During an appearance early Thursday morning on Fox and Friends, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin dismissed MSNBC's (former) Martin Bashir and his vile comments directed at her on air three weeks ago.
"At this point I’m used to it, that’s kind of a sad state of affairs, to have to admit that I am used to it,” Palin said, giving credit to the media for criticizing his comments.
Palin's Sarah PAC sent a letter to MSNBC two weeks ago demanding a resignation after the outlet failed to fire him. News broke yesterday that Bashir has submitted his resignation. MSNBC has refused to issue an apology on behalf of the network for Bashir's comments.
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