Sarah Palin Writing Book to Defend Christmas From the 'Politically Correct' (VIDEO)

| by Michael Allen
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Former half-term Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, returned to Fox News today after joyously leaving the cable network in January (video below).

During her appearance on Fox & Friends, Palin said “I’m writing a book about Christmas and pushing back on the politically correct who would try to take Christ out of Christmas. It's kind of a legalese how-to push back and protect the heart of Christmas. At the same time, a very festive and happy and jolly book about tradition and recipes and fun things about Christmas."

According to, when asked about Internal Revenue Service, Benghazi and National Security Agency news, Palin claimed that the "government lied and people died" in Benghazi. However, it has not been proven that anyone died because of any lies, but rather because unnamed persons in Benghazi attacked the U.S. consulate and killed four people inside.

“It’s the whole ball of wax that all leads to this revelation that government lies," Palin said. "With Benghazi though, government lied and people died. So, that’s very significant. The other issues are government lied and government spied. That’s pretty bad too.”