Furious Sarah Palin comes out swinging against NY Times for ‘sickening’ editorial

The New York Times may have regretted using its editorial on the Alexandria shooting to attack former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, but things just got worse for the publication.

Although the Times corrected its Wednesday editorial linking the 2011 shooting of Democrat Rep. Gabby Giffords with a debunked conspiracy theory involving Palin, the former GOP vice presidential candidate was not letting them off that easy.

Palin took to Twitter Thursday to slam the Times for its “sickening” piece, accusing the paper of showing “no improvement” in its biased coverage.

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Palin later tweeted that she was “talking to attorneys” about a possible defamation lawsuit against the Times.

Twitter users seemed to be on board and urged Palin to follow through.

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