Invited on Tuesday’s Today show to promote her new book, Carrie Prejean defended the latest scrutiny surrounding her as the latest example of “liberal bias in the media,” of “conservative women” being attacked. When confronted by Today co-anchor Meredith Vieira about her assertion she’s been “Palinized,” Prejean threw back “Do you think Sarah Palin has been attacked,” to which Vieira dodged the liberal bias charge simply stating: “I think Sarah Palin has certainly been criticized, absolutely, by a lot people, as have many politicians.” Prejean then slammed Vieira’s NBC colleague Keith Olbermann:
CARRIE PREJEAN: And there is a double standard out there. There is an extreme double standard that conservative women are under attack for whatever it is. I mean if Sean Hannity went out there and said some of the things that Keith Olbermann has said about me, you know, if he said anything about Sonia Sotomayor or Michelle Obama, he would be off the air. Why is there this double standard? And that’s the reason why I wrote this book.
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