The mainstream media are stepping up their less-than-subtle charges of racism against 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.
Reviewing Sarah Palin’s smash bestseller, “Going Rogue” in the latest New Yorker magazine, New York Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus suggests the former Alaska governor may have a dark side of ethnic bigotry.
Tanenhaus cites the new book, “Sarah From Alaska,” co-authored by Scott Conroy, who covered Palin’s campaign last year for CBS News, and Shushannah Walshe, who covered it for Fox News. “Palin’s father, Chuck Heath,” Tanenhaus writes, told Conroy and Walshe that Palin left college in Hawaii after only a single semester because “the presence of so many Asians and Pacific Islanders made her uncomfortable.”
Here is the ambiguous quote from Heath that Tanenhaus bases his accusation on: “They were a minority type thing and it wasn’t glamorous, so she came home.”
Read More: By Theodore Kettle, Newsmax
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