Thursday, March 3, 2011

Strange Thoughts That Roam Around In My Head When I Can’t Sleep




I absolutely believe, without a doubt, that Sarah Palin didn’t give birth to Trig Palin on April 18, 2008.

I am not completely certain however that she isn’t Trig’s birth mother.

Sometimes, strange thoughts enter my mind and I can picture Sarah unexpectedly pregnant in the fall of 2007. She absolutely did not want another baby. She considered abortion but was afraid she would be found out. So she starved herself, drank loads of caffeinated beverages, ran herself ragged; hoping for another miscarriage as she had suffered two previously. No such luck, though.

Then she goes into premature labor around her fifth month. CBJ delivers the baby at Alaska Regional hospital. Some of the hospital staff were aware the Governor came into the ER but never suspected she gave birth. Sarah left the hospital and the baby was moved to the NICU at Providence.

Sarah didn’t expect the baby to survive because he had a lot of problems. She didn’t visit him. She told Todd not to visit him. The only family member to bond with the tiny preemie was Bristol who was staying at her aunt’s house in Anchorage to give the rest of the clan updates on the baby’s condition.

When it became obvious that the baby was going to make it, Sarah decided to fake the pregnancy and capitalize on the fact that she hadn’t aborted a Down Syndrome baby. Of course, she didn’t know about the Down Syndrome until he was born because she didn’t have any prenatal care.

The above scenario could explain why Bristol was angry with Sarah in early 2008. She didn’t like being stationed in Anchorage.

It could explain why Sarah said Trig was born in Anchorage.

I can just picture the fake pregnancy being divulged by a rival in the 2012 election and Sarah saying, “I can prove I am Trig’s birth mother. I will take a DNA test.”

And the test proves she’s telling the truth.

When dealing with Sarah, never say never.



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