Sarah Palin Says She Wants to Help the Mainstream Media
ABC News’ Sheila Marikar (@SheilaYM)reports:
In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network posted online Wednesday, Sarah Palin once again called the mainstream media “irrelevant” and said she wants to help them.
“Much of the mainstream media is already becoming so irrelevant because there is not balance,” she told CBN’s David Brody. “There is not truth coming out of mainstream media. And I know that first hand. I live with it every day.”
“I want to help them,” she added. “I have a journalism degree. That is what I studied.”
Palin did not mention her most recent collaboration with the mainstream media – appearing on the cover of Newsweek and sitting down for an interview with the magazine. She praised that piece in an interview with Fox News last week.
Palin also shared her thoughts on Twitter, saying she tries to use up her 140-character allotment as often as possible because “I want that space. I want to get that thought across,” and dished on her favorite movies: “’Hoosiers,’ ‘Rudy,’ any of those underdog stories.”
She did not offer any new information about her 2012 election story.