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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Now this is genius! (NSFW)



From Yahoo

You've seen the super innovative period undies that absorb your period blood without needing pads or tampons. Now, another brand is taking the design up a notch, by allowing you to free bleed right onto a picture of politicians who don't support women's reproductive rights. Totally genius.
Buzzfeed reports that Cute Fruit Undies is now making a line of underwear called Bloody Marys. They absorb your period blood, and keep leaks from happening. There's even a detachable heat pack to help soothe your cramps.
All of this awesome-ness WITH a politicians face sewn right onto the crotch. At this time, there are nine politicians to choose from, but the company is happy to consider others. These politicians have notoriously bad records when it comes to women's rights, including Ohio Governor John Kasich who signed a bill to defund Planned Parenthood, and Texas Senator and Republican Presidential Nominee Ted Cruz who opposes abortion even in cases of rape and incest and has also called to defund Planned Parenthood and women's access to birth control all together.
I'll take a pack of each one please.


Bristol Palin got a citation the day of Todd's "accident"



From Alaska Courtview:

Ticket/Citation #
Citation # : PALEE000001910405 - State of Alaska Offense Date 03/13/2016
Agency Alaska State Troopers
Docket Information
Date Docket Text Amount Owed Amount Due
03/19/2016 Minor Offense Citation or Other Charging Document Filed
03/19/2016 Fine Due
Charge #1: 13AAC04.020(a): Headlight Requirements (Correctable) $80.00 $80.00
03/19/2016 Police Training Surcharge
Charge #1: 13AAC04.020(a): Headlight Requirements (Correctable) $10.00 $10.00
03/19/2016 Defendant must respond to citation within 30 days as directed on the citation.

Did this have anything to do with Todd?

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

So did Ted Cruz have affairs or not?


Recently the National Enquirer printed a story that Ted Cruz has had five mistresses.  Ted accused Donald of planting the story although it more likely came from the Marco Rubio camp.

Ted of course denied the whole thing.  Salon has a great write up on the dustup:

When is an affair just an affair? And when is someone’s private sex public business? Those are the questions of the moment following two sets of high-profile allegations involving Republican politicians engaging in extramarital relations. Last week, the National Enquirer alleged that GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz had been “caught cheating” with five mistresses, choosing not to identify the women by name. Earlier in the week, a story broke that Robert Bentley, Alabama’s virulently anti-gay governor, was having an affair with Rebekah Caldwell Mason, his married chief of staff. As Neal Broverman reports for the Advocate, rumors of their affair had been circulating in Washington for years. Both deny the allegations.

Many believe that what takes happens in the bedrooms between consensual adults should stay there, even when it’s politicians whose policies we disagree with. My colleague, Mary Elizabeth Williams, argued that this is hardly the worst misdeed Cruz has ever committed; however, in our extremely sex negative culture, it may be the one that ends his White House run. “[O]f all the reasons that Cruz shouldn’t be president, is an accusation that he slept with other women really the one he ought to go down for?” Williams asks. She astutely notes that—given the possibility that the report was leaked by a Trump staffer—the story is “intriguingly timed, to say the least.”

Should it prove legitimate, inquiry about Ted Cruz’s sex life is more than just “gossip”—as Politico’s Jack Shafer likewise suggested. Cruz’s alleged affairs are worthy of inquiry for the same reason that it’s news when closeted Republicans like Larry Craig foot-tap for sex in an airport bathroom or Randy Boehning is caught on a gay hookup app: Their lies hurt people. Their duplicity, often cloaked in “family values” political rhetoric, profoundly affects the LGBT populations against whose interests they consistently voted, even while engaging in the exact behavior they deemed despicable. In 2006, Craig—the now-disgraced Idaho Senator—supported adding an amendment to the Constitution that would ban same sex-marriage.

There’s a great rule of thumb on the subject, known as the Barney Frank Rule. “I think there’s a right to privacy,” the retired Senator once explained to Bill Maher. “But the right to privacy should not be a right to hypocrisy. People who want to demonize other people shouldn’t then be able to go home and close the door, and do it themselves.” In 2014, journalist Itay Hod posted about former Illinois Representative Aaron Schock—who was long rumored to be gay—on Facebook. Many, like Huffington Post’s Michelangelo Signorile, argued that questions about Schock’s sexuality were worth asking because of the flamboyantly attired Republican’s terrible history on LGBT equality. He earned a zero rating from the HRC.

Exposing the hypocrisy of Republican legislators not only makes our political system more honest—it can actually change behavior. After Boehning was outed by Dustin Smith last year, following a chat between the two men online, the North Dakota politician actually told reporters that the leak was a relief: “The 1,000-pound gorilla has been lifted.” Boehning further explained that his prior anti-gay legislative decisions (including voting against a 2015 gay rights bill) were in service of a coverup. “This has been a challenge for me,” he told The Forum. “You don’t tell everyone you’re going to vote one way and then switch your vote another way—you don’t have any credibility that way.”

In contrast, it’s considered gauche to expose the private life of a well-known figure when that information isn’t in the public interest. This practice is often called “outing,” correctly derided as a reactionary tactic that shoves LGBT celebrities out of the closet before they are ready (see: Lance Bass, Neil Patrick Harris, George Michael) for little reason other than our own smug satisfaction. Say, if Brad Pitt were secretly gay, would there be much utility in exposing him? Not really. Pitt’s hypothetical decision to live in the closet would have little effect on anyone else, aside from his own family. He isn’t in a position to legislate against the rights of LGBT folks or do others harm because of his lie.

Personally I don't care about politicians sex lives.  I do care when a Ted Cruz rails about family values and then does the opposite.  God doesn't like hypocrisy.

I also care when Donald Trump the serial philanderer outs Ted Cruz for something that he is famous for doing as well, adultery.

So Donald and Ted, shut the hell up.  

What do you all think, did Ted cheat on Heidi or not?


Bristol and Dakota are in court today

Bristol and Dakota will be in court today regarding Sailor.

Now that Dakota has seen Sailor, was he able to get a DNA sample tested, and if so will today's hearing announce the results?

And Bristol is playing the media again:

No hard feelings? Despite months of tension between Bristol Palin and her ex-fiance Dakota Meyer, it seems the mother of two has buried the hatchet with her ex and confirmed the paternity of her daughter, Sailor Grace, all in one Instagram photo.

On Thursday, Palin, 25, posted a picture of Meyer carrying Sailor in a baby bjorn with the caption: "too cute not to share." In the shot Meyer is taking a selfie with his little girl.

