CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News took live Sarah Palin‘s speech in Tuscon, Arizona today. She was appearing at a John McCain re-election event and for a few minutes we were pretty sure that either our lunch was way too spicy or we had stepped back in time two years.
An insider at another network pointed out to TVNewser — with disbelief — that FNC was the last of the three cable nets to take Palin’s remarks, a few minutes after MSNBC and CNN.
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