Following Tuesday’s first vice presidential debate, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin asked the question no one else thought to ask.
The former vice-presidential candidate noted that Mike Pence and Tim Kaine were seated during the event, as were other male candidates in previous election cycles.
“How is it that the dudes lucked out and got chairs over the last 20 years of VP debates minus one?” Palin asked in a Facebook post on Tuesday. Palin challenged anyone looking for “a real test” to try wearing high-heels for an hour and a half as she did when she faced off against Joe Biden in 2008.
Many on social media agreed with Palin’s observation and sounded off on Twitter.
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— Talking Points Memo (@TPM) October 5, 2016
Sarah Palin Made A Pretty Good Observation About The VP Debate world is on fire and she talk about standing in heels https://t.co/nbF8CqIAJn
— Original Man (@1BLKMOUNTAIN) October 5, 2016
#Hellhasfrozenover agree w Sarah Palin – Hell must have frozen over. only VP debate 2 have candidates stand was w/ a woman in heels. really
— Leslie Ungar (@lungar) October 5, 2016
I rarely agree with Sarah Palin, but … Yep. Backwards and in high heels, people. That’s what we’re dealing with. https://t.co/xBFDdW4rjZ
— Debra Pickett (@DebPickett) October 5, 2016
Wisdom from Sarah Palin. They should have been required to debate in heels last night. I agree. https://t.co/1rvfuaYtSm
— Brian Fichthorn (@BrianFichthorn) October 5, 2016
@TPM First time I’ve ever agreed with her.
— weisacre (@weisacre) October 5, 2016
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