Skip to comments.Free Republic Forces Huffington Post to Pull Offensive Sarah Palin Article
Posted on 07/03/2009 5:10:14 PM PDT by kristinn
Exposure by Free Republic has forced the Huffington Post to take down an article attacking Sarah Palin over her Down Syndrome afflicted child, Trig, within ninety minutes of the offensive article being written about at Free Republic.
Clicking on the source link at the Huffington Post now brings a page devoid of the article and headline. The keywords referencing Trig remain, however the original 'Comedy news' tag has been changed to 'Home news'
The article, entitled "Palin Will Run In '12 on More Retardation Platform" was written by Huffington Post writer Erik Sean Nelson.
Link to Huffington Post page.
Link to Free Republic article exposing HuffPo (with now-disappeared article.)
Myth is a socialist.
Yeah, I saw the picture, I just don’t recognize the name. And yeah, he looks creepy for sure. And boorish.
And a recent addition (along wth Howard Dean) as a contributing member to CNBC.
Kind of tells you where what was an excellent financial news network is now coming from.
I may have forwarded the original link for the story over to a Red State blogger, too. ;-)
Yet, USA Today still has it posted.
I wonder of Zero’speople called HuffPo (ala the bogus press interview) with orders to disppear the article...
Huffingate....We report, you go-hide!
link s’il vous plait?
Zero and Satan’s other minions are terrified right now, they realize that Sarah can now go after them full time and they can no longer say that she’s ignoring Alaska.
Got the POS’s email address from another thread - sent him one. What a SOB - he makes the rest of “journalists” look professional - and THAT’S saying something. May they all rest in hell....
An unbridled Sarah is my dream. She can now be the missing GOP face debunking Obama’s socialist agenda.
LEAVE SARAH ALOOOOONE!!!!!
Do you have a link for it? I was over there and couldn’t find it.
Yea, I just emailed him also. I congratulated him on sinking the HuffPo with the WH.
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