During an interview with an NBC affiliate station yesterday, Sarah Palin was once again asked about the role of the Vice President, this time erroneously arguing that the VP is “in charge of the United States Senate”, Think Progress reports.
“While Palin suggests that questions about what the Vice President does is something only her daughter Piper would ask, Palin herself asked this very question on national television in July. Apparently, she still hasn’t learned the correct answer.
“Article I of the Constitution establishes an exceptionally limited role for the Vice President — giving the office holder a vote only when the Senate is “equally divided”.”
Read the full report here.