In an interview on Wednesday, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin shared her insight on Benghazi, the fiscal cliff and the Time magazine selection of President Obama as “Person of the Year”.
“It’s quite ironic that there’s an admittance of mistakes being made, but nobody made them?” Palin said referring to the independent report issued on the Benghazi attack. “I look forward to hearing Sec. Clinton when she does have opportunity to testify because there are so many unanswered questions.”
Palin gave “kudos” to Fox News for being the news outlet that stayed on top of the story. Interview host Greta Van Susteren noted that her colleagues met great resistance in trying to get information and were frequently excluded from briefings.
Van Susteren asked Palin’s opinion on Time’s announcement of Obama as “Person of the Year” due to his success in “forging a new majority…in order to create a more perfect union…”
“When I first heard that, the first thing that popped into my mind was what the heck has he done, really?” said Palin. “What has he done except drive us over a fiscal cliff?”
On the fiscal cliff, Palin said we have already gone over, and “now it’s time to feel the thud at the bottom of that cliff.”
See the entire interview here:
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