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There's a "sickness and darkness" in liberal media, says Sarah Palin

By Nitsi

Washington, July 27 (ANI): Sarah Palin has taken to her Facebook page to complain about the media's 'heart of darkness' concerning a conspiracy theory about her son Trig.

Palin's complaint is linked to the release by the Daily Caller of emails exchanged between JournoList members, the vast majority of whom are openly liberal writers and commentators, discussing the theory (about which there is no evidence) that Trig's mother is actually Bristol Palin, the former Alaska governor's daughter.

"There is a sickness and darkness in today's liberal media," CBS News quoted Palin as saying on Facebook.

"It's tough to fittingly describe these numerous members of the mainstream media who actively engaged in the debate about this conspiracy back when I was first introduced as John McCain's running mate, and it's impossible to legitimize any 'prominent' media publication that continues to traffic in this bizarre narrative today," Palin wrote.

"This JournoList exchange exposes the warped nature of today's media, thus explaining why many of us are forced, in fairness to the public, to utilize other mediums to communicate until the mainstream media wakes up and begins respecting the public's intelligence and desire for truth in reporting," she added.

The JournoList discussing includes a reference to Trig as "Palin's Downs child."

Palin earlier called a Daily Caller story about JournoList an "eye-opener," adding that "It's encouraging for commonsense conservatives who are frustrated with media cover-ups and biases to see truth revealed." (ANI)

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