Ho Sit Down: Sarah Palin Complains About VP Debate Moderator Martha Raddatz…”She Let Joe Biden Run Wild”

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Last night’s debate was, hands down, one of the best debates in a minute and that was mainly thanks to the moderator, Martha Raddatz, who held it down and keep each candidate in check. However, Sarah Palin disagrees (as if anyone gives a rats azz what she thinks)…

According to Politico:

Sarah Palin took vice presidential debate moderator Martha Raddatz to task for allowing Vice President Joe Biden to “run roughshod” over Paul Ryan.
“Really tough format, Sean, for someone like a Paul Ryan or anybody else up against Joe Biden, when the moderator allowed one candidate to absolutely run roughshod over the conversation, over the opponent,” Palin told Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity on Thursday night. “That’s a tough format. It reminded me…of watching a musk ox run across the tundra with somebody underfoot. In this case, when it came to style, Paul Ryan was underfoot because of the moderator allowing Biden to do interrupting, to kind of take control of the conversation.”

Palin’s comments came several days after the conservative outlet The Daily Caller ran a piece suggesting that Raddatz would not be an impartial moderator, because President Barack Obama attended her wedding to Julius Genachowski, whom the president later selected to chair the Federal Communications Commission. Raddatz and Genachowski are no longer married, and prominent conservatives, Ryan and others dismissed that story.
Hannity, in his interview with Palin, said of ABC’s Raddatz that “every time she seemed to interrupt was, well, to bail out Joe Biden and shut down Paul Ryan. But I don’t think it impacted the debate.”

Joe Biden slayed that poor little Paul Ryan last night fair and square. Sarah Palin needs to have several seats.

WENN

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