We’ve already written about how Frank Bailey and Democrat Party extremist Jeanne Devon fail to produce even one e-mail that Governor Palin allegedly wrote and fail to cite even one thing that she allegedly said that would support the outrageous allegation that she illegally coordinated with the Republican Governor’s Association. Bailey likewise strikes out badly when it comes to the Troopergate saga. He is unable to cite to even one e-mail allegedly written by Governor Palin that directly contradicts her sworn statements under oath regarding Troopergate.
Bailey concedes that he never had direct communication with the Governor about Troopergate and concedes that she never did tell Monegan to discharge the rogue trooper.
In other words, Bailey concedes that he has no evidence proving that Governor Palin’s statements under oath were less than truthful. Bailey essentially argues that Governor Palin is lying….because she must be lying.
Bailey adopts the strategy that the extreme left has employed with respect to the Troopergate saga. He makes it seem as if Governor Palin denied something she never denied in order to create the perception that she contradicted herself. He cites to e-mails that she allegedly wrote to Walt Monegan that show she mentioned the disgraced Trooper. Why Bailey would find these e-mails relevant is curious considering that the Governor never denied that she mentioned the disgraced trooper occasionally. Bailey is unable to produce one new piece of evidence that directly contradicts what Governor Palin has actually maintained all along: that she never placed pressure on Monegan to fire the trooper and that she did not have knowledge of the actions that her husband and some of her staff took with respect to the disgraced trooper.
The many pages that Bailey spends on Troopergate amount to nothing more than what appears to be Devon’s disagreement with the conclusion that the bi-partisan Alaska Personnel Board and Democrat Timothy Petumenos arrived at in clearing Governor Palin of any wrongdoing in this matter. The fact that Bailey is unable to produce the smoking gun e-mail from Governor Palin that proves she lied under oath was probably a great disappointment for extremists like Devon. The fact that Bailey is unable to produce even one e-mail that Governor Palin allegedly wrote to him about Monegan and the disgraced trooper is actually strong evidence that she indeed did not place pressure on Monegan to fire the trooper and that she did not have knowledge of the actions that others took with respect to the disgraced trooper.
After all, if the Governor really did put pressure on Monegan to fire the disgraced trooper and really did authorize or know about the actions that others took with respect to disgraced trooper, wouldn’t she have confided what it is that she did or knew with someone she believed she could trust? How likely is it that the Governor would not have sent even one e-mail or said one thing to a confidante like Bailey about Monegan and the disgraced trooper if she really was putting pressure on Monegan or knew about what others did regarding Monegan and the disgraced trooper?
You would think a guy whose credibility depends on the thousands of e-mails that he supposedly has from the Governor would actually be able to produce even one e-mail from the Governor that implicates her in some type of wrongdoing. The fact that he is unable to do so tells you all you need to know about his manuscript.