She’s been a governor of Alaska, a vice presidential candidate and even a person who could supposedly see Russia from her porch — which is literally impossible. Now Sarah Palin is ready to add another gig to her resume: Reality TV judge.

Palin, who is no way, shape or form an actual judge, has signed on to preside over her own TV courtroom, People reports. There’s currently no network or even a show, but the plan is in the works. A source tells people, “It’s a production deal. What happens next is she’ll meet with stations, make a pilot and sell it.”

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The queen of answering every question with “You betcha'” signed a deal with production Warm Springs in February to get the show off the ground, with the help of executives that launched the likes of “Judge Judy” and “Judge Joe Brown.”

Of course, once again, it’s important to point out that Palin isn’t a judge, whereas Judy and Joe definitely were. According to People’s source, none of that matters, though. They’re counting on Palin’s “telegenic personality, wide appeal and common sense wisdom” to make the series work.

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Wide appeal is one way to look at it.

Should the series become a reality, Warm Springs is looking to launch it in fall 2017.

Posted by:Chris E. Hayner

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