Palin Contrasts Herself with 'Elitist' Rove by Using 'Redneck' Whiteboard
Appearing on Fox News's On The Record on Friday evening, former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin contrasted herself with Republican strategist Karl Rove by holding up a "redneck version of a whiteboard" with a list of Obama administration scandals.
In reference to the "elitist tactics" of Rove, which she said includes using a dry erase board on television (the late Tim Russert famously first used one on air on election night in 2000), Palin proudly held up a large white envelope that she said had a list of scandals that are "destroying America."
On the envelope were words such as "Fast and Furious," "IRS Targets," "Benghazi," "Obamacare lies," "Perjury," "Hacking," "Rosen," and others that referred to the host of Obama administration scandals.
Palin said many of these scandals occurred in part because the "lapdog media" did not do their jobs and the "brainiac" Republican consultants did not allow Palin and other conservatives to properly vet Obama during the 2008 presidential election. Palin blistered Obama for daring to call these scandals "phony."