In a deal made with a Montana production company last month, Palin has agreed to film her own reality courtroom television show pilot.

The show's production team includes a TV executive who discovered Judges Judy and Joe Brown, according to Politico. But he told NBC News that Republican star - who recently endorsed presidential contender Donald Trump - that Palin will do her best "Judge Judy", mediating and deciding cases brought before her fictional court. John McCain's running mate in 2008, Palin has been an on-air contributor to Fox News and starred in TLC's Sarah Palin's Alaska in 2010. But the source notes that the bestselling author has a variety of other qualities that make her perfectly suited to the job.

The production company, Warm Springs Productions, has several reality TV credits to its name, including History Channel's Mountain Men. If you take a look at her supporters, a whole lot of idiots, that's how many.

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Full crowds were not expected in eastern Idaho, which has a robust Republican stronghold and a high Mormon population. Ten counties east of more liberal-leaning Ada County had split into five pairs to share caucus locations Tuesday.

Palin was initially contacted by Warm Springs previous year with the premise of the show. So how can Palin act as a judge if she doesn't have any judiciary experience, or even a law degree?

Sarah Palin will preside over a new syndicated courtroom show like "Judge Judy" which could hit the air in 2017, industry insiders confirm.

Would you be interested in a "Judge Judy"-type TV show that features Sarah Palin as the judge?" And the idea pretty much sells itself: With her guileless affect and deep well of folksy sayings to draw from, Palin is the flawless person to moderate disputes among neighbors upset about whose rusted-out truck is parked on whose property. "What happens next is she'll meet with stations, make a pilot and sell it".