There are some websites claiming this did not happen, but according to the comedian it did:
“I’ve never in a million years apologized for anything I’ve said,” C.K. told Howard Stern in a recent interview. But this time, he said, “Something came over me emotionally.” Palin was the one who approached C.K. to tell him she thought he was funny — and that’s when he decided to say sorry for the Twitter rant.
Speaking of apologizing, when will Palin apologize for this?
Yeah nothing racist about that.
Now in the second part of this video Meyers asks her about Donald Trump.
Here was her response courtesy of Salon:
Meyers asked why Palin thought Trump has taken off in the last six months since Palin made a joke about how much Lorne Michaels would pay her to run for president again, particularly if Trump was her VP nom.
Her answer: “Because he’s not a politician, thank the Lord.”
Meyers was quick to remind Palin “you were a politician … not only were you mayor, you were governor. Yet, you don’t think experience is important?”
Yeah, you know Palin seems to have a little cognitive dissonance around the fact that not only was she a politician, she also worked with Democrats in Alaska, and ran for VP on the Republican ticket, before she decided that Washington sucked, Democrats are the devil, and everybody holding office is corrupt.
In this next clip Palin, a former governor, makes ignorant statements about the Syrian refugees that Seth Meyers, a comedian, has to correct.
This courtesy of Raw Story:
The former half-term governor of Alaska and failed vice presidential candidate defended U.S. governors who have said they would refuse to accept any immigrants fleeing Syria’s brutal civil war after Islamic State militants killed 129 people in Paris.
“Their message is not, we don’t want Syrian refugees,” Palin said. “Their message is, what is the vetting process? How do we know that these are the innocents who are coming over and actually needing aid, and they’re not the bad guys infiltrating under the guise of refugee? And they want a vetting process, because we don’t have that from the top, we don’t have that at the federal level.”
Meyers, the host of NBC’s “Late Night,” told Palin there was a vetting process — and he quickly sketched out how it works.
“In order for any refugees to come in, it is, like, an 18- to 24-month process for them to get through,” Meyer said. “It starts at the UN, and then it comes through multiple government agencies here in the states. Is it maybe just that, at the core, I think there’s just a lack of trust across the board of the federal government? Do you think that’s what these governors are really saying, that ultimately anything the federal government tells them, they don’t trust?”
Palin of course quickly states that she does NOT trust the federal government and suggests that neither should Seth.
Which then led Seth to suggest that what the Republicans were doing was fear mongering, and to point out that the majority of the people trying to come to this country are doing it so that they can enjoy the same freedoms that he and Sarah Palin enjoy.
Palin actually had to agree that he was probably right about that.
I know a lot of people were disappointed that Seth Meyers had Palin on the show, but I thought he did a pretty good job, and as usual she looked like an enormous idiot.
Oh, and there was apparently NO talk about her book. So all Palin had to sell last night was stupidity.