In a recent visit to Boston's Old North Church, she spoke on Paul Revere's Great Ride as though he was warning the British that they weren't going to take away our arms! I'm pretty sure she was talking about our arms as in 'body parts,' not our firearms. She believes she's correct in her facts, even more now that Wikipedia users added false facts to back her up. Find out more after the jump.

Sarah Palin was at Boston's Old North Church when she spoke on this historical event saying:

"He warned the ... British that they weren't going to take away our arms, by, uh, ringing those bells and, uh, making sure as he's rinding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be secure and gonna be free."

She truly believes her facts are correct, and this worries me that people are truly supporting here. According to BusinessInsider.com, her supporters tried to edit the Wikipedia entry of Paul Revere's Ride, but Wikipedia's Editors were informed enough to get involved to block these attempts.

We all know, or at least should know, that Paul Revere warned the citizens by lighting lanterns, not ringing bells. Check out the atrocity that is Sarah Palin below.