Sarah Palin Channel Video of Wardrobe Malfunction Goes Viral – Watch

Updated: December 23, 2014
Sarah Palin Channel Video of Wardrobe Malfunction Goes Viral - Watch

Sarah Palin faces an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while doing a Christmas special on the Sarah Palin channel.

Sarah Palin is a former half-term Alaskan Governor who promotes great Christian values and has written two books already on the subject. She has faced a lot of attention opposing the atheists who are lawyering up against pure Christian traditions.

In a recent airing on the Sarah Palin Channel, the failed vice presidential hopeful, half term governor and Tea Party sweetheart, took some time to speak of the true spirit of Christmas, but mostly to plug her book, the 2013 yuletide tome “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas.”

Seated in front of the roaring blue flames of what looks like a gas fireplace, Palin tells her online audience how they can “protect the heart of Christmas” and not allow “just a few angry atheists with attorneys” to tell them that they can’t celebrate the birth of Christ.

And although Mama Grizzly assures fans that her book isn’t an “in your face political lecture,” she asserts that it’s a “fun book that incorporates the solution to the challenge that is a ‘war on Christmas’ that we see taking place right now.”

Palin’s solution to this seasonal quandary? Her moose chili recipe, which she brags that she’s “kinda famous for” along with daughter Willow’s rice krispie treats and blueberry pie, which in order to harvest, her family must compete with the bears to get (presumably by shooting them – hence the chili).

Sarah goes on to say that in addition to the recipes, there are “a lot of fun things that will hopefully spark inspiration in other people to allow them, no matter what faith anyone is, but allow them some Christmas joy to spread and make the holiday season a bit more joyful.”

Just don’t say “Happy Holidays.”

“Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas” can be bought on Amazon. Used paperback copies start at .60 cents.