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February 10, 2011

US Weekly Publishes Palin–Aguilera Spoof as Factual

Posted by Dave Blount at February 10, 2011 3:01 PM

Some stories are too good to check — like any story that supports the liberal establishment's caricature of Sarah Palin:

Us Weekly has published what it claims are comments made by Sarah Palin, in which the former vice presidential candidate blasts Christina Aguilera's performance of the national anthem at Super Bowl XLV.
Except the over-the-top "quotes," which Us Weekly attributes to a Monday radio interview with Sean Hannity, were actually written for a satire website. …
The fake "Palin" … talks about wanting to "deport" Aguilera, because "spicy Latin princesses" shouldn't be allowed to sing at the Super Bowl.
"Unemployment is at nine percent, yet we have to suffer through a performance by a foreigner with a poor grasp of the English language," the fake "Palin" supposedly tells "Hannity" in the phony interview.

Christina Aguilera was born in Staten Island and grew up around Pittsburgh.

However badly Aguilera botched the anthem last Sunday, Us Weekly just did a hundred times worse.

Fortunately for US Weekly, its readership is too lost in a fog of moonbattery, intellectual sloth, and general cluelessness to ever know the difference.

Good thing the New York Times didn't report this. Theirs reporters might have tried to spice it up with airborne cows.


On tips from J and blue.