If the tidbits from author Joe McGinnis upcoming book "The Rouge" is true , the Tea Bagging community and Sarah might be finished.
Also, Ms. Palin can forget about a spot on the Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) or Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), Vice-Presidential ticket. In fact, she might become good as burned toast, to the Republican party faithful, real soon.
So, what's the grand reveal? Sarah Palin, then Sarah Heath in 1987, a sports reporter for Anchorage's KTUU-TV had the grand opportunity to cover one of the most talked about college basketball players at the time, former Michigan Wolverine stand out Glen Rice. It appeared that "covered" is a nice word to describe what is alleged to have occurred next.
Various media resources, including the National Enquirer --who have cited correct facts on a number of public scandals-- is reporting that Ms. Sarah Heath engaged in a one-night interracial stand with the future NBA L.A. Lakers star, Rice.
"Sarah hooked up with the NBA great, then a 6-foot-8 junior at the University of Michigan when he was playing in a college basketball tournament in Alaska in 1987, the book says. At the time, Sarah, just out of college, was working as a sports reporter for the Anchorage TV station KTUU.
A publishing source told The ENQUIRER that McGinniss claims Sarah had a ‘fetish’ for black men at the time and he quotes a friend as saying Sarah had ‘hauled (Rice’s) ass down.”Some will say, this report is here-say. That would be true if Glen Rice didn't confirm the story. But, he has.
According to those folks at The Enquirer, Rice confirmed a relationship of the "quick" kind took place between him and Sarah (Heath) Palin, to author of the unauthorized upcoming biography on Palin, Joe McGinniss.
Sarah Palin, her Political Action Committee Sarah PAC, the Tea Party Express, her spokesperson Rebecca Mansour or anyone left in her close circle of advisers, have yet to issue a statement.
Meanwhile, ROJS News found this video of Sarah (Heath) Palin, reporting Michigan's Basketball participation in a Big-Ten semifinals on March 3, 1988, losing to Purdue 80-67.