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Sarah Palin Wanted To Pretend Bristol And Levi Johnston’s Son Was Hers

by | 2nd, September 2009

levi_johnston_vfLEVI Johnston, former almost lover to his baby mama Bristol Palin, is talking to Vanity Fair about his almost hockey mom-in-law Sarah Palin and how she wanted to pretend the child he fathered was hers.

Having made Sarah Palin a grandmother, Johnston now sticks the knife in over a five-page first-person account.

The Palins didn¹t have dinner together and they didn’t talk much as a family. Throughout the years I spent with them, when Sarah got home from her office–almost never later than five and sometimes as early as noon–she usually walked in the door, said hello, and then disappeared into her bedroom, where she would hang out. Sometimes she’d take an hour-long bath. Other times she sat on the living-room couch…watching house shows and wedding shows on TV. She always wanted things and she wanted other people to get them for her. If she wanted a movie, Bristol and I would go to the video store; if she wanted food, we’d get her something to eat, like a Crunchwrap Supreme from Taco Bell.

Oooo, he’s pulled out the Crunchwrap. That hurts.

She’d try to bribe everyone to clean the house, or give us guilt trips. She used to make Bristol feel bad by telling her that she did everything for her. This was unfair because, even before the campaign, Bristol was already the mom in the house, and she got tired of having to take care of her siblings.

Aspiring model Johnston – Vanity Fair shoots him in moody black and white as a sweetener to his pretensions – also speaks of divorce. Recently the Palins, Sarah and Todd, were embroiled in a divorce rumour. Says Johnston:

“There was a lot of talk of divorce in that house … times when Sarah and Todd would mention it and sound pretty serious.”

Johnston is 18. He was dating Bristol when he was 17. To sports jock Johnston hearing the alphabet said aloud is pretty serious.

“After the nomination, Sarah and Todd wouldn’t go anywhere together unless the cameras were out. They’re good on television, but once the cameras would leave they didn’t talk to each other. In all the time Bristol and I were together, I’ve never seen them sleep in the same bedroom…. Even during the Republican National Convention they slept in different bedrooms at opposite ends of her suite. Todd slept in the living room, on his little black recliner, with the TV going in the background—usually with the news or an Ultimate Fighting Championship match on—wearing clothes he wore that same day. [Since I used to sleep on the couch until Bristol got pregnant, I know he doesn’t snore, so that’s not why he wasn’t in bed]…. If Sarah and Todd did talk—they really don’t communicate at all—they were fighting. Todd is short-fused, and if you get him fired up, he flips out. He often got mad that Sarah wasn’t looking after the kids, and I’m sure she was mad he was riding [on his snow machine] all the time—but they really just weren’t clicking half the time.”

And the kids?

“Even before she was nominated, there wasn’t much parenting in that house,” says the man who helped turn Bristol Palin into a single mum.

“Sarah doesn’t cook, Todd doesn’t cook – the kids would do it all themselves: cook, clean, do the laundry, and get ready for school. Most of the time Bristol would help her youngest sister with her homework, and I’d barbecue chicken or steak on the grill.”

Johnston was Palin’s bitch? This is the kind of woman America should have had running the country, someone who can find a use for even the most feckless no mark. And while Levi was a-shaggin’ and a-grilling, he was also a–listenin’ to Sarah’s post-White House failure.

“Sarah was sad for a while. She walked around the house pouting. A week or two after she got back she started talking about how nice it would be to quit and write a book or do a show and make ‘triple the money.’ She would blatantly say, ‘I want to just take this money and quit being governor.'”

So says Johnston, whose fee for speaking to Vanity Fair is not revealed.

“She definitely thought she was running for president.”

But the biggest scoop is that the former governor of Alaska suggested that she and husband Todd could adopt her daughter’s baby and keep the real parentage a secret. Says Johnston:

“That way, she said, Bristol and I didn’t have to worry about anything. Sarah kept mentioning this plan. She was nagging – she wouldn’t give up. She would say, ‘So, are you gonna let me adopt him?’”

And so the conspiracy will begin. Trig Palin was really Bristol’s baby, went the narrative, and now two-wombs Sarah Palin had sniffed a way to repay the favour.

Of course, what Johnston does is do some Palin PR, preventing Sarah Plain from slipping down the radar like a piece of hairy soap down the plughole of life.

Rather than attacking Sarah Palin, Levi is supporting the family business. With Sarah Plain everyone has a use – even Levi Johnston…

Posted: 2nd, September 2009 | In: Key Posts, Politicians Comment | TrackBack | Permalink