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Friday, January 6, 2017

Sarah Palin Apologizes To WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange


By Business Insider Jan. 04, 2016 

Sarah Palin apologized to Julian Assange on Wednesday after the WikiLeaks founder gave an interview to Fox News about hacked emails from the Democratic Party that his website released.

"To Julian Assange: I apologize," Palin wrote on Facebook. "Please watch Sean Hannity's interview with Julian Assange."



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1 comment:

  1. I love And support Sarah Palin 100%. If the democrats had a Sarah Palin on their side she would have been treated like a queen. But because she's a conservative they needed to bring her down. The sad part is the conservatives believed the media and all their smear lies about Sarah. In the end she was right all along and in my eyes a Trump victory was a victory for Sarah because he said just about everything she has ever stood for. Sarah was squeeky clean when the desperate savages of the liberal media went through her 24,000 emails. They were dying to find some juicy story that would sabotage her reputation..since they didn't find anything they had to fabricate trash and lies about her.
    On the other hand they hid all of Hillary's criminal activities and who knows what else they've probably hidden about Obama.
    Sarah is classy to apologize to Julian Assange.

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