Maker of Fawning Palin Documentary: She Can't Win Her many missteps and 'bunker mentality' will sink her in 2012: John Ziegler By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Jun 13, 2011 11:20 AM CDT 13 comments Comments Sarah Palin walks past members of the media while arriving at Trump Tower on May 31, 2011 in New York City. (Getty Images) (Newser) – Sarah Palin has zero chance of winning in 2012, says John Ziegler, the maker of the "very first pro-Sarah documentary." Writing for the Daily Caller, Ziegler explains that despite "being approached by Sarah’s husband Todd only a month ago," you won't find him working on any Palin 2012 campaign—and "I’m pretty convinced she is running." And that's bad news, because her "doing so will damage the prospects of any conservative defeating Barack Obama in 2012." Plus, writes Ziegler, "there is absolutely no way that she can be elected." And he's told her this, "more than once." Why is she unelectable? For one thing, Palin’s "entire operation is increasingly managed like a CIA field office," and a disorganized one at that. "She’s adopted a bunker mentality" and "she’s trusting the wrong people, some of whom I know are simply exploiting her," Ziegler notes. Despite his loyalty to the Palin cause, Ziegler writes, he himself has been blown off numerous times. "If Sarah Palin still is the person I thought I knew, then she will do what is best for her cause and country by sitting this one out." Read more of his play-by-play account of his experience with Palin, including a very awkward email exchange.