Palin family members allegedly invovled in booze-driven brawl (Video)

Palin family members allegedly invovled in booze-driven brawl (Video)

Better to hear about it from friends. Lord knows what the MSM and left blogosphere will have to say.

From the Daily Caller (via ConservativeByte):

A majority of the Palin family — Sarah, Todd, Bristol, and Track — was allegedly involved in a booze-filled brawl over the weekend in which the former vice presidential candidate reportedly screamed, “Don’t you know who I am?”

According to reports from local bloggers, the Palin crew showed up at a party in Wasilla following a day at the Iron Dog snowmobile race.

According to local blogger Amanda Coyne, witnesses at the scene said Palin’s eldest son, Track, showed up to the party in a stretch Hummer. He then confronted a man who had previously dated one of his sisters, according to Coyne and another blog called Immoral Minority.

“That led to some pushing and shoving, which escalated somehow to the family being asked to leave the premises,” Immoral Minority, reported.

“Word is that Bristol has a particularly strong right hook, which she employed repeatedly, and it’s something to hear when Sarah screams, “Don’t you know who I am!” Coyne reported.

The Daily Caller goes on to note that Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Castro said only that “alcohol was believed to have been a factor in the incident” and that “some of the Palin family members were in attendance at the party.” Insofar as the case is under active investigation, the department is not able to release a police report.

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