Palin has never publicly confirmed that Meyer is the father of baby Sailor, but earlier this month she posted a sweet photo of her daughter, writing, "Looks exactly like her daddy!"

ET has verified that Meyer is the father of Sailor, thanks to a paternity test the former Marine took in February. Meyer has been granted joint custody of the infant, though she will still reside in Alaska with her mother.

Palin also recently worked out custody with her ex Levi Johnston for their 7-year-old son, Tripp. Shortly after the decision was made, the daughter of former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin took to Instagram to clear up rumors.

Wel all know this bullshit as Bristol is just doing this for public consumption.  Check out what she posted on her instgram, obviously aimed at Dakota:


And some of the comments below:
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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Donald Trump's biggest business fuckups



You can read about them here CNBC

Boardwalk empire

Trump began buying up casinos in Atlantic City in the late 1980s, but eventually some casino holdings became a four-bankruptcy foray, for which Trump has spoken about and made no apologies for on the campaign trail.

The Trump Taj Mahal in 1991 declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy first. Trump Plaza filed for Chapter 11 protection in 1992. After some of Trump's casinos were combined into Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts, a publicly traded company, it filed for bankruptcy court protection in 2004. Trump Entertainment Resorts, the name with which the Trump holding company reemerged from bankruptcy, filed for bankruptcy protection in 2009. Trump's extensive personal guarantees of his casinos' debts nearly broke him financially, by many accounts, including his own in "The Art of the Comeback."

Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for bankruptcy court protection again in 2014 and only recently emerged from that bankruptcy. But by the time of the 2014 filing, it was no longer controlled by Trump — he gave up control around the time of the 2009 Chapter 11 proceedings.
"Trump did, by all accounts, make a lot of money for himself in Atlantic City," Philadelphia magazine concluded last year. "But a lot of regular people lost money investing in his casinos."

The Trump Taj Mahal still operates, but it's owned by Carl Icahn.

The Saudi bailout

In January a Saudi prince trolled Trump on Twitter for having had to bail out the developer twice in the early 1990s. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, an active investor in U.S. markets, said he had bought Trump's yacht and the Plaza Hotel in New York in deals with Trump's banks.


Trump paid between $400 million and $425 million for the Plaza in 1988, which he described as one of the world's trophy properties. By 1995, Alwaleed and other investors took over the mortgage, which was in arrears due to missed interest payments. The deal left Trump with a small, non-controlling stake. He had previously reduced his stake to 51 percent in exchange for other concessions from his banks. The Trump Organization's own website says simply that Trump sold the hotel to the prince and other investors for $325 million.

Flush from his early scores on deals such as New York's Grand Hyatt and Trump Tower , Trump went bottom-fishing when he bought assets of the old Eastern Airlines shuttle in 1988 to form Trump Air. For $380 million financed by 22 banks, he purchased routes between New York and Washington and Boston and set out to remake the utilitarian shuttle in his own gilded image, adding gold and chrome-colored fixtures and introducing kiosk-based check-ins and laptop computer rentals.


Trump Air lasted less than two years before banks took it over. The Eastern Shuttle had already been losing ground to rivals like Amtrak and Pan Am Airways. In addition, a combination of fuel prices that spiked during the run-up to the first Persian Gulf War and the 1990 recession doomed Trump Air to failure. The banks eventually sold the shuttle to USAirways 

West Side story

Trump's massive redevelopment plan for Manhattan's West Side, from 59th Street to 72nd Street, played a leading role in wiping out his fortune — on paper, at least — in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Trump envisioned a $4.5 billion complex — anchored by a new headquarters for the NBC Television network, other office space and apartment buildings — financed with the help of a $700 million tax abatement from the city. But talks on the tax break with then-mayor Ed Koch, a personality nearly as salty as Trump, broke down in a blow to Trump's dealmaker image. Trump turned down a 1989 offer to sell the site for $550 million, a hefty profit on his $115 million purchase price. In 1994 his banks forced a sale to Hong Kong investors for $82 million, plus assumption of $250 million in debt, O'Brien wrote.


Trump retained an interest in the project, and some of the 16 apartment buildings eventually built there carry his name. According to O'Brien, the money he turned down would be worth $1 billion now after inflation, let alone investment returns.

Bad mortgage

Late in the housing boom, Trump decided that 2006 was a "great time" to start a mortgage company. "The real estate market is going to be strong for a long time to come,'' he told CNBC.


The company never came near its much touted sales targets and closed in 2007, even before the real estate bust, The Washington Post reported last month. It has faced a handful of lawsuits from creditors and former employees who say they were not paid, the Post said. Trump has blamed the manager he hired to run the business, whom the Post reports exaggerated his credentials.

Out of style

Macy's dropped Trump's decade-old, mid-priced menswear line last summer following remarks he made about immigrants from Mexico. His statements sparked a petition with more than 700,000 signatures demanding the move. Macy's CEO said he would have done the same for any other candidate. The chain, which had been the exclusive retail partner for the clothing line, had previously put out a statement calling Trump's statements inconsistent with Macy's values.

Trump's run for president has been a success, but due to the extreme nature of some positions he has staked out, it could expose his brand to damage more widespread than the Macy's flap. A survey of luxury-brand reputation found in December 2015 that the Trump brand "has lost the confidence of the people who can afford to stay at one of his hotels, play at one of his country clubs or purchase a home in one of his developments," according to a Politico Magazine report on the survey, which was conducted by the BAV Consulting. "It is also rapidly losing its association with the gilded traits Trump has long promoted as the essence of his business."


Nevertheless, Trump's merchandise is still selling on his campaign website, and Trump menswear is still available on Amazon.

Getting an education

In what may have sounded like another easy business opportunity (click back to Trump's mortgage endeavor), especially during the rise of for-profit college sector, The Donald launched Trump University in 2005.

No real university — as in, accredited institute of higher learning — Trump U would give prospects Trump's take on real estate success, delivered via audiotapes and weekend seminars held at hotels, which acted as sales pitches for programs costing thousands of dollars. Citing a series of consumer complaints about the university, later renamed the Trump Entrepreneurial Initiative under pressure from regulators who argued that it was misleading to call the real-estate seminars a university, the Better Business Bureau slapped a D-rating on the business in 2010. That same year, the university/initiative began to wind down operations.

