Monday, August 10, 2015

Gov.Palin Again Defends Trump: "Hypocritical "Trumped Up" Outrage"

From C4P

Rocks and glass houses don’t go together when you’re playing PC gotcha games, so please spare us the holier than thou routine. Read Bristol’s post on how hypocritical this “trumped up” outrage is:…/the-new-gop-outrage-industry-less…/
Sarah Palin
Governor Palin shared a link to Bristol"s post on Patheos:  

The New GOP “Outrage Industry:” Lessons in Decency from Erick Erickson and Fox News

08-10-15_Sarah_Palin_Hypocritical_Trumped_Up_OutrageIt’s official. I used to use this blog to point out how liberals use the “outrage industry” to manipulate people and keep their power. Now Republicans are just as bad.

By now you’ve undoubtedly heard that there’s a guy named Erick Erickson, of RedState, who disinvited Donald Trump from a gathering  of conservatives because, as he put it, “there are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross.

Decency is one of those lines.”
Want to learn some “lessons in sexual and political decency” from Erickson?  Here are three:
1.  Erickson’s RedState once used a demeaning fake photo (wearing a revealing shirt with Santa Claus) of my Mom for an attack article on her.  Erickson refused to take it down even after he was made aware that it was photoshopped.

2.  He once called Supreme Court justice David Souter “the only goat f****** child molester to ever serve on the Supreme Court.”
We only have so many opportunities to hear from the fifty million candidates who are apparently running for President.  And we get the Fox moderators asking questions that the New York Times applauds? 

Please.  Let’s don’t use the Democratic “war on women” talking points when we have ISIS to worry about.

Mark Levin said the debates were an “embarrassment as far as I’m concerned… while the New York Times and CNN praised the event, I considered it an exploitation of the process, which is supposed to inform the American people.

Not gotcha questions, not gossip… I think the American people are owed an apology.  (read more at Bristol’s Blog)