Sarah Palin launches online TV channel to 'cut through Washington's crony capitalism'
Former Alaska governor says she is "tired of media filters" as she launches subscriber-based website
Can't get enough of Sarah Palin? Well, you're in luck because the former Alaska governor has launched her own online TV channel.
In a video celebrating the launch of the Sarah Palin channel, the former Republican VP nominee criticises America's mainstream media and vows to discuss the issues that Washington "doesn't want you to hear".
"Are you tired of the media filters? Well, I am and always have been, so we're going to do something about it, " she proclaimed on Sunday.
"Together we'll go beyond the sound bites and cut through the media's politically correct filters and Washington's crony capitalism," she added.
In true Kardashian style, the Sarah Palin channel, a subscription-based website, will also show behind-the-scenes footage of the "fun that goes on in the Palin household" and her "outdoor" adventures.
A subscription will cost $9.95 (£5) a month or $99.95 (£58) a year.
Earlier this month, Ms Palin made headlines after she described America as a "battered wife" in the hands of President Barack Obama. She also criticised the president for opening America's "borders to a flood of illegal immigrants" and rewarding lawlessness.
She added: "Enough is enough of the years of abuse from this president. His unsecured border crisis is the last straw that makes the battered wife say, 'no mas' (enough in Spanish)."
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