According to the Bureau, Trump University's rating was raised to A+ in 2013 because there had been no new complaints about it since 2010. As the BBB noted, however, the university was not active during most of that period. On Super Tuesday, a judge refused to dismiss a $40 million fraud case against the university brought by New York's Attorney General's office. Trump's attorneys have called the suit politically motivated, like a class-action against Trump University in California, and claimed the business foundered because of the 2008 recession.


Trump University also faces class-actions from former students.

Tainted meat


Trump has gotten his back up about criticism of his line of steaks, which debuted in 2007 and were sold at The Sharper Image, which quickly pulled them after the chain "literally sold almost no steaks.'' He told CNN's Anderson Cooper he still has a thriving meat business, selling steaks through his golf clubs and hotels. But the pile of "Trump Steaks" he displayed for reporters March 8 included one wrapped in plastic bearing the logo of a company called Bush Brothers. Trump acknowledged to CNN that his companies don't actually produce meat, and didn't claim to sell Trump-branded steaks outside Trump establishments.

Trump vs. S&P 500?: Stick with the index

Trump has told so many tall (or at least unverifiable) tales about his wealth that it's hard to calculate a return on investment for his personal fortune over the last quarter century or more.

In 1976 he told The New York Times that he was worth more than $200 million. If that was true and his net worth is the $2.9 billion Bloomberg calculated last year, annual returns on his early wealth are only 7.1 percent, according to an Investopedia compound annual growth rate (CAGR) calculator. Today Forbes places Trump as the 121st-richest person in America, estimating his net worth at $4.5 billion. Based on Forbes' claim, Trump's annual return is about 8.3 percent. Over that time, the compound annual growth rate of the S&P 500 is 11.1 percent, including dividends, according to Yahoo Finance data.

Even Trump's claim that he's now worth $10 billion implies a return of just 10.5 percent on what he said he had four decades ago. If he'd bought $200 million in index funds in 1976, he'd have $12 billion minus investment-management fees. To be fair, beating the index is a win that over the years has eluded many top investors. In fact, Warren Buffett is way ahead in a $1 million bet he has made that, over a decade, the S&P 500 will beat a top list of hedge funds.

 This guy claims to be a winner yet has had to file for bankruptcy FOUR times.  Yeah that's a guy I want putting together a federal budget.


Some of the worst word salad spewed on Sarah Palin's Fecebook

Sarah after allegedly visiting Todd in the hospital


From Sarah's Fecebook

Hooray For the Blacklist! Revelation "The Man" Was Either Lying Then or They're Lying Now
Yippee! We're blacklisted! Patriots who've had enough of Washington DC hypocrisy and t'aint gonna take it anymore are now officially "blacklisted" and "targeted" (*note: you are not allowed to use those politically incorrect words, you racist gun clingers; only the chosen ones are allowed).

The so-called "conservative" Professional Political Class has united against me and others for supporting our party's frontrunner and refusing to join their ‪#‎NeverTrump‬ campaign that will ultimately elect Hillary Clinton. The self-appointed kingmakers don't even hide the fact their efforts to destroy our winning candidate, while disrespecting the will of the people, ultimately bolsters the liberal left and fuels the insider's shared gravy train that they all suck from. Many have actually promised to stop at nothing to thwart the electorate's choice for a successful commonsense conservative who's in perfect position to bust up the Washington cabal and return our government back to We the People. 

Want to join me on their blacklist? Sign here! Want a bumpersticker proclaiming it loud and proud? Make one, then send me one for my truck, eh?

In setting aside "real life" this morning, I took a minute to google news of the day and saw this blacklist. It immediately reminded me why millions of Americans across party lines are coalescing to reject Washington DC's politics-as-usual.

The political establishment collecting names to brand us blacklisted are exactly this - as spoken by William F. Buckley: "Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views." Obviously the same is true with our own party's elitist political bullies who claim to be the only keepers of the conservative flame ignited by Buckley, Goldwater and Reagan.

This Primary election has sifted out the self-appointed movers and shakers in the GOP who are up to no good, thanks to Donald Trump's campaign exposing unprincipled politicos' true agenda. For as much as these politicians, pundits, consultants, and "conservative" media types rant, rave and pontificate, there's no denying they really don't care who wins elections as long as they keep their perks, titles, ratings, and invites to their pal's preachin'-to-the-choir venues.
More Americans now find out these folks are really good at using and abusing their audiences and supporters. I know personally that when it benefited their elections, their fundraisers, their poll numbers, careers and connections, they sure agreed with my conservative politics. For nearly a decade they've requested my endorsement, my social media shout-outs, my pro bono consulting and advice, and as much in-person support as my time allowed me to give them. They were either lying then, or they're lying now about my judgment creds. I've never asked any of them for anything in return (they can all testify to that) except their integrity to shine. You'd think that at least in my respecting their right to endorse whichever Presidential candidate they choose, they'd reciprocate and simply respect my right to endorse a commonsense conservative Republican who just happens to not be top of their list.

... Here are some old friends who now relegate others and me to their blacklist:
- a “conservative commentator” who thought I was a “really terrific lady” when we jointly supported gubernatorial candidates... not so much anymore. http://www.redstate.com/…/on-the-road-with-nikki-haley-sar…/

- the leader of a DC pro-life advocacy group who has raised money with my name, likeness and personal efforts for years – so far as having my portrait in their lobby - now condemns me for supporting a candidate who saw the light and passionately joined our fight for LIFE years ago and has campaigned to shut down government in order to defund Planned Parenthood. This, despite the fact the condemning group’s President and CEO was once a pro-choice activist herself. http://www.washingtonpost.com/…/…/05/13/AR2010051305127.html

- Rallying a group of young conservative DC staffers when I travelled across the country to support their bosses' efforts to defund Obamacare. Since I'm supporting a Republican candidate promising to do away with Obamacare, some of these same staffers are now hell-bent on blacklisting me, and have even gone so far as accusing me of “trashing the constitution” and lying - accusing me of being paid for my endorsements! They know better but spew the lies anyway. Some of these young folks started out bright and talented, but they're corrupted by power in Washington. Still, I’ll hold out hope for them and echo the words of Mr. Buckley once again: “I won't insult your intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said.” (Oh – and to one of those staffers-turned-talking-head, Amanda, who now helps lead this charge against me, Dr. Ben Carson, Gov. Rick Scott, Gov. Jan Brewer, Phyllis Schlafly, Sen. Jeff Sessions, Matt Drudge, Ted Nugent, Jerry Falwell, Jr., Willie Robertson, and other red-blooded hard-core Conservatives, I meant what I said when you brought your kids all the way to meet me that day not long ago - they really are cute.)

