At least 68 times, Donald Trump has tweeted about "Fake News." Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump. Thus, it seems only fitting that she should do her share to make sure that there is really "Fake News" being reported. To help her with this arduous task, Sarah relies on Mary Kate Knorr, one of two regular writers... Continue Reading →
We've seen multiple examples of Sarah Palin's desperate attempts to remain relevant. "Clickbait" is the term used to describe the efforts Palin is using to get people to think about her. The recent Defamation suit filed against the New York Times is one more example of clickbait. If you search the internet for "Palin defamation"... Continue Reading →
Bristol Palin may have out-done herself with her latest post. At the outset, it seems obvious that Brisol has no business commenting on the business attire of any woman. Bristol has never held a professional job.The only thing she is experienced in is what to wear while Dancing With the Stars, or perhaps the acceptable... Continue Reading →
This is an old clip, but its even funnier now because Trump never appointed her to be part of his cabinet!
"Clickbait" is the term used to describe a word used in the title of an article to generate clicks by people who want to know more about the article. "Clickbait" is a way to show you are relevant and advertisers pay attention. If your sight generates a lot of clicks, you are important. People must... Continue Reading →