Did Sarah Palin Lie To America? Is Bristol Palin The Mother Of Trig? Professor Says ‘Yes!’

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A fascinating Sarah Style Scandal emerges as Sarah Palin faces renewed claims that she lied to the American public and tricked them into believing she was pregnant with Trig when in fact the child was her daughter’s.

An American academic, Professor Bradford Scharlott, of Northern Kentucky University has claimed that all evidence points clearly to the fact that Trig is Bristol’s child!

Rumours first emerged that Palin’s teenage daughter, Bristol, is the real mother of four-month-old Trig in 2008.   Trig, who has Down’s syndrome was born in April that year, before Palin launched her run for vice president.

After conducting a new analysis of the available evidence, Professor Bradford Scharlott of Northern Kentucky University has claimed that the conspiracy theory is likely to be true.

At the time, political bloggers pointed to the 44-year-old Alaska governor’s slim figure in photographs taken when she was supposedly seven months pregnant and the fact that she returned to work just three days after giving birth.
Since then, and in the face of vehement denials from Sarah, the rumour has persisted, although it has not been subject to rigorous scientific examination.

Of course a simple DNA test of Trig, Bristol, and Sarah would put all rumors to bed – so do it Sarah!




Comments

  1. Curious says

    Sarah Palin has threatened to sue people in the media for spreading lies or half-truths about her. The problem here is that she would have to prove the baby is hers in a court of law. I doubt any court could force her to do such a blood test. She would have to consent to it. No lawsuit if she can’t prove its a lie. So maybe the fact there are no lawsuits over this means Sarah Palin would not be victorious (meaning she lied about Trig) I wonder if this will ever be proven either way…probably not, as Sarah Palin would have to provide the proof.

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