Sarah Palin: Defended her views
Sarah Palin becomes vocal once again. While giving interview in a famous news channel of United States she defended herself against, what she suggested, was “obsessive partisanship” that was related to the inquiry into the firing of her ex public safety commissioner.
More news on Sarah Palin has been gathered from multiple sources. The investigation is centered on whether Palin has punished her public safety chief for refusing to fire a trooper who was going through a nasty divorce with her sister. In fact the issue has cropped up at a potentially damaging time in the political calendar.
An Alaska Senate committee summoned with a subpoena almost thirteen people last week that also includes Palin’s husband Todd. But the Republican attorney general appointed by Sarah Palin has commented that the state employees would refuse to testify unless the full Senate or legislature would compel them, thereby putting forth the threat to drag on the probe on last Election Day. An Alaska Democrat has been supervising the inquiry.
During an interview with FOX News’ Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin commented that the firing of Walt Monegan in the month of July has “nothing to do” with her former brother-in-law.
She also said that Monegan was “insubordinate” in some areas and that he “wasn’t willing” to help her in the effort of the state to rein in spending.
“I recognized that it was my responsibility, my obligation to make sure we had the right people in the right places at the right time in the cabinet to best serve Alaskans. So I asked him to transfer into another position. And he chose not to be transferred. So, he left the service”. “That’s one issue. It had nothing to do with a former brother-in-law, a state trooper who happened to be married to one of my sisters until about three years ago.” Sarah Palin herself has put forth the comment.