Sarah Palin’s On-Air Stroke Fact Checked (Part Two) – Video

Sarah Palin may still be a cash-worthy draw for the red meat crowd anxious for nothing more than talking points. Well, in her case, barking points.

I’m not saying she’s barking because she’s a bitch. No, that would be a disrespect to female dogs everywhere, and as I have two in my own home, I’d never insult them by conflating them with such a waste of carbon as Sarah Palin.

VIEW PART-ONE of this fact-check series HERE

No, she’s barking because she drones on more than unmanned aerial death-bots and because she stands at the curb and convinces passers by to come in and drop a few bucks for no reasonable reason.

To properly fact-check her 35-minute speech would take more than 35-minutes, so we’ve regrettably had to let slide the lesser lies a normal politician would have to answer to.

This is merely the second in what may end up as a three-part series (assuming anyone watches this one to warrant a final installment.)

Watch the video now

To put it as politely as possible

• If you believe what she says, you woefully mis/un-informed.
• If you clap for what she says, you are unaware of the facts.
• If you support her books, you are paying to make the whole world dumber.
• If you gave money to her Super PAC, you literally funded her vacation.
• If you think she would make a good president, you are literally dumber than she is… and that’s quite a bold statement, but I stand by it fully.

Fact-Check Links

• Bernie Sanders opposes war, but has supported war against Palestinian Muslims
Elizabeth Warren advocates destroying ISIS
Military spending has drastically increased under Obama
Soldier tired of empty “thanks”
Reagan and Bush amnesties have brought in 4-million new citizens
Only 300,000 Dreamers have citizenship because of Obama
Action is not unconstitutional
Obama has only issued TWO vetoes
USDA in every state and DOE offices scattered across the country

Author: Brian White

Brian first began peddling his humorous wares with a series of Xerox printed books in fifth grade. Since then he's published over two thousand satire and humor articles, as well as eight stage plays, a 13-episode cable sitcom and three (terrible) screenplays. He is a freelance writer by trade and an expert in the field of viral entertainment marketing. He is the author of many of the biggest hoaxes of recent years, a shameful accomplishment in which he takes exceptional pride.