Skip to comments.Sarah Palin and Grabby Entourage "Like Locusts" at Oscar Gift Suite (HUGE BARF ALERT)
Posted on 03/04/2010 11:38:12 AM PST by rabscuttle385
Why wouldn't Sarah Palin be at an Oscar gifting suite?
The Fox News contributor and one-time vice presidental hopeful showed up to Silver Spoon's Oscar Suite in West Hollywood yesterday, benefiting the Red Cross.
But like all politicians, Sarah and her crew were hardly gems when the cameras weren't rolling...
"They were like locusts," says one vendor at the suite, regarding Palin and her large group of hangers-on. "She showed up with like 20 people, and they immediately swarmed the place taking everything!"
S.P. was accompanied by daughter Willow, grandson Tripp and a bunch of female handlers. A source at the suite said Palin was stopping in while daughter Bristol was doing a photo shoot nearby.
We're told Palin was quite the prima donna and that she insisted the suite be opened two hours early so she could come when no looky-loos would be around.
"They told us last minute to get here superearly for [Palin]," says our rightfully annoyed source. "Then, she wouldn't let anyone take her picture or do any interviews."
(Excerpt) Read more at eonline.com ...
Sounds like she dumped a ton of money for the Red Cross.
Oh the horror, Palin controlled her enviroment.Bwhahaha.
More unbiased reporting.... sarc
It’s hard to take someone who says “looky-loos” seriously.
Earlier today we read where Sarah was gonna head up her own reality TV show.
Now this gossip site has her trolling for gifts at the Oscars.
I know this is made up trash. But still....
Sarah needs her handlers to steer her far far away from this crap.
Andrew Malcolm e-mailed us from the Left Coast to let us know what Sarah Palin has been up to in LA-LA Land. The Liberals, as with everything she does, will not be pleased: Sarah Palin stopped by the Silver Spoon Oscar Suite with daughter Willow and grandson Tripp.
Benefiting the Red Cross, the swag suite snagged the former vice presidential candidate for photo ops and gifting from beauty and luxury sponsors. At the Interior Illusions store in West Hollywood, Palin received jewels from Pascal Mouawad, watches by Skagen and Unite hair care products.
I'm told the oft-parodied politico donated all of her gift items back to the Silver Spoon for auction, as well as about $1,700 of her own cash, in support of multiple Red Cross efforts, including those in Haiti and Chile.
How dare she! Why, the nerve of That Woman!
Oh, here are the pictures of Sarah that she supposedly refused to take
WOW, look at all those photos of Sarah that are NOT there LOL..E Online should be ashamed of themselves but these are the same ass clowns that gave Levi big bucks to go on their show so not a shock
Yep, and that was posted at the LATimes of all places, even the LA Slimes has more decency then these schmucks at E Online
Congress can be gluttonous with our money,but let Sarah try to do something to help out,and of course she gets hammered by the hateful.Sheesh.
No, you had it right. This is all made up.
It’s hard to take Hollweirdos who celebrate two men marrying seriously.
Andrew Malcolm seems to be pretty fair generally.
All the ugly, old liberal hags are jealous of Sarah Palin and the liberal men fear her. That Left Coast bunch of Losers better lay off my girl, Sarah.
Check out the comments after this article.
While I commend Sarah for supporting the Red Cross.
She had no business doing so in Hollywood.
Hollywood, Vegas, San Francisco, Washington DC.... These are places anyone with political aspirations should steer clear of.
I wouldn’t be surprised if they had this hit piece already written and ready to go before Sarah even showed up.
Yes! American politicians should only visit American cities.
Oh, wait a minute ....
You know what I think. I think this is made up trash.
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