What an honor to join Steve Bannon for such an in-depth interview, discussing #SweetFreedom and addressing controversies not often broached by media today. I love the Breitbart challenge – the rapid-fire format, the forcing of interviewees and audience to consider our actions’ impacts on today’s pertinent issues. The exclusive airs on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125, Saturday 3 PM and 9 PM, and Sunday 8 AM, 1 PM and 10 PM. Bannon has a way of drawing out refreshingly forthright, candid answers and opinions – and lets the audience make up its mind from there. Love it!
In what was her first live interview on her Sweet Freedom book tour, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin sat down with Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon this week for a wide-ranging one-hour interview that will air numerous times this weekend on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125
Palin’s new book, Sweet Freedom: A Devotional, hit stores this week, and she talks to Bannon during the one-hour “Breitbart News Special” about politics, culture, and family. She discusses what she is looking for in potential candidates she may endorse in 2016, her impressions of Donald Trump, why Trig was the “most blatant manifestation of answered prayer” in her life, and how the answers to today’s challenges in politics and life can be found in scripture.
Palin also comments on the radical campus activists at Missouri and Yale, why she believes today’s parents have it much tougher than parents from her generation, and whether she believes Obama has already fundamentally transformed America.
She reveals where the inspiration for the book came from, when she first found out about some of the nasty and vile vitriol that had been directed at her during the 2008 election, and what prompted her to do something that was very “un-Christian.”
Palin offers her always interesting takes on the feckless Republican leaders in Congress who still will not hold Wall Street accountable and defund Planned Parenthood, hypocritical feminists on the left who encouraged attacks on her and her children, and Planned Parenthood’s unethical selling of body parts from unborn babies.
In a riveting interview that her core supporters, political observers, and even her detractors will want to hear, Palin, in a response that may indicate how Palin intends to use her political capital going forward, also speaks to Bannon about what she thinks her purpose in life is. (read more at Breitbart)