UPDATE: These are the chapters of Sarah Palin's book (six chapters, not five):
1. The Last Frontier
2. Kitchen - Table – Politics
3. Drill, Baby, Drill
4. Going Rogue
5. The Thumpin’
6. The Way Forward
Afterwards comes an "Epiloque", and then an article called "A view from Alaska", written by Dewey Whetsell, a local Alaskan writer from Eagle River.
In the book, especially in the last chapter, she mentions Ronald Reagan over and over again (surprise!).
MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE CONTENT:
Sarah mentions that the second miscarriage happened between Willow and Piper. She doesn't mention who the doctor was when she talks about the first miscarriage, but she mentions that the doctor who dealt with the second miscarriage was Cathy-Baldwin Johnson (who also delivered Piper, as we already knew). Although she talks in great detail about the details of her first miscarriage (see below), the description of the second miscarriage is much shorter.
Words you will find numerous times in the book: "God" and "Ronald Reagan".
She overall tone of the book is very condescending, she uses bad nicknames for several people she doesn't like, she calls Andree McLeod for example "The Falafel Lady", without any explanation why she uses this obviously derogatory term!
One of our readers who has obtained a copy of "Going Rogue" has told us an explosive fact:
Sarah Palin reveals in her autobiography "Going Rogue" that she had two miscarriages in the past - one after Track and one before Piper was born!
UPDATE - WE NOW HAVE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
EDIT - I have now spoken to our source, and the source has read all the relevant parts of the book to me - therefore my report is finally CONFIRMED! I will now add more details during the next minutes.
Sarah Palin writes that before her first miscarriage she went to her doctor during her second trimester for a check-up, that the doctor couldn't hear a heartbeat and then did a sonogram. The baby was supposed to be called "Tad" and would have been born one year after Track. Sarah then had a (D&C) operation. The doctor's bill originally described the procedure as an "abortion", but it was changed to "miscarriage" via white-out correction on the bill.
(EDIT: Previously I stated that it was changed to "miscarriage" at Sarah's request, but that was an error in communication with my source, sorry. The bill arrived with the change already made, Sarah says!)
What I ask myself is: Why didn't the doctor's receptionist just write out a new bill? Such a correction on a professional bill seems very strange!
This revelation is certainly a big surprise, however, I can now disclose that Palingates already knew for several weeks of one of Sarah Palin's miscarriages.
Several weeks ago, I had a long telephone conversation with former Alaska Senator Lyda Green, in which we discussed several topics. In this conversation, Lyda Green told me as a fact that Sarah Palin had a miscarriage before Piper was born.
I hesitated to publish this explosive piece of information, because I wanted to get a second confirmation from another source - and now we have the conformation from Sarah Palin herself! I never dreamt that we would get this information from Sarah Palin!
This detail shines a completely new light on the "official" pregnancy story with Trig. How likely is it that Sarah Palin would have started her extremely risky "wild ride", an endeavour which easily could have resulted in a miscarriage - given the fact that she had two previous miscarriages?
Extremely unlikely, in my opinion!
How likely is it that her doctor would give her permission for the "wild ride" - knowing that she had two miscarriages in the past?
Even more unlikely!
This also makes Cathy Baldwin-Johnson's "medical letter" very curious indeed!
New readers can catch up on what Sarah Palin's "wild ride" is here on Ennealogic's blog - excerpt:
When she was 35 weeks pregnant (eight months) she flew from Alaska to Texas for a conference on energy. The day she was to give a keynote address (Thursday, April 17) she woke up at 4AM leaking amniotic fluid and feeling a different kind of contraction from the Braxton-Hicks she'd been experiencing. She called her doctor and said she really wanted to give her lunch-time speech, and her doctor said okay.
After the speech was over, she left the conference and boarded a flight back to Alaska without getting checked out by any local obstetrician. Her flight had a stopover in Seattle where she called her doctor again and then she continued her flight to Anchorage. Total travel time was around 10 hours. The flight attendants didn't notice she was pregnant said that the stage of her pregnancy was not apparent by observation.
On arriving, she drove past two large hospitals in Anchorage that were equipped to handle premature at-risk deliveries. An hour later she reached a small, local hospital near Wasilla that had no neo-natal intensive care facilities. Her doctor decided to induce labor, and she gave birth a few hours later (early morning Friday April 18) to a 6-pound 2-ounce premature Down syndrome infant with jaundice and a heart condition.
You can also download or listen to the wild ride in "Sarah Palin's own words" (press conference from April 22, 2008) HERE.
I am digging further into the story, and there might be some additional "explosive" details to follow in connection with her miscarriage claims.
UPDATE - Bree Palin just pointed out in the comments:
I think this interesting info is more relevant to the amnio story - anyone concerned about miscarriages would be VERY wary of having an amnio, extra wary at 13 weeks. Especially if one is having an amnio to find out info that one would not do anything about anyway. Makes no sense whatsoever.
Thanks, Bree! I fully agree that the amnio doesn't fit together with the miscarriages.
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