Witness To Palin Family Brawl Fired After Talking To ABC About The Incident
Eric Thompson witnessed the brawl over the weekend at a party in Anchorage that involved the Palin family, and now he’s been fired from his job for his interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America.” I’m going to go out on a limb here and suggest that any videos taken of the white-on-white violence will not be released.
[su_center_ad]Thompson said he was one of about 70 guests at the party and told ABC that he saw Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol punch a man at least six times who used to date his sister Willow.
“Bristol just reached back and started clocking him, she hit him — reached way back here and caught him right on the chin, I counted at least six times.”
Talking Points Memo reports that Anchorage police confirmed that members of the Palin family were present at the party and the case is still open.
“I heard Sarah Palin scream out, ‘You know who we are, don’t you?'” Thompson said. “It was just like we were on a Jerry Springer episode.”
“The police seemed to show up right after they left, asking people questions and wanting to know what’s going on,” he recalled.
Thompson lost his job because of that interview:
I just spoke to the eyewitness in the #PalinBrawl and he tells me that he’s been fired from his job because of his ABC interview.
— Elizabeth Applegate (@ApplegateTV) September 12, 2014
Watch courtesy of ABC:
Missing in action: Sarah Palin has still not addressed the incident regarding most of her family brawling in front of a home where they were guests, so much so that they were told to leave. [su_csky_ad]