Former governor Sarah Palin has gone after the Associated Press accusing them of “opposition research” for fact checking her forthcoming book. “Palin blasted the AP’s fact check of her new book, ‘Going Rogue,’ which says the former governor had gone rogue with some of the facts.’ Amazingly, but not surprisingly, the AP somehow nabbed a copy of the book before it was released,’ Palin wrote on her Facebook page. ‘They’re now erroneously reporting on the book’s contents and are repeating many of the same things they spewed during the campaign and afterwards. We’ve heard 11 writers are engaged in this opposition research, er, ‘fact checking’ research!’ Palin continued. ‘Imagine that – 11 AP reporters dedicating time and resources to tearing up the book, instead of using the time and resources to ‘fact check’ what’s going on with Sheik Mohammed’s trial, Pelosi’s health care takeover costs, Hassan’s associations, etc.’
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