Video: Feinstein used hand notes in Debate, Hand notes didn't start with Palin

Sarah Palin turns out to be using a precedent set by no other than California Senator Diane Feinstein who violated debate rules by having notes on her hand. Typical Liberal attacks from a party who invented cheat sheets in a debate no less. This from Hot Air and Fox News:

Fox News reports that the political history of writing notes on one’s hand shockingly didn’t start with Sarah Palin in 2010. Twenty years before, Dianne Feinstein used it in a televised debate — despite its rules prohibiting the use of notes. Steve Doocy points out that Palin was just giving a speech, where the use of notes is somewhat expected (via Story Balloon, The Blog Prof, and PoliJam):

Read the rest at  Hot Air

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