Fox News Channel Scores First TV Interview with Sarah Palin Since Arizona Shooting

January 14, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Fox News has nabbed the first interview with Sarah Palin since the Tucson shooting, with Palin agreeing to appear on Monday night’s program hosted by Sean Hannity, reports the New York Times’ The Caucus blog.

The interview is scheduled to air through several commercial breaks, the story notes, adding that Palin is a paid Fox contributor. Nevertheless, Palin has been "laying low on the network in the wake of the shooting," the article says.

Palin has been at the center of the discussion over the role of overheated political rhetoric in the shootings,with her Wednesday video statement about the shootings bringing sharp criticisms from both liberals and some Republicans, the story says.

6 Comment

  1. Wow! There’s a coup. She’s on their payroll. The only news here would be if she did NOT appear on Fox first.

  2. FOX did not “score” an interview with Sarah Palin. She is paid by them to say provocative, unresearched, mindless things just like every other republican media wh*** that wants to be president.
    A “score” would constitiute any legitimate, main stream, credible, media organization having an unfiltered discussion with her.
    That is not going to happen.

  3. In other breaking news the sun has decided to set in the West this evening.

  4. This so called ‘story’ is certainly a waste of cyberspace. Of course she would only talk to Hannity, her publicist.

  5. Indeed. And appearing on Hannity is easy, since he just tells her what to say ahead of time.

  6. “A “score” would constitiute any legitimate, main stream, credible, media organization having an unfiltered discussion with her.”
    Such a media organization does not exist anywhere. ALL people, including “journalists” have biases, some are just more obvious than others. Anyone who claims the the one that THEY listen to merely shares those biases and doesn’t see them as such.

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