The former Alaska governor went on Fox News presumably to talk about the Republican National Convention, but slipped into a rambling diatribe about the rising danger coming from Islamic influences on the local Moose population. Palin reported that she had personally witnessed several Moose bending their heads in a bowing motion to the east at the same time. When an aide pointed out that the Moose were bending their necks to drink from a creek, Palin reacted angrily, shooting three of them while whistling the theme from the movie “Patton.”
“The mainstream media outlets have been working day and night to cover for them foreign influences, don’tcha know. Muslims who want to bring their Sharia Law to good Americans,” Palin told Sean Hannity. The Fox host looked taken aback at first by Palin’s remarks but rebounded nicely.
“So you are saying President Obama has recruited Moose infiltrators to help bring his dream of a socialist, fascist, Islamic, God hating, flag burning, gun grabbing, puppy eating America? It’s obvious, but the liberal media will never report it,” Hannity said.
“That’s why I love coming on your show, Sean,” Palin cooed. “That, and I love your forehead.”
“I can see Meese from my house,” Palin added. “They are planning something. When they migrate, they do it in groups. Where is the American exceptionalism? What kind of mamby-pamby Moose can’t make it on their own without joining the herd? That’s communism, Sean.
While reaction from the MSM was predictable in the questioning of Palin’s logic, that didn’t deter the half-term governor. After talking to Hannity, she went on the O’Reilly Factor the next day to snipe at the liberal media. She took issue with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow most strongly. The host of the “Rachel Maddow Show” had called Palin “bat-bleep crazy masquerading in a red dress.”
“My dress was blue, Sean, blue!”