VIDEO: Palin greeted by local protester during taping of "reality" show

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It seems Fox News contributor Sarah Palin was in Homer, Alaska for several days taping Sarah Palin's Alaska, her TLC "reality" show.

In a moment of true "reality" the former half-term Governor of the state was greeted at the boat harbor by a 30' x 3' foot banner posted on the shop of a local businessman at the top of the boat ramp which read "Worst Governor Ever."

As Shannyn Moore writes on Huffington Post, the large sign was made by Kathleen Gustafson "a teacher married to a local commercial fisherman" who felt Palin "had let the state down by becoming a dollar-chasing celebrity and ignoring the oath of office she'd sworn."

Palin wound up approaching Gustafson to chat about the banner in a short exchange captured on camera:

Moore continues:

In what has become typical tragic irony, Sarah initially claimed to support Kathleen's First Amendment Rights. But as soon as Billy Sullivan walked toward the dock, one of Palin's entourage tore down the sign to great applause from her group.

Previously:

Network/Outlet
TLC
Person
Sarah Palin
Show/Publication
Sarah Palin's Alaska
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