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CNN Weighs In On Ashley Judd/Sarah Palin Controversy

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Raise your hands if you’re totally sick of the Ashley Judd/ Sarah Palin controversy. OK, hands down…this is just gonna take a second. 

So incase you’re late to the party, Ashley Judd recently teamed up with Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund to record a PSA about Sarah Palin’s “anti-conservation agenda” and attack on wolves and bears. Essentially Palin is shamelessly promoting the aerial hunting of animals and Judd is pissed…rightly so. Well of course Palin (never one to shy away from the spotlight) released a statement calling the PSA an “audacious fundraising attempt” and accused the group of “twisting the truth.”  Later that week The View’s Elisabeth Hasselbeck compared it all to abortion and finally Larry King had Judd on his show to clear everything up. Up to speed? Right!

Well CNN recently showcased a Showbiz Tonight clip featuring a team of “experts” weighing in with their thoughts. While usually these news pundit debates feature one correspondent from each side of the issue, but both of these commentators seem to be remarkably on Palin’s side. Yikes!

Check out the video below and share your thoughts!

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