That something is "a news channel that really is a lot more than news," according to Palin. "Together, we'll go beyond the soundbites and cut through the media's politically correct filter." If that sounds so very American, you can find out more for $9.95 a month, or $99.95 for a year (but wait, there's more — if you sign up today, they'll throw in two bonus months ... ).
Or you can stick to these GIFs and get the idea.
"Together, let's live life vibrantly, purposefully, and boldly!" declares the website. "This is a community where we're going to be able to share ideas and discuss the issues of the day." Please note the repeated theme of togetherness — this is a group effort.
You're vibrant and purposeful, Palin tells her admirers. No, you're vibrant and purposeful, they shoot back (preferably with a personal check or money order for $99.95).
But it's not just old white people! Everyone is welcome, including other white people of varying ages:
And the guy from Duck Dynasty, an old Palin pal, who thinks "a vagina — as a man — would be more desirable than a man's anus":
A lot of hard work went into creating the content, which on launch day includes "Sally's Word of the Day" (Rectitude) — only the real Palin-heads out there know who Sally is — and a discussion titled "Obama's Addiction: OPM (Other People's Money)."
Book club, we assume, will alternate every month between the Constitution and a Dr. Seuss title:
But you will get addicted to all of this American ingenuity. Little Piper can't get enough and is constantly on her phone waiting for new Palin Channel updates:
You may be wondering, Will there be exclusive glimpses of Sarah Palin's American flag pedicure and fancy pants? The answer is an emphatic yes:
Take a minute to absorb just how rogue that is. It's going to be okay:
Clear the way for freedom, please! Patriot train coming through:
See y'all in the promise land (again, that's www.SarahPalinChannel.com):
The Sarah Palin Channel exists.
"Are you tired of the media filters? Well, I am. I always have been," says the former TLC reality star in her introductory message. "So, we're going to do something about it."