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HELEN THOMAS — DEAN OF THE WASHINGTON PRESS CORP —

Posted by PrestoPundit on 09/03/2008

doesn’t let the facts get in the way when it comes time to trash a woman of the opposition party.

Anyone who knows the first thing about Palin’s “trooopergate” knows this is an outright Helen Thomas fabrication:

“Palin .. carries a lot of unexpected baggage .. [including] a gubernatorial ethics problem for ordering a public safety commissioner to sack her ex-brother-in-law

Well, that’s an outright lie, and we know now where the modern Blue State press corp got it’s corrupt partisan ethics, from the dishonest example set right by the long-time Washington bureau chief of the UPI.  Just for the record, the Public Safety Commissioner has said repeatedly that Palin never ordered him to fire her ex-brother-in-law.

Again, Helen Thomas, dean of the Washington press corp, is simply spreading a lie she invented to take down a woman she didn’t like for ideological reasons.

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  1. mav said

    Sorry pal, it’s not a lie….

    Walt Monegan. Today (July 18th), Monegan uncovered the smoking gun. He told the media that the governor’s husband Todd Palin, along with Director of Boards and Commissions Frank Bailey and Commissioner of Administration Annette Krietzer applied persistent and heavy pressure upon him to fire Alaska State Trooper Mike Wooten, who had been the subject of numerous complaints filed by Sarah Palin before she became governor. Blogger Andrew Halcro, who’s been the lead dog on this case, saw the report on the KTUU 6:00 P.M. News Hour and posted the information HERE.http://www.andrewhalcro.com/monegan_speaks_says_todd_palin_pressured_him_to_fire_wooten

  2. Greg Ransom said

    Helen Thomas said Wooten was “ordered”. This is a lie. The that anyone has charged Palin with is “pressure”.

    Palin responded to some of what you write in August:

    >>Palin says she never asked Bailey to make the call, which she called “just wrong.” But she argued Thursday that it doesn’t mean her administration pressured Monegan.

    “If that’s pressure, then (after) years in law enforcement, how do they do their job if that’s perceived as pressure?” she said.<<

    But I don’t have time for you if you aren’t going to deal with facts.

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