Palin goes rogue, bans cell phones, cameras, laptops from speech
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is notoriously sensitive to media criticism. Even so, to many observers this move may seem drastic.
Hoping to keep a “low profile” on her upcoming trip to Wisconsin, the one-time GOP vice presidential candidate decided to ban all press from covering her speech. She further issued an edict against cell phones, cameras, laptops and recording devices of any kind, CNN noted.
During a radio interview, Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairman Mike Tate called the restrictions “bizarre,” especially coming from a self-described “rogue.”
A recent CNN poll found that were Palin to stage a run for the White House in 2012, just three in 10 Americans would seriously consider voting for her.