Sarah Palin tells it like it is on Facebook.
Posting photos of a bloody gash on her head after she took a fall while running, Palin stepped in to the debate about Hillary Clinton’s health using her social media platform.
In a long post on her Facebook account on Sunday, the former governor of Alaska blasted the media for its double standards and hypocrisy as she went through a laundry list of reasons for their failure to call Clinton out on her lack of press conferences and campaign events.
Palin’s rant slammed the media’s treatment of the Democratic presidential nominee compared to how Sen. John McCain was treated when he was running for president in 2008.
“Leave Hillary Alone, Bullies,” Palin’s Facebook post began.
“Aww, c’mon guys, give her a break,” she wrote. “Anyone can be out of commission…. for weeks on end… whilst in the heat of battle for the highest office in the land. No press conferences for nearly a year? No scheduled campaign events for days upon days? No statements, no answers, no accountability, no problem. Layin’ low to run out the clock before November, but you’re SEXIST for noticing it.”
Her sarcastic jabs continued.
“And you’re MISOGYNIST for questioning a female’s fitness. Good thing media didn’t hound the crap out of ’08 candidate John McCain for his decades-old military medical records or I’d guess them to be hypocrites,” Palin wrote. “Leave Hillary alone! All that email-evidenced yoga, and wedding planning, and cookie-baking-grandma-duty wears you out. Believe you me.”
“Glad for Hillary’s protective media’s precedence,” Palin concluded. “The next woman running for POTUS has no need to answer to much of anything, for we’ve got weddings to plan, and Down Dogs to do, and cookies in the oven! So just leave us alone, boys.”
In another post to her Facebook page, the 52 year-old Republican who has been stumping for GOP nominee Donald Trump, minced no words on NFL star Colin Kaepernick and his decision not to stand during the National Anthem.
Palin’s opening comment, “America – let’s sack this ungrateful punk,” led some left-wing media sites like Mediaite flustered as they accused Palin of urging violence against the San Francisco 49ers quarterback.
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