|Sarah Palin hiding behind her favorite shield, while holding his arms so he won't smack her.|
The documentary features Palin's speech at the NRA, which of course means that she must defend.
However since she is such an incredible coward, that defense takes the form of a pathetic Facebook post, which links to Bristol's blog, where Nancy French launches a tirade on her behalf, while Bristol scouts new locations for her next selfie.
And this woman still has supporters?
Here is the Facebook post:
Preacher calling me out with his holier-than-thou condemnation for being both pro-Second Amendment and pro-life? I couldn't be prouder. And typically twisting context to fit his bizarre rant... er, "sermon?" Bring it on. Good job, shepherd. Don't think too many Americans will be led astray by you standing at the pulpit on this one.
Does anybody else actually hear their brain cells screaming as they die while reading this?
Palin then links to a rather lengthy screed by Nancy French attacking the minister in the film, and bitching that he is being hypocritical by not calling out pro-choice people over the "murders" they support.
The entire post is way too long and batshit crazy to cut and paste here in its entirety, but here are a few samples just to give you an idea of the lunacy.
The movie is nothing more than liberal propaganda camouflaged as “thoughtful commentary.” The pastor says he caters to the conservatives and Tea Party activists as the camera pans over some photos of the pastor with famous conservatives – including what looks like the Pastor Saeed prayer vigil with Ted Cruz and one of my mom and dad with (apparently) the pastor and perhaps his wife. It looks like it was taken in Alaska. (I asked Mom about it – she doesn’t remember taking that photo and doesn’t remember meeting them.)
It speaks to the weapon issue, though he conveniently skips the Bible passages that talk about being armed and protecting one’s family. The pastor says he doesn’t want to be labeled as a “liberal,” though he spouts leftist talking points from the first moments of the movie.
(There's a passage in the Bible about being armed with assault weapons? Man you forget so much when you haven't read something for a decade or three.)
Here’s my question. Since the number of deaths per year by gun users is dwarfed by the number of people killed through abortions, where’s the moment in the movie when he turns to Lucy and challenges HER beliefs that allow babies to get killed? (Lucy is of course pro-choice.) Oh, that’s right — because it’s produce by a pro-abortion activist.
(Now I am not sure which kind of "produce" Nancy is referring to here, so I will go out on a limb and suggest it is probably lettuce which I am told the Palins put on their mooseburgers and call "salad.")
The Pastor keeps asking the most inane question “Can Christians be pro-life and pro-guns?” Maybe he thinks that the swelling emotional music behind the words somehow make them more “important.”
(Or it could just be a very important question even without the music. You know for those of us who DON'T have Soldier of Fortune magazine sharing the same bookshelf as the Bible.)
He must not know the importance of guns to my family, and many other families just like us.
We use those guns to FILL OUR FREEZER. To “live off the land” if you want to call it that. (Once again the Palins live less than a mile away from Wal-mart and have many fast food joints and fine restaurants quite near their home.) We use those guns to PROTECT ourselves, like many, many other people. (The Palins have NEVER used a firearm to protect themselves. And we know that because if they had we would have NEVER stopped hearing about it.) Gun’s aren’t used strictly for violence like people want to paint them to be. I carry and I know by carrying its keeping my kids and my household a whole lot safer from creeps like we unfortunately face everyday. (Is that why when that last stalker showed up at her house she ran to her Mommy's to hide out?)
It must be nice to sit back in your pew and let others defend you. (Uh, should I point out the obvious here?)
But it just sounds cheap and cowardly to me. I think Christians have a DUTY to carry and protect the innocent. (Seriously WHICH Bible are these people reading?)
If you want to know what the Bible REALLY says about topics like this, buy my Mom’s new devotional instead of watching this new film.
So after that last remark you almost have to wonder if Palin was REALLY upset about the way she was characterized in this documentary, or if she just saw this as a way to play the victim and pimp her new book?
Well I certainly have my theory.
You know this whole thing where Nancy French pretends to be Bristol, and Sarah pretends that her daughter loves her and is using her blog to defend her, is becoming more than a little psychotic.
I actually know at least two different therapists who would love to have a group session with Sarah, Bristol, and Nancy just to help sort out the different identities and to determine the level of psychosis.