Did Sarah Palin Smoke Marijuana, Snort Cocaine, Cheat On Tod, and Have A One Night Stand With Former NBA Star Glen Rice?

Sarah Palin isn't that innocent, is she?
Sarah Palin isn't that innocent, is she?

WOW! What a shocker!


An extremely anticipated biography of Sarah Palin claims the Tea Party political figure and former Republican vice presidential contender used cocaine, cannabis, had a lengthy love affair with her hubby’s business partner, had a one night fling with former NBA star Glen Rice who played for the Michigan Wolverines at the time, amongst other things.

The biography, The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin by Joe McGinniss, the controversial author, claims Sarah Palin was seen sniffing cocaine off the top of a 55-gallon drum during a snowmobiling trip with some of her buddies. The book also claims she chiefed marijuana with an instructor during her years at Mat-Su College in Alaska.

The biography, due to be released in the United States next week, quotes a Sarah Palin family acquaintance as declaring that Palin‘s hubby, Todd, also consumed cocaine and that he was “on the end of the straw plenty“.

The biography claims to authenticate claims formerly repudiated by Palin that she was in an affair for 6 months in the mid-90s with her husband’s business partner. The author writes that the relationship put significant stress on Palin‘s marriage.

Anticipation of the biography’s publication has been raised by an agreement McGinniss made with Garry Trudeau, the author of the Doonesbury comic strip, to include excerpts in the cartoon strip recited by a fictional Fox News correspondent who relocated next door to McGinniss.

Some US newspapers have decided not to run the comic which contains lines claiming “Palin isn’t comfortable in the presence of dark skinned people“. Now it seems clear… “Who’s been Nailin’ Palin!”

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