So the clever DC herd that's created the cutesie social media hashtag (because Twitter handles are just so doggone intimidating and powerful in battle, I guess?) are attempting to thwart the will of the people and the power of electorate with their #NeverTrump ammo. Well, kiddos, quick history lesson – our founders had their own hard copy kind of hashtag. It looked like ‪#‎WeThePeople‬. And #WeThePeople are turning out by the millions, smashing voter participation records to fight against exactly the sort of hypocritical elitist games you are playing with our Republic. #WeThePeople will be in Cleveland this summer for the GOP Convention to make sure your haughtiness doesn't drive you to follow through on your asinine threats to do something untoward and silence the voice of #WeThePeople. True Conservatives and Independents who are in this for a reason, not a season... who don't look at elections as "just business"... who sacrifice precious time and resources away from our families and jobs in order to help others, well, we'll continue to stand united against the Left with our nominee, despite your ironclad commitment now to see him fall, which leads to Hillary's victory.

In all graciousness, you're invited to take the DC bubble blinders off and see that in order to form a more perfect Union and save our country #WeThePeople have needed another revolution. You're encouraged to drop out of that professional political class and rise up on the right side with us. All it takes is finally recognizing that in the needed revolution, we've found a revolutionary.

If nothing else, remember the words of the prophetic Andrew Breitbart as I shout a hearty "AMEN" and encourage others to join me on the blacklist, for it is a badge of honor:

“I don’t care who our candidate is and I haven’t since the beginning of this. I haven’t! Ask not what the candidate can do for you, ask what you can do for the candidate! … When I walk through CPAC or I travel the United States to meet people in the Tea Party who care – black, white, gay, and straight – anyone that’s willing to stand next to me to fight the progressive left, I will be in that bunker. And if you’re not in that bunker because you’re not satisfied with a certain candidate, more than shame on you! You’re on the other side!” – Andrew Breitbart, CPAC 2012

"Blacklist" info here - http://www.breitbart.com/…/gop-smart-set-plots-blacklist-o…/
Listen to Andrew Breitbart's call for unity, in his own words: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq2rXSVF4rk

If anyone of you could decipher that you deserve the MOH, more than Dakota Meyer but that's another story.

Now Sarah is encouraging everyone to join her "Blacklist"

Join My Blacklist!

The Washington establishment is trying to silence the voice of We The People. This time, they're "blacklisting" any independent thinking American who supports the nomination of the GOP frontrunner, Donald Trump. Joining me on their blacklist are people and publications like The Drudge Report, Dr. Ben Carson, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Breitbart, Gov. Jan Brewer (AZ), Gov. Rick Scott (FL), and other well known Conservatives.

Want to make it easy on the professional political class trying to grow their list and just volunteer your name to our "dangerous crew"? Join me! Just click this link and add your name!

Unifying with all these fellow patriots, it doesn't sound like such a bad group to be a part of after all! Sign the petition to join the blacklist to tell these unprincipled politicos that enough is enough, no more of their politics as usual.


SIGN UP BY CLICKING THE LINK.

Ooh a inconsequential club.  Wonder if Sarah is using that to grift.  Oh yes she is as that link takes you right to SarahPac.

The end of the 1st quarter is two days away, Sarah needs to make herself look significant by having more money.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Monday Meme


What if Todd really died in that snowmobile crash?


We have not seen an actual picture of Todd in the hospital except for the pic above.

Course the person laying in the bed could be anyone...Bristol when she had Sailor, Todd's grandma Andree who died just recently.

So where is Todd?

You would think Sarah the media whore she is would have gotten a pic of Todd leaving the hospital.  The only thing she posted yesterday was an Ester meme and a congrats to Ivanka Trump on the birth of her son.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter to everyone, no matter what your faith is.

Have a great day!

And for a special Easter treat here is President Obama doing the tango in Argentina:


Saturday, March 26, 2016

Sarah Palin will not be in the tRump administration



From USA Today

Never far from a glowing screen, Sarah Palin may be coming to a TV dial near you: She will star in a new Judge Judy-style courtroom reality show in 2017, according to a publicist for a Montana production company.

The former governor of Alaska, who's already starred in her own reality shows since the end of her vice-presidential campaign in 2008, signed a production deal last month with a Montana-based company called Warm Springs, according to Howard Bragman of  Fifteen Minutes P.R., a veteran public-relations executive who represents Warm Springs.

Palin's show, still unnamed, would feature Palin in a nationally syndicated daytime show premiering in the fall of 2017.

But first she has to make a pilot, meet with TV stations across the land and sell it and herself to them. Which shouldn't be too difficult, Bragman says, even though Palin is not a lawyer.

"She's sold millions of books, one of which sold over 2 million copies, she's a proven ratings draw, she has close to 6 million followers on social media, she has a huge audience and you can say that audience corresponds well with a daytime audience," Bragman said Tuesday.

People magazine was first to report the news Tuesday.

Warm Springs includes Larry Lyttle, who is the producer behind courtroom reality shows Judge Judy, starring Judge Judy Sheindlin, and also Judge Joe Brown, starring Judge Joe Brown. Sheindlin plays well on TV as a straight-talking, no-nonsense, stern-but-fair judge presiding over sometimes goofy cases.

Palin starred in Sarah Palin's Alaska on the TLC network starting in 2010, and in 2014 she launched Amazing America with Sarah Palin, an outdoor-themed show on The Sportsman Channel, but her TV schedule is clear for the moment.

Instead, she's plunged into the tumultuous 2016 Republican presidential campaign, endorsing Donald Trump in a surprise move since she was expected to endorse Trump rival and tea-party favorite U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz.

(Palin was stumping for Trump last week when husband Todd Palin was seriously injured in a snowmobile accident in Alaska and she rushed home to be with him.)

The backlash from her endorsement has been a lot of criticism on social media, to which Palin is no stranger. But this time it's coming from other conservative Republicans who reject Trump. Palin was prominent on a list of Trump backers who would be "blacklisted" from the party for endorsing him by other GOP conservatives.

Not that Trump would ever be elected but if he were that means a role for Sarah in his administration is out.

Seriously though the only legal experience Sarah has is figuring out how to break the law and get away with it.

Will Track be her first case?  What about Bristol and Dakota's custody dispute, will she preside over that too?

This show will not make the airwaves.  Bank on it.

Alaska, Hawaii and Washington hold Democratic caucuses today

Today the Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington state Democrats will have their caucuses today.

