Police release audio of Palin family drunken brawl




Anchorage police have released a series of audio tapes of interviews with Sarah Palin and much of her family, following a drunk brawl the Palins were involved at a private party in Anchorage.

It’s a long story, and honestly, it’s not worth getting into the details. All you need know is that the entire Palin family got into a drunk brawl, leaving people bloody and bruised, and oddly, in the case of a “heavily intoxicated” daughter Bristol, shoeless.

This is the family that John McCain and the entire Republican party wanted to put in the White House in 2008.

This is the woman the Republican party counts as one of their leading voices going into 2016. And let the Republicans deny how important Sarah Palin is to their party. But they chose her as their vice presidential candidate, and who’s the star of every conservative convention? Granny Palin herself.

This is what the Republican party has become, at its top and at its core: Duck Dynasty meets the Beverly Hillbillies. They’ve so pandered to the bottom that it’s all they have left.

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Meet the leading intellectual in the Republican party.

Below is some audio the police released of an interview they did with various Palins at the scene of the drunken brawl. At about 9 minutes in, you’ll hear the Palins start to freak out because the cops are letting some people leave the party:

The police also released some video of the Palins right before the fighting broke out:

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And here’s the police report:


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