Sarah Palin Explains Origin Of ‘Refudiate’

Amid the familial banter that took place on Sunday’s episode of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” the former Alaska Governor went beyond criticism of conservationists to explain the much ridiculed genesis of her faux-word, “refudiate.”Politico reports…

Amid the familial banter that took place on Sunday’s episode of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” the former Alaska Governor went beyond criticism of conservationists to explain the much ridiculed genesis of her faux-word, “refudiate.”

Politico reports on the exchange, which briefly touched on a tweet from July — since deleted — concerning plans to build an Islamic cultural center near the site of Ground Zero:

“I pressed an F instead of a P and people freaked out,” said Sarah, pointing out that her blunder was the second-most-searched word on Google trends. “Make lemonade out of lemons,” said Sarah.

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