Howard Books has confirmed that former aide Frank Bailey is writing a tell-all book about the marriage and political life of Sarah Palin. Called “Blind Allegiance,” the book is described as a “chilling expose” about the politician’s troubled marriage and unethical behavior.
Supporters of the former Alaska governor are calling Bailey a disgruntled turn-coat who is only looking to harm his former boss. But the former aide insists he has proof in over 60,000 emails to back up the claims in his book!
The accusations in the Sarah Palin tell-all book? First, Bailey says the former VP candidate told him that she and Todd barely speak.
“We’re not like normal couples, Frank. We don’t talk,” she reportedly said.
Big deal right? But more substancial than that, according to Bailey, she forged letters to local newspapers during her governorship praising herself. The letters were supposed to be from avid supporters. In one she said “’It’s clear Sarah is committed to just doing the right thing, even if her Republican Party bosses try to punish her for it.” If that allegation is true, it’s certainly embarrassing, if not damaging. Bailey says he has an email from Palin beginning, amazingly, “I feel like we’re the last of the innocents,” which then goes on to say,
“Good idea about the letters to the editor. Guys—let’s remember to tell people that when they offer to help but don’t know what to do. They can loan us their names for a letter, and they have to be ready to confirm that they authored the letter when all those various newspapers call them for confirmation.”
Not looking very innocent there! “Blind Allegiance” will hit shelves on May 24, just weeks before another much anticipated book on Palin, titled “The Rogue” is released. What do you think of the Sarah Palin tell-all book? Is this just another disgruntled employee getting retribution? Or is this a real insight into the former Governor’s life? We’ll probably never know. Let me know what you think in the comment section!
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