The contrast in Sarah Palin’s Facebook posts over a three day period demonstrate her constant state of confusion. Logic, reason, and consistency seem unimportant to her. The only thing that is constant is attacking liberals. The basis for the attacks often makes no sense. Her defense of Donald Trump defies common decency. She’s like a rabid animal that will attack anything in its path, irrespective of the behavior of the victim of her attack.
Yesterday, on the 11th of August, Sarah attempted to defend Trump’s incendiary remarks regarding shooting Hillary.
The amazing thing is that Palin suggested that President Obama made violent remarks, and that justified Trump’s remarks. EVen if Obama had made remarks that were interpreted as inciting violence, they were clearly not targeting any particular individual. In fact, it was just a few weeks ago that Palin attacked Obama for being too conciliatory and accused him of wrongfully apologizing for America.
It was just two days before, on August 9th, that Palin relied on her Facebook to attack Hillary, suggesting that it was wrong for her to allow the father of the Orlando shooter, Seddique Mateen, to attend her rally.
Here’s the story that actually revealed who the man was in the Red Hat.
The Hillary Clinton campaign has finally disavowed support from the Orlando gunman’s father after the press found out he sat prominently at a Clinton rally last night.
Here is the original story. As indicated, Hillary didn’t personally invite the father of the Orlando shooting. He was simply registered as a Democrat, and received an invitation like every other Democrat in the area. Seddique Mateen was not banned from the event because he was Muslim. Anybody working the event would have been racially profiling attendees if they stopped every Muslim attending to question them about their relationship to terrorists.
A Clinton aide said: “The rally was a 3,000-person, open-door event for the public. This individual wasn’t invited as a guest and the campaign was unaware of his attendance until after the event.” Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill later issued a statement saying, “Hillary Clinton disagrees with his views and disavows his support.”
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits the United States Congress from enacting legislation that would abridge the right of the people to assemble peaceably. Compare Hillary’s respect of the right of Mr. Mateen to appear at her rally, to the refusal of Trump to allow a peaceful Muslim woman to attend his rally.
That Muslim woman was located behind Trump, as Mr. Mateen was located behind Hillary. The peaceful Muslim was not allowed to stay at the Trump rally. The peaceful Muslim was allowed to stay at the Clinton rally.