I predict Hillary will sweep all three.  Sorry Bernie.

Friday, March 25, 2016

This is what the Republican party has been reduced to

First Ted uses pics of Melania at her "finest: which are in the public domain

Then The Donald threatens Heidi Cruz Ted's wife:

"Lyin' Ted Cruz just used a picture of Melania from a G.Q. shoot in his ad. Be careful, Lyin' Ted, or I will spill the beans on your wife!,"

Ted responds back:

“I have to say, seeing him go deeper and deeper into the gutter, it’s not easy to tick me off," Cruz said at a news conference while campaigning in Dane, Wisconsin. "But you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, it’ll do it every time.

"Donald, you’re a sniveling coward," Cruz said. "Leave Heidi the hell alone.”

Candidates attacking spouses, Donald and Ted, grow the hell up!  Real men don't hide behind their wives.

I have always believed candidates family members should be left alone.  Even Bill Clinton.  You don't see Hillary attacking Mrs Sanders do you?

Pretty soon Sarah will post something, LEAVE MELANIA ALONE!

Flashback Friday: Troopergate!


This is a new series I am starting.  Every Friday I am going to do a Flashback Friday post on one of Sarah Palin or her family member's misdeeds.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Donald Trump pulls a Rod Blagojevich


From Think Progress

Dr. Ben Carson, who endorsed Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy on Friday, appears less than enthusiastic about that decision. And the real reason the unsuccessful GOP presidential hopeful endorsed his former rival could be a violation of federal law.
Carson told the conservative online site NewsMax TV on Monday that he backed Trump based on a practical calculus.

“I didn’t see a path for [John] Kasich, who I like, or for [Marco] Rubio, who I like. As far as [Ted] Cruz is concerned, I don’t think he’s gonna be able to draw independents and Democrats unless has has some kind of miraculous change… Is there another scenario that I would have preferred? Yes. But that scenario isn’t available.” Pressed to clarify, Carson said he meant he’d prefer to have backed one of the other candidates.

Carson then said that Trump had promised him a role in his administration, "certainly in an advisory capacity." Asked by NewsMax's Steve Malzberg whether this meant a cabinet position, Carson declined to "reveal any details about it right now, because all of this is still very liquid."

Federal law expressly prohibits candidates from directly or indirectly promising "the appointment of any person to any public or private position or employment, for the purpose of procuring support in his candidacy." The penalty for violations could include fines or a year in jail -- two years if the violation was willful.

Trump is like Rod Blagojevich the former Illinois governor who went to prison for trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat.  tRump will sell his soul.

Want some cheese with that whine Bristol?




From Radar Online

Bristol Palin‘s custody war is getting nasty! Her bitter texts with her ex, Dakota Meyer, have been revealed in new court documents and RadarOnline.com has all the details.

As Radar has reported, Palin, 25, and Meyer are locked in a nasty custody battle over their daughter Sailor, born on December 23. The court recently set an interim order allowing Meyer joint custody and visits in Alaska, but Palin hit back with her own motion asking them to reconsider.

Right out of the gate, Palin’s attorneys state, “The visitation schedule proposed by [Meyer] is different from the schedule previously agreed to by the parties, and the first time Ms. Palin saw this proposed schedule is when” she saw Meyer had filed it with the court.

Meyer’s proposed plan to visit his daughter places “undue burden and hardship on Ms. Palin and her family,” the documents claim. He asked to meet her in Anchorage at 7:30 a.m. on the days he has his daughter, but Palin complained she’d have to “leave her home in Wasilla by 6:00 a.m.” to get there. She also claimed that his proposed drop-off time of 6 p.m. was “unreasonably late.”

One issue complicating matters, Palin claims, is that her job is very unpredictable. Palin says she works beginning at 9 am., but “Ms. Palin may not work at all on days when her employer cancels or does not have appointments for the day. Changes to Ms. Palin’s work schedule may occur as late as that morning.”

In addition, she noted that Meyers’s proposed schedule would mean she’d spend Mother’s Day without Sailor.

Palin submitted to the court text message between her and Meyer that show just how tense their relationship has become because of these custody issues.

In the messages, obtained by Radar, she repeatedly badgers Meyer to settle visitation dates with her, as he refers her to his attorney and the court.

“I’m not fighting with you,” Palin insists, but can’t totally restrain her emotions. Told that Meyer filed a proposed schedule with the court, she resounded “That’s news to me…Why can’t you send me the dates directly.”

“I am busy with work and two kids, I’m not fully up to date on emails,” she rants. “Like I told you months ago, it’s easiest to connect with me directly, so I know what’s going on. Not legal documents that have tons of attachments. … I have to get up everyday at 4:30.”

WAH WAH WAH!

Well Bristol's whining didn't stop Dakota from seeing Sailor after all.  See yesterday's post.

Bristol you sound really ridiculous there.  And a judge is not going to buy that.  You haven't worked since you had Tripp, and no reality shows, book tours, and hanging out at Dr Jack Me Hoff's office does not count.

Just admit Dakota did not father Sailor and be done with it.  We all know he didn't anyway.


And on top of that quit using Trig has a human shield OK?

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Dakota Meyer and Sailor Palin finally meet



From Daily Mail

The new father had brought along an older woman, believed to be his aunt Cindy Meyer, to help on the first trip.

They flew into Anchorage at the end of last week and checked into a comfortable, downtown hotel.

One hotel guest told Daily Mail Online he had seen Dakota carefully cradling his little girl in his arms by the lobby's fountain.

'He appeared to be trying to get the baby to sleep to the sound of the water,' the onlooker said.

'I smiled at him as I came out of the elevator and he asked me, "Is she asleep?" It was a really sweet scene.'

Dakota appeared to have brought his own car seat and diaper bag for Sailor, and rented a pick-up truck to drive her to and from her mother's new home in Wasilla, an hour north of Anchorage.

Custody papers filed earlier this month detailed specific pick-up and drop-off points for Bristol and Dakota to adhere to during the visits from Saturday until Tuesday.

Over the weekend, Dakota made the two-hour round trip to Wasilla twice each day in heavy snowfall to collect and drop off his daughter.

On Saturday, Bristol, 25, was left with time to herself after her seven-year-old son Tripp, from her relationship with ex-fiancรฉ Levi Johnston, was also taken out for the day.

It has been a stressful week for the Palin family after patriarch Todd Palin was seriously injured in a snowmobile crash on March 13.

He is currently in intensive care at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center where he has been on a ventilator following surgery to repair 14 fractured ribs and a collapsed lung.

