Sarah Palin has removed an article from her website criticizing Colin Kaepernick's $50,000 donation to Meals on Wheels ... and we're told the post is NOT in line with the former governor's beliefs.
As we previously reported, a story went up on SarahPalin.com Wednesday morning titled, "SERIOUSLY? Colin Kaepernick Just Pulled ANOTHER Political Stunt."
The article was NOT written by Palin -- but it was posted on Sarah's official Facebook page with a comment saying, "And he wonders why he can't find a job."
Now, we're told Sarah did NOT have a personal role in greenlighting the story, posting it on her site or Facebook page, or adding the additional comment.
One source familiar with the situation tells us, "This is not a view that Governor Palin holds. She has a long history of volunteering for Meals on Wheels and donating to them."
"This was an opinion by a contributor to sarahpalin.com and as has since been removed."
First off I have NEVER any evidence of Sarah Palin volunteering to help Meals on Wheels.
Secondly I am really loving the fact that Palin is being called out for having a website that she is not even smart or talented enough to maintain on her own.
Thirdly this post sounds SO MUCH like something Sarah Palin would have okayed that I am having a hard time believing she did not give it her hoofprint of approval.
Personally I think that if she had not been excoriated for this post it would still be up over at sarahpalin.com.
Anybody of a differing opinion?imagine being so racist you get mad a black athlete for donating to meals on wheels https://t.co/wIEa4RBK3s— Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) March 22, 2017