It turns out, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's 'lamestream media' descriptive doesn't apply to just American journalists.
It applies to journalists in the United Kingdom, as well.
Palin is ripping a British tabloid for its account and evaluation of the documentary on her record as governor of Alaska, The Undefeated, USAToday.com reported. Palin accused the U.K tabloid The Daily Mail of lying and making things up.
Obviously we've seen our share of media lies, but the latest fabrications circulated take a big slice of the cake, Palin wrote on Facebook in a post headlined Media making things up.
You'd think someone would have caught those tears and rages on tape, right? Palin added.
Palin, who was Arizona U.S. Sen. John McCain's 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee, and who may (or may not) be running for president in 2012, said the emotion she showed during those moments in the film was gratitude to the filmmakers who invested their own time and money into highlighting my team's record in Alaska.
Palin then argues that there's a story there. However, it's not scandal-oriented, or rooted in a governor who failed to serve out a full term, or rooted in evaluating someone not remotely prepared to address complex foreign policy problems. Admonishing, Palin adds: You'll never find it you continue lying and carrying water for the powers that be.