But the family appeared to be in good spirits on Saturday as they celebrated Piper Palin's 15th birthday.

Bristol posted a picture of her youngest sister holding a vase of tulips with herself and sister Willow in the family's back yard during a heavy snowfall.

'Happy birthday Piper, we love you so much!!' Bristol wrote alongside the snap.

Sarah Palin also took to her Facebook page that day to wish her daughter a happy birthday.

'Happy, Happy Birthday Piper Indi Grace Palin! We [love] you more than life itself!' she wrote. 'Thank you for the joy you bring to our home. You really are the best. God blessed you with this gorgeous fresh snow today - all for you.'

The former Alaskan governor had been in Florida campaigning for Donald Trump when she learned of Todd's accident.

She cancelled one appearance but spoke at a town hall on Trump's behalf last Monday before flying back to Alaska to be with her husband.

After the birthday snaps were taken, Bristol and Willow went to a busy vintage market at the Alaska State Fair on Saturday afternoon.

The sisters and a male friend spent less than an hour inside perusing the stalls of reclaimed furniture, clothes and beauty products.

They then picked up balloons and a cake at a store before dropping them off at a Mexican restaurant, presumably ahead of celebrations for their teenage sibling on Saturday night.

Bristol welcomed Sailor home at 6pm on Saturday and Sunday after she had spent the day with her father.

During one drop off, Bristol's son Tripp was left to answer the door to Dakota and his aunt.

Dakota brought baby Sailor inside and less than five minutes later, left with the empty car seat.

There appeared to be minimal interaction between the former couple who called off their wedding last May after Bristol learned that Dakota had been married before.

Neither Bristol nor Dakota, both avid social media users, have commented on the visit.

Instead, on Sunday, Dakota shared an inspirational quote to his Instagram: 'Do things that feed your soul, not your ego and you will be happy.'

An Alaska Superior Court Judge ruled earlier this month that Bristol and Dakota must share both legal and physical custody of the child.

Judge Herman G. Walker Jr. decided that it was in the best interests of Sailor Grace, born last December, to remain in Alaska for the time being.

Dakota, who runs his own construction business, will return to Alaska for his next visit in April after the judge gave him custody twice a month.

'The mother objects to overnight visitation because the child is currently breastfeeding nightly,' said the Judge.

'However the court finds it in the best interests of the child that overnight visitation [with the father] occur. Mother is to provide father with an adequate supply of milk or formula for overnight visitation.'

Dakota's overnight visits with his daughter will begin in May.

The battle over Sailor began even before the baby was born last December 23.

As they tried to hash out a schedule whereby Dakota could come to visit his daughter, Bristol claimed her ex-fiancรฉ couldn't spend more than four hours a day with Sailor because of her rigorous breastfeeding schedule.

He fired back - with an explosive text message from Bristol herself - that revealed Sailor is only being breastfed at night.

Court documents obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Online showed the Medal of Honor recipient asked the court to order full day visits, not overnights, to be mindful of Bristol's breastfeeding.

Bristol was initially fine with that arrangement as seen in a text message exchange but the court papers state she changed her mind after Dakota told her he wanted limited time in Bristol's company.

Dakota's attorney argued that since Sailor is already used to being in the company of a babysitter for eight to ten hours a day - she should be fine in her father's company for that long as well.

Meyer wanted a court ruling over visitation because he feared he may make the long journey to Alaska and then have Bristol change her mind 'if she gets upset with him'.

Furthermore, Dakota shared a text in which Bristol stated: 'didn't think about her when I called off the wedding, and I didn't think about her when I left.'

The papers then state: 'Her decision to move back to Alaska, a decision in which Mr. Meyer had no say, is why there is a need for something other than a traditional visitation schedule.

'She must now accommodate visitation between Mr. Meyer and Sailor and the fact that the visitation may inconvenience her or occur on weekends is simply a direct consequence of her own decisions.'

Following a court order Dakota completed a parenting course, something he points out Bristol has not yet completed, and has received certification for infant CPR.

The two have been in an increasingly bitter custody battle over baby Sailor.

A first series of text messages obtained by Daily Mail Online last month showed an emotional exchange in which Palin told her baby's father, 'I want you to be a part of her life, from the bottom of my heart I do.'

But Bristol also wanted to make sure Dakota did not interfere with her breastfeeding schedule.

She told him: 'There's nothing on my end holding you back Dakota.'

She continued: 'I want you (and your family) to be in her life as much as possible. It's not about us, and I don't care if you hate me, put it aside and put her first.

'She grows everyday and everyday I literally just think about how much you're missing by not seeing her, so realize I'm not bs'ing you…'

Dakota responded: 'I don't hate you Bristol I have no reason too [sic] but my hands are tied when I legally have no right to a child that is mine.'

Bristol recently settled another long-running legal battle with Levi Johnston, the father of her son Tripp, seven years after his birth.

Levi announced the news on Facebook, writing: 'I'm so happy to have my son in my life, and to put all of this back and forth in the courts behind me.

'It might have taken me 7 years and cost me around $100,000 in lawyer fees spread out among three different lawyers, as well as a lot of patience, but it was all worth it.

'I'm happy now to be successfully co-parenting.'

Bristol has yet to reach a final agreement with her youngest child's father and, in the past, has rejected Dakota's bid for joint physical custody as 'impracticable' given that he lives in Kentucky and she lives in Alaska.

Instead she has asked that she receive a 'decree for primary physical custody,' with visitation adjusted consistent with the child's age and Dakota's out-of-state residence.

She has also asked for interim and permanent child support and that Dakota pay Sailor's delivery and medical expenses.

Dakota, the youngest person ever to be awarded the Medal of Honor, met Bristol in May 2014 during Sarah Palin's Sportsman Channel show, Amazing America.

The pair got engaged during a Rascal Flatt's concert in Las Vegas in early 2015, planning a wedding in his native Kentucky over Memorial Day weekend.

But less than a week before the ceremony, Bristol announced the wedding was off when it emerged that Dakota had failed to tell her he had been married before.

Instead of tying the knot, Bristol set off on an RV trip in Alaska with a friend who was an exotic model.

A month later she announced her pregnancy, though she initially refused to say whether Dakota was the father.

She admitted that her second out-of-wedlock pregnancy was, 'a huge disappointment to my family.'

'I do not want any lectures,' she said, 'and I do not want any sympathy.

'Everyone knows I wanted more kids, to have a bigger family. Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself. Things didn't go as planned, but life keeps going on.'

