The article, authored by Patrick, focuses on Sarah Palin, Bristol Palin, and the rumor that Trig was the younger Palin's child. Patrick begins with an interesting twist to the story - an excerpt from a report regarding the sentencing of David Kernel. Here is a screen shot of the article Patrick cites, a Fox News article from April 30th, obtained from a PDF copy supplied by Palingates:
Patrick points out the second to last paragraph, where the Fox News articles states that Bristol was "distressed to find pictures of her newborn son in the public eye after her mother's e-mail was hacked."
Patrick goes on to write the following:
When Sarah Palin's yahoo account was illegally accessed by David Kernell on September 15, 2008, the only baby that had been born recently was - Trig.
So, if Tripp was not born at the time the pictures from the e-mails were released, then what "newborn" was the younger Palin upset about? Palingates also supplied the images from the e-mail, and both pictures depicted Bristol with Trig.Tripp, Bristol Palin's "publicly acknowledged son", was born on December 27, 2008.
Considering all the conservative "birthers" out there, I will do my best to keep this conspiracy alive until the Oracle of Wasilla releases her medical records, as she said she was going to do prior to the election in 2008 but never did. I would also like a blood test confirming who the mother of Trig is, because seeing how corrupt the Palin administration was, I wouldn't put it past Todd and Sarah to pressure some physician to falsify some information to protect their little secret.
I suggest everyone look at the information collected over at Palingates. The website can be a bit difficult to navigate because of the numerous articles and attachments regarding the former half-term governor of Alaska, but is highly worth it. The blog administrators do a superb job in backing up their arguments and their work has done plenty to make me think twice about things like Palin's "babygate."
Kevin, this is what I would expect from Mooseolini. My question is: could she see the future from her porch or did she write it on her hand?ReplyDelete
I really found this story interesting. The information presented on Palingates is plentiful, unlike conservative conspiracies!ReplyDelete
While Beck may have his chalkboards and "birthers" question Obama's birth certificate with no evidence other then scanned internet hoaxes, Palingates backs up their claims with numerous images, documents, sources, etc.
On top of all that, they look a little more deeply into their stories. Right wing conspiracies point as proof that the author personally has not been given confirmation, and since that one person has doubt, there is a possibility of what they write to be true...
Bristol giving birth to Trig is quite plausible, and considering the practice of religious parents hiding the pregnancies of their children and passing off the baby as their own, and considering the Palin's believe themselves to be religious, then I will not deny this rumor until I have been given proof...
People may also point that Palin didn't hide the second pregnancy of Bristol, and that would probably be because she was a vice-presidential nominee and in the national eye. I'm sure its a lot easier to hide things in Alaska, but when you have national media attention 24-7, trying to hide the fact that your daughter is pregnant again gets a little more difficult...ReplyDelete
You know there has to be enough pictures taken of Sarah Palin from the time she was "pregnant" with Trig right?ReplyDelete
Look at Palingates! The pictures of Palin when she was "7 months pregnant" look like regular Palin, while at the same time, Bristol put on some pounds!ReplyDelete