Sarah Palin recently used Twitter to discuss Wikileaks. The Wikileaks leak is one of the most disturbing breaches in national security in a long time. Palin took to Twitter to condemn the 'treasonous' act, which of course gained her a lot of scrutiny from her critics.
Here's a screen shot of Palin's Tweet about the deal:
Slog slammed Palin, stating that Julian Assange, the wacko behind Wikileaks is from Australia, and that Wikileaks is hosted in Sweden and therefore the Wikileaks document leak cannot be treasonous. Why? Because in order to commit treason, it has to be an act by an American against America.
Well, actually the leak IS a treasonous act. The leaked documents were given to Wikileaks by a US citizen, and therefore are really an act of Treason. Never does the governor say that Julian Assange or Wikileaks is committing treason.
This is just another example of what Palin dubbs herself as "lame stream media" putting words in her mouth. Most recently, she made a North Korea gaffe, which was blown out of proportion by major media.
Palin shot back on Facebook via her Thanksgiving address to the nation - and very classily so.
However, Sarah Palin makes a good point. Couldn't the US stop this? I mean...there's gotta be something they could do. She makes a very valid point. If she could quickly get an obscure blog to remove pages of her book from their site then why can't the US stop the Wikileaks leak?