Here is Aunt Cindy with her "grand niece"


Bristol, Willow, and Willow's latest fuck buddy er boyfriend:



If Dakota has half a brain he would have gotten a DNA test while Sailor was in his care.

Sarah Palin YOU and BRISTOL are just like Daesh, grotesque and cowardly


First Butthole Bristol uses Trig as a human shield

In honor of World Down Syndrome Day, Bristol Palin shared a cute photo of her brother Trig. 

"World Down Syndrome Day!! I don't know how our family got so lucky to have this handsome boy," Palin, 25, wrote on Instagram. "Light of our lives without a doubt." 

However, one fan soured the comment section by criticizing the 7-year-old, who can be seen wearing Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" beanie in the photo. 


"Yep that's Trump's target demographic," the fan wrote, which prompted Bristol to lash back in response. 

"I wish I knew who you were, hope you don't happen to be a nurse with any child with Down syndrome. You are pathetic," the protective older sister wrote.

Shame on you Bristol for using your son as a human shield, you throw shit out there then hide behind him when someone criticizes you.  Bleh.

Now on to Sarah's Fecebook page:

Prayers and condolences for victims of the evil atrocities today at the hands of, yet again, Islamic terrorists in Belgium and Turkey.

These grotesque animals are unfit for life in any civilization. In reading a news update from Pastor Kim Clement, it sounds like innocent Americans and Israelis were also slaughtered in the name of a twisted, demonic-inspired death cult. But with deep faith, Kim goes on to assure us, "Those who are with us are far greater than those who are against us." Kim calls for unity in prayer and aggressive opposition to any complacency in strategizing against ISIS.

Another pastor has encouraging words today in this op-ed. Please, please take the time to read it. Consider that America is in the midst of an eye-opening, unconventional Presidential election that is confusing some, but is necessarily shifting and sifting people and situations away from political and media deception so voters may see clearly what is at stake.

I read it with a confirming unction that we're right in choosing what I call the Golden Wrecking Ball.
It's an interesting take by a Christian pastor regarding Donald Trump's winning ways. Our candidate IS the wrecking ball needed in Washington because America has the most amazing, secure, prosperous future once corruption, apathy, and the "fundamental transformation of America" are finally stopped by a leader who wants us to make America great again. Trump knows it's now or never, and we've no time for politics as usual.

Trump knows that millions of people want to kill America, "...they're armed to the teeth and are getting more sophisticated and deadly every day," you'll read in Pastor Rick Joyner's piece.
Patriots, we deserve better than crony capitalists (every one of the "ambitious" ones who've participated in causing the governmental problems they all of a sudden, insultingly, claim they'll fix!) in office today who have had every opportunity - but still refuse - to

*protect our borders,
*prioritize budgets to rebuild our military,
*quit raising the debt ceiling,
*demand free and fair trade deals putting American jobs first instead of fast tracking Obama's blundered deals,
*commit to appointing Constitutionalists to the bench, and
*get government off our back.

I differ with Pastor Joyner's assessment of the VP slot because I'm a "The-Status-Quo-Has-Got-To-Go"- kinda' commonsense conservative, and we need Senators to FIGHT for us from their present Senate seats... but tell me what you think!
https://www.morningstarministries.org/…/pro…/2016/trump-one…

You use a world tragedy to cheerlead for Donald Trump and attack President Obama.  You are lower than scum.  You are Daesh, grotesque and disgusting.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Another Republican whining



From HuffPo

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), having dropped out of the presidential race after a campaign that could best be described as “existent,” has begun the soul-searching phase of his post-campaign life. He’s also ended the soul-searching phase of his post-campaign life, having definitively identified the real source of all his problems: the media.

According to the Twin Cities Pioneer Press — which reps one of the only parts of the country that seemed to manifest a genuine enthusiasm for Rubio — the Florida senator had a sort of after-action meeting with his “Minnesota supporters” where he explained it was the political press that did him in.

Oh man, yeah. When you lose that media narrative, dude, it can be devastating. Although this doesn’t entirely explain how Trump repeatedly beat Rubio amid a “media narrative” that’s pretty much accurately painted the front-runner as a violence-stoking bigot.

Here’s the funny thing: Last time I checked — which was Tuesday — the media was actually Marco Rubio’s most avid booster, treating multiple second-, third- and fifth-place finishes as portents of some certain future success. Again and again, when Rubio failed to win a primary contest, the media would come up with some crazy rationale to consider him the “real winner” — a tendency that was documented in full by The Huffington Post’s Nick Baumann, in a tongue-in-cheek post titled “Marco Rubio Was The Real Winner Of The New Hampshire Primary.”

And when the Rubio campaign went out of its way to engineer a better narrative than the results deserved, the media would usually oblige, climbing aboard Rubio’s crazy fantasy ride in much the same way you’d go along with your kid’s insistence that a cardboard box was really a time machine.

So it’s pretty weird that Rubio is mad at the media, but it seems like his mind is made up. Just look at the way he’s now assessing the quality of his post-Super Tuesday coverage, per the Pioneer Press:

He said he “saw the bottom fall out of our support” after the March 1 elections, when Rubio won Minnesota but lost everywhere else.

“The media kind of just said, ‘Marco Rubio had a terrible night, and it looks like the strongest anti-Trump alternative is Ted Cruz,’” Rubio said.
Of course, there was a pretty good reason why the media “kind of just said” that Rubio had a “terrible night” on Super Tuesday: He literally had a terrible night on Super Tuesday. In fact, if the media only kind of just said Rubio had a bad outcome that night, it was actually being quite nice to him.

There’s really no way to put a positive spin on what happened that night. Rubio lost nine states outright, and many of those losses were especially bad ones in which he failed to clear some pretty low voter thresholds that would have allowed him to claim some delegates and keep chunking along behind Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Prior to Super Tuesday, the media had gone out of its way to spin gold out of Rubio’s distinctly straw-like numbers, but at a certain point it just becomes impossible. 

Of course, in some instances, it was hard to shine a positive light on the Rubio campaign before the Super Tuesday primary. At the GOP debate before the crucial New Hampshire primary, Rubio blew a gasket onstage, repeating a canned zinger (“Let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn’t know what he’s doing, he knows exactly what he’s doing”) over and over again until it couldn’t not be noticed. It was certainly difficult to ignore the way New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie filleted Rubio on live television for this strained talking-point ostinato. 

