PROOF: Trig is Not Talibunny’s Bun
Muckracking Alaska political blog – Palin’s Deception – this week revealed a photograph of the Talibunny’s tummy with a confirmed date of March 26, 2008, just 23 days before she allegedly birthed Trig Palin, her alleged fifth child, that shows no sign of pregnancy.
The controversy surrounding the true parentage of Trig Palin began swirling before the child was born, when staffers and Juneau political cognoscenti expressed surprise that Palin was pregnant when she announced the impending birth – six months into the term. A number went on record expressing no clue the governor had been pregnant, odd for a healthy strapping lady who in previous pregnancies exuded a robust maternal glow.
The Talibunny’s own tale of her natal hajira to deliver Trig, traveling from a governor’s conference in Texas, in April after her water broke, jumping on two connecting flights and a driving to a small general hospital, was questioned from the start. Most of the objections revolve around the assertion that no doctor would allow an older mom with a Downs Syndrome child to go anywhere but a hospital after her water broke.
Palin’s Deception editor, Audry, confirmed the date of the photograph through public sources. As follows:
The date is Wednesday, March 26, 2008. How do we know this? We have as the starting point that the photographer states that this is when the photo was taken. So where was Gov. Sarah Palin on that date? Quick Internet research shows us the following: An event was held at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau, for Gov. Palin to sign House Bill 259, which established the first week of March as Alaska History Week. Here’s a link from the Alaska state website discussing the event. Here’s a news video. The clothing and jewelry that Palin is wearing matches. This date is correct.
What say you, Stinquers? Has America again been duped by a grasping Republican political operative? We republish crotch shots. You decide.