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Sarah Palin endorses Dr. Laura and Renee Ellmers

Conservative talk radio host Dr. Laura Shlessinger is canceling her show after an episode where she questioned a black caller about racism and used the N-word six times.

But Alaskan Gubernatorial Dropout Sarah Palin is having none of it. Palin tweeted on Wednesday: “Dr. Laura: don’t retreat. …reload!”.

Dr. Laura was not Palin’s only endorsement yesterday. She also gave a nod to congressional candidate Renee Ellmers.

Awkward.

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  1. […] pas may very well guarantee her continued presence in the media (it helps she’s already had Sarah Palin begging her to “reload”) where marginalized groups in this country can continue being told their sensitivity to the […]

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