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Andrew Sullivan on Trig

Andrew Sullivan walks back on Trig’s maternity:

She Looks Pregnant Here

01 Sep 2008 01:07 am
Here’s a photo that looks like it confirms Palin’s pregnancy, uploaded today, on what was the last day of the Alaska Legislature’s Session, on April 13, 2008, five days before Trig Palin was born. More here. This seems to put the kibbosh on this, although it would still be good to have official confirmation from the McCain campaign, which should be easy enough to do. Just a simple confirmation from the doctor who was present at the birth. Here’s a Times of London story on the affair. As for all the hyper-ventilation about how despicable and vile and evil it is to ask some easily verifiable questions about a central argument of the McCain-Palin campaign, read my original post a few hours ago.

No. The photo at the center of all of this garbage was “easily verifiable” as being from 2006, as all one had to do was read the caption.
The Atlantic owes the Palins an apology.

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