Saturday, March 06, 2010 4:49:52 AM · by RonDog · 111 replies · 3,419+ views
New Palin scandal: Leno might have piped in some laughter for her jokes ^ | March 6, 2010 | RonDog (and FRiends)
Skip to comments.NBC Debunks Laugh Track Lie About Palin
Posted on 03/06/2010 7:50:14 AM PST by Patriot1259
The left has become so absurd in their fear of Sarah Palin that they are now spreading rumors that NBC provided Palin with a laugh track when she did a monologue on the Tonight Show this week. How desperate and ridiculous are the left's latest attacks. So lame that even NBC is defending Palin. Yes, NBC!
NBC = Nightly Biased Coverage
Considering we had FReepers on scene, I think we debunked that before anyone.
At her speech in Columbus last night the facility staff were checking handbags etc. at the door. I hope they do that wherever she appears in public.
Considering the left lies about everything, NBC need not have bothered.
I always assume everything they report is false.
Commies are the most intolerant people on the planet. They only tolerate those they agree with politically. Watch the Black Conservatives get called every racist name under the sun including the N word. Or Palin by the National Org of Broads.
Pray for America and Gov Palin
There ratings are dropping like a led balloon because, nobody likes to be lied to. They have become totally irrelevant.
IT is good, however, that the left, thought back in power, continues to shoot itself in the foot this way.
“truchers” of course = TRUTHERS :)
See also THIS thread:
Make no mistake, NBC is defending itself.
Yes, and I think she has backup: I bet she is armed at ALL times (outside gov't buildings).
National Barack Channel.
Now we need one for ABC. How about a slight variation on yours — Always Barack Channel? LOL.
That's the FIRST place I would want to be armed!
NBC had no choice but to debunk the lies that Sarah Palin was a bust at the Tonight Show because such lies wouldn’t jibe with the massive ratings (thanks to Palin) the show received that night.
NBC’s “defense” of SP was based on economics.