Apparently Sarah Palin thinks that those who attack her for being “less than intelligent” is the same thing as Karl Rove (who has zero medical training) suggesting that Hillary Clinton might be suffering brain damage due to a concussion she suffered a couple years ago.
It seems in her mind that using direct quotes from interviews or speeches she’s given, and coming to the conclusion that she’s not very bright, is the same as someone who’s not a doctor making outlandish claims about someone’s health – even though there’s absolutely no evidence to support those claims.
She also tried to make this into some kind of hypocrisy by the left because some crackpots back in 2008 pushed the ridiculous conspiracy theory that she wasn’t Trigg’s real mother.
Here’s an excerpt from what she posted:
“Hey! Hillary’s brain is off-limits! Leave her health records alone! Democrats are right – scouring records of a female candidate is just politics of personal destruction, and for the media to engage in it would be unfair, unethical, and absolutely UNPRECEDENTED. You can’t probe a woman like that because, well, it’s a war on women!
Bunch of sexist, big meanies engaging in something heretofore unheard of, for shame.”
She wrote some more, but it was honestly just more gibberish like this. If you want the full post, you can see it here.
Also included in her post were some links to images that suggested that Trigg really wasn’t her child in an attempt to “prove” that the “left-leaning” mainstream media supported these conspiracies. The only problem is two of the images are random pulls she obviously picked up from the Internet that weren’t featured on any legitimate left-leaning sites and another is a legal letter concerning a single professor who seems to have been pushing these asinine “Trigg truther” conspiracies.
Then she linked two articles from Politico and Salon that featured numerous mentions that the ridiculous conspiracy theories claiming she wasn’t Trigg’s mother had been soundly debunked. So I really don’t have any idea what her point was in linking either article as they clearly took her side in saying that those pushing these conspiracies against her were absolute fools.
Basically, because a few left-wing nutjobs pushed some conspiracies against her, she’s somehow saying that makes liberals hypocrites for attacking Karl Rove (a mainstream figure in the Republican party) for attacking Hillary Clinton’s health.
People attacked Sarah Palin for being unintelligent because, by her own words and actions, she came off as unintelligent. Time and time again she gave interviews or speeches where she made an absolute fool out of herself.
And because she showcased her lack of intelligence publicly, prompting people to attack her for it, she’s now trying to say that those who attacked her idiocy are hypocrites for defending Hillary Clinton?
If Hillary Clinton shows signs of brain damage, or her doctors come out and say she’s suffering from brain damage (which would be illegal without her consent), then it’s a legitimate concern about her abilities to potentially be President of the United States.
But Karl Rove opening his mouth, spouting out some nonsense that’s based on nothing more than his attempt to try to slander Hillary Clinton, is not something that suddenly quantifies his claims as accurate.
Sarah Palin just couldn’t resist, she had to try to make this about her. But by doing so all she really did was showcase once again how petty, pathetic and ignorant she really is.
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