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Following "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson's indefinite suspension from the A&E reality series after making comments to GQ deemed homophobic and racist, Sarah Palin was quick to defend Robertson's right to free speech. The only catch? Palin actually has no idea what Robertson said.

While speaking to Fox News' "On the Record With Greta Susteren" about the Robertson backlash, Palin admitted her lack of knowledge about the situation. Susteren asked her if she thought the graphic nature of Robertson's comments -- which Susteren herself admitted to being offended by -- were out of line.

"I haven't read the article. I don't know exactly how he said it," Palin responds -- though of course she still has an opinion on the matter. "What he was doing was in response to a question about a lifestyle he disagrees with, and yet he has said over and over again he »

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