Sarah Palin Gets Million Dollar Offer from Ashley Madison To Prove She Didn't Cheat

Sarah Palin was recently offered a million dollars to take a lie detector test and prove she didn't cheat on her husband by Ashley Madison, the company whose slogan is, “Life is short, have an affair.”

Joe McGinniss recently published a book, The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin, that alleges Sarah Palin cheated on her husband Todd. In an attempt to put these allegations to rest, Ashley Madison is offering Sarah Palin and her husband one million dollars to take a lie detector test to finally end the debate. Ashley Madison's slogan is, "Life is short. Have an affair."

Noel Biderman, CEO of Ashley Madison, sent a letter to Sarah and Todd Palin to give them an opportunity to clear their names. The Palins vehemently declined allegations of infidelity. Ashley Madison offered them a unique platform to disprove the allegations made in The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin.

Ashley Madison's proposal includes an exclusive broadcast featuring the Palins' formal statement and video testimonial exclusively to their 10.8 million members worldwide. Ashley Madison offered to hire a certified polygraph examiner to administer a lie detector test to both Sarah and Todd Palin. The examiner would be restricted to asking the couple questions solely related to the allegations.

Ashley Madison would retain the right to distribute any and all video to the national press. If both Sarah Palin and Todd Palin complete and pass the polygraph test, AshleyMadison.com will issue a check to them in the amount of $1,000,000.

It seems unlikely Sarah Palin would accept this million dollar offer if there is a chance she or Todd would not pass the polygraph test. If the Palins are confident about their fidelity, this appears to be a golden opportunity to prove it to the public.

The credibility of McGinniss's book, The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin, has been questioned by many. Often the allegations mentioned in the book come from unnamed sources such as “a friend” and “one resident.” Stories in the book suggest a young Sarah Heath and Todd Palin took drugs and indicated she was a racist.

The New York Times reports the book also included a statement from a friend that “Sarah and her sisters had a fetish for black guys for awhile.” Former N.B.A. basketball player Glen Rice, who is black, was questioned by McGinniss about a possible relationship with Sarah Palin. Rice did not get into specifics and used words about Sarah Heath such as “a sweetheart” and “respectful.”

Other allegations raised in the book include Sarah Palin's public record and whether she is the mother of her youngest son, Trig. Even the condition of her toilet was mentioned. However, the allegations of cheating have elicited vehement opposition from the Palins.

As seen on Howard Stern, Maxim and TIME, the Ashley Madison website states it is, “The world's leading married dating service for discreet encounters.” Naturally, Ashley Madison would want to explore the allegations of that Sarah and Todd Palin cheated. CEO Noel Biderman is awaiting a response from the couple to see if they are willing to take a lie detector test to put these allegations to rest.

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Comments

Submitted by Georg Felis (not verified) on
*sniff* *sniff* I smell a setup. Theres no way in heck, no matter what the actual results of the pollygraph, that AM would cough up a million dollars. Even in the best of times, with the best of operators, a pollygraph is only about 75% accurate. With a mil on the line it becomes totally useless, except for a hack author frantic for even a single sale of his worthless gossip rag.

Submitted by astonerii (not verified) on
Polygraph tests are a nuanced non science. Unless the factual graph and audio/video are made public, and an unbiased examiner are used in the administration of the test, I call BS on any finding. In other words, Palin cannot possibly ever expect to be given the million dollars under any situation that they offer.

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