January 20, 2016

Sarah Palin says to her son, Hey Track, maybe you can cool it for a little bit while mommy goes and rambles her support behind the least qualified candidate since McCain unleashed the likes of me? Okay, maybe not those words exactly, but the night before Sarah was flown by Trump to Ames, Iowa, to endorse the orange buffoon at another klan rally, this time with double the Teabagistan, her 26 year old son Track had some police troubles back home in Wasilla, Ak. Nobody knows if this is just S.O.P. or did it fluster her at all. Based on the ramblings of every single speech she makes, there's no way to know.

From the Wasilla Police Department's police report:

On 01/18/2016 at approximately 2204 hours, Wasilla Police responded to a residence for a disturbance. An investigation revealed Track Palin had committed a domestic violence assault on a female, interfered with her ability to report a crime of domestic violence, and possessed a firearm while intoxicated. Palin was arrested and charges of assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence), interfering with a domestic violence report, and misconduct involving weapons in the fourth degree were forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office. Palin was held without bail until arraignment.

We last visited with Track during the fabulous Drunken Palin Brawl Extravaganza, where we were introduced to a very inebriated and bellicose eldest Palin child. The hits keep on coming with this family, literally speaking of course.

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