Seems like the real reason Sarah Palin resigned has finally been revealed:
According to Alaska Report, Sarah and Todd Palin will be divorcing. According to sources, the reason for the divorce is mutiple extramarital affairs by both parties. From the report:
AlaskaReport has learned this morning that Todd Palin and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin are to divorce. Multiple sources in Wasilla and Anchorage have confirmed the news.
A National Enquirer story exposing previous affairs on both sides led to a deterioration of their marriage and the stress from that led to Palin’s resignation as governor of Alaska.
The Palins were noticeably not speaking to each other at last Sunday’s resignation speech in Fairbanks. Sarah ditched Todd (MSNBC) right after the speech and left without him. Sarah removed her wedding ring a couple of weeks ago.
Sarah has recently purchased land in Montana and is considering moving the family there. Sarah Palin is originally from Idaho.
Todd Palin told Fox News last week that he was heading back to his job in the oil fields of Alaska, yet Sarah recently signed a book deal reportedly worth $11 million.
Editor’s note: AlaskaReport was the first website to report that Sarah Palin was running for governor of Alaska and the first website to report that Sarah was picked as John McCain’s VP candidate.
The Huffington Post reports:
In addition to the divorce allegations, which state that Palin’s wedding ring, conspicuously missing from her finger recently, now resides at the bottom of an unnamed Alaskan lake, IM reports that “explosive” news in the form of a recent Levi Johnston interview with Vanity Fair, is due out in October. Also reported is that Levi Johnston’s mother Sherry Johnston, who stands accused of drug charges in Wasilla, had her sentencing moved forward from yesterday’s scheduled date to August 19. Although attorney Rex Butler stated the delay was requested to allow for specialized medical treatment plan to manage Johnston’s chronic pain from back surgery, the blogger claims the delay will allow negotiations which were not possible under the Palin administration. IM’s sources say that Palin as governor was pushing for the maximum possible sentence, and that the new Parnell administration is not.
Also according to HuffPo, Palin has been silent on the webs for five days. Pretty amazing for a woman who loves the lights, Facebook, and Twitter as much as she loves um...family values?
I’ve said this a hundred times before here and elsewhere, the entire clan, whom I affectionally call the Wasilla Hillbillies, are a NBC Thursday night Must-See Comedy that would make Earl and the gang look downright normal.