Sarah Palin discusses who funded all the lawsuits against her while she was Governor of Alaska

The lawsuits basically forced her to leave office as governor. They would have taken a huge amount of her time just dealing with depositions. For those who haven't been through a deposition, 28 cases would have taken one day for the deposition and easily at least two or three days to prepare. Add to that the legal bill that Palin would have had to pay based on her governor's salary. Even without more cases being filed (and more would be filed), Palin would have gotten little else done as governor.

So who funded the lawsuits?

The National Democratic Committee used its Alaska chapter, the Alaska Democratic Party (ADP), to create a website with one stated goal: "Keep Sarah Palin Out of Public Office." To this day, the Democrats use this website to publicly seek donations for funding bogus "legal challenges involving issues related to Sarah Palin."
The ADP's "Keep Sarah Palin Out of Public Office" campaign used our own legal system to sponsor more than two dozen ethics complaints against Governor Palin. Out of the 27 complaints, 26 were dismissed!
The so-called "independent counsel" who started this investigation was an attorney from President Barack Obama's law firm.



Blogger Surly Curmudgen said...

If using the legal system to fraudulently disrupt the political process or a vote is not a serious crime it should be.

8/11/2011 11:36 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Just take a look at what the Democrats do to ANYONE whom they feel is a threat
(aka Republicans). Filing all those law suits against Palin was an indication
of just how scared they are of her.

Remember the news against Chris Christie and the "bridge problem"? Now look at
NBC pulling the Miss America pageant from Donald Trump. Today I hear that New
York City is "reviewing" some of their contracts with him.

They run scared and try to literally destroy ANYONE they perceive as a threat.

7/05/2015 8:36 AM  

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