Hey The Seattle Times - just to rub it in 😘... here we are having a great time with Seattle greats Steve Largent and Jim Zorn, a couple of NFL heroes, all-around exemplary men, and as heavenly handsome as ever! Betcha' wish you were ME hanging with them, eh? (Well that's just unnecessarily nasty right there.)
Isn't it hilarious? As an average Joe-six-pack American woman (Snort! Sorry caught me off guard.), I still get more scrutiny over my team picks than all the lies of Hillary and Obama put together. (Hah! You wish.) Talk about "fake news."
This dingbat Seattle Times writer did ZERO homework or he'd have seen other liberal writers' false sports narratives they've written about me that have already been answered to show how foolish the libs are. Specifically, the issue of my Sea Hawker Membership that I've had for years. *sigh *
Keep up the great work, idiotic media lame-streamers. It's liberal "reporting" like this that explains why your girl Hillary got thumped. Americans are tired of the spin and attacks on conservatives while important matters like government corruption get ignored. We refused to take more of it this election cycle.
Now, here's to Kevin Scholla whose character and skill continue to be the example these liberal lapdog hacks in the news need to follow. Keep up the genuinely great work in the media, Mr. Scholla.
Holy overreaction Batman!
Hell you would think that somebody accused Palin of selling out to the Russians or something. (No, that was just her candidate for president who did that.)
Now here is the kicker.
This is the Seattle Times article that got her crusty panties all in a bunch:
Sarah Palin was spotted roaming the sidelines prior to the Seahawks’ game against the Rams on Thursday night, and she was all decked out in Seahawks gear. Is the former Alaska governor turned reality TV star turned Donald Trump surrogate a Seahawks fan? More importantly: Is this a longterm infatuation, or is Palin just another bandwagoner?
That was essentially it. Not really an attack, but more of an open ended question.
Now to be fair the article started off wondering if the closing of I-90 and I-405 was due to an escort for Palin, but they corrected themselves when they learned it was actually for the team.
But that is clearly not the part which bothered Palin.
The part that inspired her venom laced rant against essentially the entire media had only to do with the temerity of a Seattle Times reporter to question her allegiance to a team that is in a state in which she does not reside.
This Palin labeled "fake news."
THAT'S what passes for fake news in the Palin household?
Now I am having trouble deciding if I should buy her a dictionary for Christmas this year or a prescription for anti-anxiety medication?
What do you think?