WorldNetDaily's Garth Kant brings his fanboy tendencies -- last seen when he served as the (presumably) unpaid PR rep for Steve Stockman's joke of a run for John Cornyn's Texas Senate seat -- to a new subject in a March 16 WND article:
It’s not everyday Sarah Palin calls to chat.
So, the woman on the other end of the line cautiously asked, “I’m going to go out on a limb. Can we get your endorsement for our book?”
“Oh, yeah, absolutely. I would love to. Whatever I can do. And I’ll post it, I’ll tweet it. I’ll do whatever you need me to do. You guys are awesome!” raved Palin.
The book Palin is so eager to endorse is WND Books’ upcoming blockbuster, “What Women REALLY Want.”
It is written by WND’s Dr. Gina Loudon and her colleagues at Politichicks, Ann-Marie Murrell and Morgan Brittany.
The theme of the book, empowering strong and independent women, resonated immediately with Palin.
And the authors hope women all across America will feel the same way.
Loudon and Murrell were discussing “What Women REALLY Want” on “The Dennis Prager Show” when “Mama Grizzly” decided she had to throw her support behind the authors.
Kant wasn't done fawning over Palin:
But CPAC wasn’t entirely under the sway of the GOP establishment. They made sure to make Palin, author of “Going Rogue,” the featured, and closing, speaker.
And she did not disappoint.
As WND reported last weekend, Palin brought down the house with a speech that radiated with hope and an optimism that the dawn of a new era of conservatism is here.
She ended on a soaring high note, bringing the crowd to its feet for the umpteenth time, while declaring, “I have never been more optimistic about the future. The best is yet to come.”
Well, WND doesn't exactly bother with journalism these days, so Kant's silly, sycophantic fanboyism fits right in with that.