Sarah Palin returned to Fox News as a paid analyst today, appearing on Fox and Friends with Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade and Megyn Kelly sitting in for Gretchen Carlson. A clip is shown of CBS ‘correspondent’ Elizabeth Palmer commenting on the Iranian presidential election, while showing voters dropping ballots in a box. Something in that clip prompted Palmer to say the voters were like the Tea Party in America because they want “reform.” The voters want freedom and attorney, Hassan Rowhani is pegged as the most centrist candidate available to them. As most conservatives do, Palin recognizes BS when she hears it.
“A reform-minded president has been elected, but he still has to survive in a system that existed before the election,” said Geneive Abdo, a fellow at the Stimson Center and Middle East scholar.
Rowhani has been widely characterized as a mild-mannered and moderate counterpoint to outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but the international community may not get a complete picture of the president-elect until after he takes office in early August.
“Democracy” inside Iran is not possible with removing the Ayatollahs, and even if that were to happen, the country will always be ruled by Muslim men, so there it is. To have peace and quality-of-life, a Muslim must permanently leave Islam and the countries devoted to it.
Michelle Malkin is on with Megyn Kelly this minute saying CBS News took the News out of CBS years ago.