todd, Bristol, or Levi. It was the SISTER OF BRISTOL’S GRANDMOTHER!
“We think it’s wonderful,” said Colleen Jones, the sister of Bristol’s grandmother Sally Heath, who confirmed the news. “The baby is fine and Bristol is doing well. Everyone is excited.” Colleen Jones didn’t even state the birthdate. It was implied, but not stated.
I don’t pretend to know how many children Bristol has given birth to, when they were born, where they were born, or who was the father. What seems clear is that the information fed to the press in not accurate.