So, yes, the media had a bit of a heyday with that, and it wouldn’t be crazy to suggest that it cost Rubio dearly in the ensuing New Hampshire primary. But what could he have done about that, other than to have not provided the fodder in the first place? The sad truth is that Rubio did that to himself. Or, to put it in a way that Rubio might understand: Rubio did that to himself, Rubio did that to himself, Rubio did that to himself, Rubio did that to himself.

Rubio is not the only GOP candidate who’s decided the media is working against their interests in the primary. On the March 6 edition of “Face the Nation,” Cruz intimated that the media was “sitting on bombshells” about Trump, and delaying the deployment of said bombshells until they could only benefit the eventual Democratic nominee:

“I think an awful lot of reporters — I can’t tell you how many media outlets I hear, you know, have this great exposรฉ on Donald, on different aspects of his business dealings or his past, but they said, ‘You know what? We’re going to hold it to June or July,’” Cruz said on CBS’s “Face The Nation” Sunday.

This has become one of Cruz’s go-to stump speech lines, meaning that this is possibly just a bit he does to keep his supporters passionate and engaged. The reality is that there are probably a lot of media outlets — including a ton of specifically conservative media outlets — that would be very grateful for Cruz to share what he knows of these bombshells.

Heck, it’s not even confined to conservative outlets. Gawker’s Sam Biddle reacted to Cruz’s contention thusly: “So, about a bombshell: Please email it to me. I’ll publish it today, Ted. That’s my promise to you, Ted Cruz: give me a bombshell (or even an old grenade, something, any kind of explosive device, any ordnance will do, PLEASE man) and I will let loose ASAP.”

Indeed, there would actually probably be a robust competition for Trump bombshells, so I couldn’t tell you why Cruz is waiting. (DM me on Twitter with your Trump scoops, buddy!)

Nevertheless, Cruz definitely has a slam-dunk case to make against the media: It’s made a habit of downplaying his electoral victories in favor of emphasizing Rubio’s. The only difference is that Cruz’s victories have actually been, you know, victories. Perhaps Cruz would have come to be widely known as the dynamic anti-Trump candidate if Rubio hadn’t gotten weeks and weeks of credit for being that guy instead. 

As for Rubio, the story is that he might take a break from electoral politics, which means he’ll likely begin his ascent into the lucrative, latter-day career choices that await politicians when they decide to depart their elected office. Somewhere out there, there’s a corporate board or lobby shop or private equity concern that’s willing to generously remunerate Rubio for having a media profile and a raft of important political connections.

I was quite surprised Marco won Minnesota, considering Minnesota went for Frothy back in 2012.

Anywhoo Marco is just a spoiled pretty boy whiner.  Thank God he will not be iu the Senate next year.  He hated that job anyway.

Fuck Daesh and the camel it rode in on



Thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Belgium today and especially the ones in Brussels

Question for Todd and Sarah Palin






Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Monday, March 21, 2016

Red Lake, MN massacre Mar 21, 2005

From Wikipedia:

The Red Lake massacre was an incident of spree killing on March 21, 2005 that occurred in two places on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Red Lake, Minnesota, United States. That morning, 16-year-old Jeffrey Weise killed his grandfather (a tribal police officer) and his grandfather's girlfriend at their home. After taking his grandfather's police weapons and vest, Weise drove his grandfather's police vehicle to Red Lake Senior High School, where he had been a student some months before.

Weise shot and killed seven people at the school, and wounded five others. The dead included an unarmed security guard at the entrance of the school, then a teacher and five students. After the police arrived, Weise exchanged gunfire with them. He was wounded and then committed suicide in a vacant classroom.


Daryl Allen Lussier, age 58, police officer and Jeff Weise's grandfather.

Michelle Leigh Sigana, age 31, Lussier's girlfriend.

Derrick Brian Brun, age 28, security guard for Red Lake High School.

Neva Jane Wynkoop-Rogers, age 62, English teacher.

Alicia White, age 15, student.

Thurlene Marie Stillday, age 15, student.

Chanelle Rosebear, age 15, student.

Chase Albert Lussier, age 16, student.

Dewayne Michael Lewis, age 15, student.

Jeffrey James Weise, age 16, student/perpetrator

Just another reason why we need better gun control in this country.

Monday Meme


Sunday, March 20, 2016

Donald Trump's obsession with Megyn Kelly is getting wierder


From NBC

Donald Trump continued to stoke his eight-month-long feud with Megyn Kelly on Saturday, calling the Fox News anchor "crazy" and "average in so many ways."

Trump went after Kelly on Friday night, urging followers to "boycott" her show and calling her "sick" and "overrated."

Trump is not one to mince words when it comes to Kelly. He previously came under fire after the first Republican debate when he said she had "blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever" when referring to the way in which she was questioning him during the debate.

That line, which referenced the way Trump has spoken in derogatory ways about women, yielded an ongoing battle that Trump is still pushing on the trail, on television and on social media.

Related: Trump Manager: 'Megyn Kelly Is Totally Obsessed With Mr. Trump'

Fox News put out a statement Friday backing Kelly and calling Trump's comments "vitriolic attacks" against the prime-time anchor.

"His extreme, sick obsession with her is beneath the dignity of a presidential candidate who wants to occupy the highest office in the land," the statement said. "Megyn is an exemplary journalist and one of the leading anchors in America — we're extremely proud of her phenomenal work and continue to fully support her throughout every day of Trump's endless barrage of crude and sexist verbal assaults."

Throughout the campaign, Trump has tweeted and retweeted multiple attacks on Kelly, including one that called her a "bimbo," though Trump pushed back on that as "different" because it was a retweet and not his own content.

The concept of the retweet has been a near constant defense for the candidate throughout his campaign.

After a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, during which he used the word "p---y," Trump defended himself by saying that repeating what a woman in the crowd had said was "like a retweet."

My only explanation for Donald's hate towards Megyn is he came on to her and she turned him down which damaged his overly sensitive ego.

In regards to Todd's "accident"


Last weekend Todd was in a snowmobile accident and ended up in ICU.

I doubt there was an accident.  These are the Palins you know.

It's all bullshit because right now Dakota is sending his and Sailor's DNA to settle once and for all who is her daddy.  The Palins need a distraction and some sympathy.  That's all.

Sarah is even using the accident to do more grifting.

No witnesses have come forward to verify that they found Todd bleeding in the snowbank.

No pictures of the wreck.

Only picture out there is this:


Hell that could have been Willow and Piper visiting Bristol in the hospital when she had Sailor.

Where is Todd?