Since the 2008 election, Sarah Palin is ten years older. She has 5 grandkids. She is the holder of NO political office and NO job. She is not making any reality television show. None of her kids have gone to college. Todd isn’t working still, except perhaps as a pimp. Track is in jail. Bristol is still not married. One thing has remained constant. She is still exploiting Trigg, and suggesting that she is still a victim.
Facebook’s terms of service, which apply to everyone, prohibit users from posting content that is hateful, threatening, incites violence or contains nudity or graphic violence.
October 11, Thursday, I posted an article explaining that Palin was using Trigg again. I specifically referenced this meme posted by Sarah Palin. Whatever you think the message was intended to be, I noted that some people were offended. They perceived that Palin was comparing liberal protesters who think of themselves as strong beautiful women to a child with disabilities crying.
However my point was the fact that she had taken pictures of Trigg when he was crying in a public space. Imagine a parent so insensitive to the needs of her child that when he was crying, instead of trying to comfort Trigg, she got out the camera and took three pictures! The message is that the parent is so unconcerned with the distress of her child who has a disability, that when he cries, your response is to take a picture and post it on social media, thinking it funny. Even if the parent perceives that her child was acting up, she might discipline him, or ignore him, but not take his picture…three times… and use it in an attempt to make people laugh. ‘What kind of a mother would do that? Wouldn’t that simply result in more distress for the child?
Now, Palin blasted social media giants after claiming Instagram removed her politically-tinged meme featuring her son. CENSORSHIP is to sharing opinions as LYNCHING is to justice!” she wrote in a follow up post on the site. “Unbelievable. Instagram took down a post of my son Trig acting like a normal kid ~ which I am so proud he can do.”
The latest photo on her page is now a screenshot of what appears to be Instagram’s message to her, letting her know she “violated community guidelines” with an image that juxtaposed superhero-type characters and her young child who has Down Syndrome. The post, uploaded shortly after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh‘s confirmation, suggested that protesters look immature.
Palin complained that “I’d taken a recent meme and, like so many others, personalized it by replacing my own child’s temper tantrum for the ‘normal’ kid’s tantrum that someone else used in their meme,” she wrote. “The powers-that-be deemed it unacceptable. How is my child different than all the other children used in this same meme, Mark [Zuckerberg]? Is he not as worthy to be treated as equal to, say, your child?”
Continuing to blast Facebook with increasingly heated remarks, Palin said, “Some candy-ass PC-policing snowflake sitting in a Palo Alto cubicle wants the power to censor my personal opinion? Does he/she/it not know they’re merely providing fuel for me and others who will fight for equality, justice… and all children?”
Sarah Palin is so clueless that she has proven that she doesn’t even realize why her post was offensive. BY admitting that Facebook took it down, she admits that many others thought she was disparaging a child with a disability. The “candy-ass politically correct police had to defend and protect Trigg from his abusive mother.