I'm wondering though....what 'reliable source' did Sanchez use when he started spreading the viscous lie that Sarah Palin might be pregnant again?
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has just announced that she will be resigning the governorship on July 26th. The shocking decision has led to fierce speculation that she's paving the way for a run at the Presidency in 2012, but CNN's Rick Sanchez has another theory:I'm also curious if he apologized when it became obvious she was not?
There have been a couple other situations that might cause someone to feel a lot of stress. But aside from those, is there anything going on with her that perhaps may lead her to want to make this decision, and the one thing that's still left out there is, hey, could she be pregnant again.
Reporter Candy Crowley quickly answered, "Well, I certainly don't know the answer to that last thought."
Hmm, how about when he accused Fox News of bringing about the murder of three police officers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
"That weekend tragedy involves a man who allegedly shot and killed three police officers in cold blood. Why? Because he was convinced, after no doubt watching Fox News and listening to right-wing radio, that quote, 'Our rights were being infringed upon.'"Rick Sanchez might want to check himself before excoriating Fox News for the way they handle their reporting on news.
UPDATE: Oh look...here is the video right here