Palin Schwarzenegger Affair - The former Alaska governor is at war with the former California governor over family values. Sarah Palin attacked Arnold Schwarzenegger during a television interview. She blasted him for the affair that has ruined his marriage and caused Maria Shriver to leave and hire a divorce attorney.
Schwarzenegger is now embroiled in an infidelity scandal who once mocked Palin’s claim that she could see Russia from Alaska. The former Alaska governor didn’t hold back on what she had to see about her Republican counterpart. She held no punches.
“I feel so bad for his children,” she said. “It must be quite embarrassing for them… You know, it’s an irresponsible and, really, a pretty disgusting thing that he did, pretty much denying that he had a child for ten years.” She added, “That’s how I look at it. It speaks to his character. It’s sad.”
One of Schwarzenegger’s children with his wife, their son Patrick, recently updated his @pschwarzenegger Twitter profile to read “Patrick Shriver.”
Comic book and animation collaborators working on ‘The Governator’ seem to agree with Palin. Although Arnold Schwarzenegger raved about launching his upcoming project in an Entertainment Weekly cover story just last month, the whole endeavor is now kaput.
“In light of recent events, A Squared Entertainment, POW, Stan Lee Comics and Archie Comics have halted production,” said a spokesman’s statement (via RadarOnline), released Friday. The very premise of the series and comic book was that Schwarzenegger, as a cartoon superhero, leads a “double life” as both family man and crimefighter.
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