Forget the death threats and find some dirt on Sarah Palin!

Keep looking there must be something in those emails that can be used to destroy Sarah Palin.  The thankless task of digging through mountains of dull emails in search of the Holy Grail of leftist research is no easy task.  The process is often referred to as "picking gnat s**t out of pepper," although thus far it looks like the intrepid dirt miners at the NYT and WaPo are panning for gold  while tossing away the occasional diamond because it doesn't fit the agenda.

 

The Los Angeles Times reports that among the discarded email gems was this little jewel:

 

On Sept. 12, 2008, she received a message through the state of Alaska's website that accused her of being racist and suggested that she would have joined the Ku Klux Klan if she were a man.

 

"she doesn't belong to the NRA to support the right of each citizen to have weapons in an aim of self-defence, but just to support the right of every Southern white citizen to shoot all non-white people legally!" wrote the sender, identified as Dominique Villacrouz.  "Sarah Palin MUST BE KILLED!"

 

Among the emails were a number of expletive enhanced death threats which have gone largely unreported by the MSM.  One message sent from Antwerp, Belgium, stated than Sarah Palin should be shot because "only on that moment justice will be accomplished."  Each of the threatening emails was forwarded to Governor Palin's aids without comment.

 

Earlier this year the BBC interviewed Sarah's parents, Chuck and Sally Heath and they spoke openly about the death threats made against their daughter and even her children. 

 

CH:  A good example is one guy from Pennsylvania.  He sent us and other people copies of a gun he'd bought, copies of a receipt for a gun he bought, copies of a one-way ticket to Anchorage.  We kind of laughed it off, we got a restraining order on him, and lo and behold last week he showed up in Anchorage, from Pennsylvania, and fortunately the FBI was on top of it and sent him home.

 

The FBI "sent him home?"  Move along folks, there's nothing to see here.

 

Meanwhile the search for dirt on Sarah Palin continues and given enough time and imagination the folks at the NYT and WaPo will be able to take a few words here and there out of context and fabricate something to satisfy their agenda driven curiosity. 

 

June 12, 2011

 

paboehmke@yahoo.com

 

Keep looking there must be something in those emails that can be used to destroy Sarah Palin.  The thankless task of digging through mountains of dull emails in search of the Holy Grail of leftist research is no easy task.  The process is often referred to as "picking gnat s**t out of pepper," although thus far it looks like the intrepid dirt miners at the NYT and WaPo are panning for gold  while tossing away the occasional diamond because it doesn't fit the agenda.

 

The Los Angeles Times reports that among the discarded email gems was this little jewel:

 

On Sept. 12, 2008, she received a message through the state of Alaska's website that accused her of being racist and suggested that she would have joined the Ku Klux Klan if she were a man.

 

"she doesn't belong to the NRA to support the right of each citizen to have weapons in an aim of self-defence, but just to support the right of every Southern white citizen to shoot all non-white people legally!" wrote the sender, identified as Dominique Villacrouz.  "Sarah Palin MUST BE KILLED!"

 

Among the emails were a number of expletive enhanced death threats which have gone largely unreported by the MSM.  One message sent from Antwerp, Belgium, stated than Sarah Palin should be shot because "only on that moment justice will be accomplished."  Each of the threatening emails was forwarded to Governor Palin's aids without comment.

 

Earlier this year the BBC interviewed Sarah's parents, Chuck and Sally Heath and they spoke openly about the death threats made against their daughter and even her children. 

 

CH:  A good example is one guy from Pennsylvania.  He sent us and other people copies of a gun he'd bought, copies of a receipt for a gun he bought, copies of a one-way ticket to Anchorage.  We kind of laughed it off, we got a restraining order on him, and lo and behold last week he showed up in Anchorage, from Pennsylvania, and fortunately the FBI was on top of it and sent him home.

 

The FBI "sent him home?"  Move along folks, there's nothing to see here.

 

Meanwhile the search for dirt on Sarah Palin continues and given enough time and imagination the folks at the NYT and WaPo will be able to take a few words here and there out of context and fabricate something to satisfy their agenda driven curiosity. 

 

June 12, 2011

 

paboehmke@yahoo.com

 

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