Sarah Palin News Archive
Sarah Palin's Son's Domestic Abuse Officially Blamed On Alcohol — NOT President Obama — As He Receives Treatment Instead Of Prison!
Let's hope he gets the help he needs!
If you remember from back in January, the former Governor of Alaska blamed Track Palin's arrest for domestic violence on the President himself, alleging the Commander in Chief wasn't doing enough for veterans like Track, and that's why he was arrested on DV and weapons charges.
Now, though, Track has been assessed by the courts and it turns out Obama is NOT to blame for the young Palin's domestic abuse issues — it's alcohol that's the culprit!
Track's lawyer, Kevin T. Fitzgerald, told reporters what he expects for Track as treatment will be announced later this month:
Well, it was only a matter of time before momma Sarah Palin spoke out!
On Thursday, Sarah took to Facebook to congratulate Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer on their surprise wedding. The newlyweds first announced their whirlwind reconciliation and subsequent F*CKING MARRIAGE earlier this week.
While you'd think Mrs. Palin would be a bit hesitant to publicly give the couple her best wishes since she once was not a fan of Mr. Meyer, apparently she's fine with the whole thing. We guess the former governor is used to surprises by now — the newlywed has shocked her mom before with two unplanned pregnancies, after all!
In S.P.'s gushing Facebook post, she gave her love to the happy couple while also declaring that their future is "as bright as Alaska's midnight sun".
Wow, what poetry!
Check out Sarah's full message (below)!
Friendly exes or reunited lovers?
On Tuesday, Bristol Palin's baby daddy Dakota Meyer sparked reconciliation rumors when he took to Instagram to share a particularly cozy pic (above) of himself and his
former flame. Hmm, very inneresting!
For the photo, the veteran wrote:
Twitter Sides With Azealia Banks In Her Feud With Sarah Palin — The Rapper Will NOT Be Suspended By The Social Media Giant!
Is this really the right call?!
Azealia Banks went WAY over the line in her recent feud with former Alaska governor Sarah Palin!
But now Twitter says that the feud — which was comprised of very sexually violent tweets on Banks' part — does not violate their terms of service!
With that, more pointedly, the social network is adamant that Banks will NOT be suspended or banned after her outburst.
In response to a complaint made formally about Banks' highly offensive rant, Twitter said: