Suffice to say, the former vice presidential candidate was not amused by her encounter with Cohen, calling him a "piece of ****". She even described what went down in the interview she walked out on. "And mocking the disabled and mocking and belittling our vets with this portrayal, in my book it's not amusing". "Thank God people are wise to Hollywood's BS & said, 'Enough'". "Mocking vets, belittling the disabled, stereotyping sufferers of mental illness, spewing disdain for America's heartland and our collective work ethic and patriotism... all rewarded in the City of Angels that fell so far". "It mocked middle class Americans, it mocked our values, it mocked the disabled".
Furious to have been duped, Palin contacted one of the world's most prestigious news organizations (The Daily Mail), and challenged Cohen, Showtime and CBS to donate all the proceeds from Who Is America? to a charity benefiting actual wounded United States military veterans. "Obviously, people like Cohen who mock not only Israel but those who support Israel and the principles upon which America is based, do not share my beliefs".
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Palin claimed that the production team from the prank show deliberately dropped her and her daughter at the wrong airport "knowing we'd miss all flights back home to Alaska".
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She responded by saying that Cohen was a 'proven liar, ' and then hit out at the letter her posted on Thursday which said that Ruddick could not serve in the armed forces because he had 'bone spurs in his testes'. "This comedian too, he mocks gays, he mocks jews".
Cohen, as Ruddick, then mocked Palin for questioning the authenticity of former President Barack Obama's birth certificate and comments she made about being able to see Russian Federation from her home in Alaska. It's to parody something that is important to an individual or an entity or group of people'.