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The Palin clan is keeping it trashy up in Alaska. According to several reports, several members of Sarah Palin family were involved in a drunken fight at a party which was sponsored by the annual Iron Dog snowmobile race.
Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Castro said that former politician turned professional Facebook rabble rouser family got into a alcohol fueled fight but no one arrested because no one wanted to press charges against those who started the brawl.
Just before midnight last Saturday reports state, “Anchorage police responded to a report of a verbal and physical altercation taking place between multiple subjects,” according to a statement released by police. “Alcohol was believed to have been a factor in the incident.”
The case is still active and an investigation is ongoing according to the police.
According to different witnesses, Palin’s son Track Palin got into a fistfight with a man who may have dated his sister, Willow. The specific reason for the attack is unknown.
The owner of the house were the party was thrown, Chris Olds, said he was struck in the face by Bristol Palin several times.
“Word is that Bristol has a particularly strong right hook, which she employed repeatedly, and it’s something to hear when Sarah screams, ‘Don’t you know who I am!’” Coyne wrote. “And it was particularly wonderful when someone in the crowd screamed back, ‘This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!’”
Sarah Palin made no reference to the drunken brawl that involved up to 20 people on her Facebook page but claimed to be traveling on the night in question and not present. It appears that she may not have been there but instead was in Texas at a church for a fundraiser making references to the “bullshit” of global warming. She also recycled old material about bibles and guns and asked when President Obama is going to condemn Muslims for their religion and guns.