#BlackLivesMatter is a Farce and Hyphenating America Destroys Us (Wow! She just jumps right into attacking black people. You would think she might ease into it, but nope.)
Our prayers are with the fallen on that Thin Blue Line in Dallas. America lost heroes last night as men in uniform did their unfathomably courageous job running into danger to protect others from it. Honorable first responders deserve our utmost respect and support. (Okay, well I think we all agree with this.)
Shame on our culture's influencers who would stir contention and division that could lead to evil such as that in Dallas. Shame on politicians and pundits giving credence to thugs (Racist dog whistle!) rioting against police officers and the rule of law in the name of "peaceful protests." It is a farce. #BlackLivesMatter is a farce. (Yeah crazy lady, you already said that up top. Already she's repeating herself.)
Media: quit claiming the rioters are "peaceful" as they stomp on our flag, shout "death to cops!" and celebrate violence. It is sick. You perpetuate a perverted message evil men thrive on to intimidate and warp malleable minds that would believe one race matters more than another. (That is NOT the message of #BlackLivesMatter. That is the message of the KKK.) Blood is on your complicit hands when you naively or purposefully refuse to tell of this movement's truth.
Black Lives Matter? Yes - more than BLM "protestors" can grasp, as evidenced by their self-destructive provocateurism. (Uh, that's not a word.) Doesn't it go without saying that Native lives matter, too? And Asian; and Eskimo; and Hispanic; and Indian... and every other race comprised of people who see clearly the agenda at play to weaken America through disunity. (Sure except those native lives certainly did not matter back in 2009 when entire villages were freezing and starving to death and you did nothing! Oh I'm sorry, you brought cookies. To the wrong village!)
Get fed up and stand up if you're sick of being called racist when proclaiming EVERY LIFE MATTERS, black as much as white and every skin tone in between. Every innocent life - at every stage of life (Shout out to her pro-life homies.) - on the side of good over evil, matters. Why let the damaging false narrative prevail if you know it is a lie?! Speak up! Join me in refusing to go willingly with society trying to crown deceptive political correctness the victor.
Self-descriptions that put any race in front of being an American are now used to further divide our nation. It's time to acknowledge you're either an American under our system of equality, law and order - and traditional patriotic spirit - or you're not. Knock off the hyphenation of who we are. And knock off the shoulder chip if you've let "leaders" burden you with it through their example that sadly capitalizes on division for untoward purposes. (Man I can't believe we are already over six paragraphs in and she has not yet made this about herself or her family. Oh wait, here we go.) That chip is crushing the people's hope. My youngest daughter recently confirmed the sensibility in this when she stated, "It would be sad to call myself an "Eskimo-American" instead of just a proud American like everyone else." (Damn that's a stupid thing to say. I'll bet she didn't actually even say it. I give Piper more credit than that.)
Seeing partial footage of this week's victims' tragic deaths at the hands of police officers is mind-boggling. It's nauseating. Granted, early reports rarely encapsulate all the facts of individual cases, but my heart is with victims' families as I sympathize with anyone defenseless in these situations. (Yeah undoctored footage of the police murdering defenseless people does not really PROVE they murdered defenseless people, but if they did well bad on them.) More so, I empathize if we find out any cop involved was in the wrong, for I abhor bad cops. I abhor police union leadership that regularly protects bad cops and discredits citizens voicing concern over bad actors in authority. (Wait, for it.) I've been there. Many of you know my own experience with well-publicized, constant, frightening encounters and threats to my family to "bring us down" via a badge and gun. We suffered an exhausting era knowing we were defenseless against a bad cop, his union, and a gleefully politicized media never reporting the truth. Threats that included the promise we'd be pulled over for whatever reason, destroyed, and "any judge will believe the badge over the citizen." The decade-long situation nearly devastated us. Political opponents still get off on all the situation cost us. So believe me, my personal experience won't let me throw a blanket of blind approval over all law enforcement and those in authority. (That's right folks, Palin literally dredged up her conflict with her former brother-in-law Mike Wooten in order to garner sympathy for how SHE was intimidated and harassed by the police just like black people. Holy crap!) Still, last night's disgusting acts that snuffed out officers' lives is exponentially worse than any one bad cop, his union bosses, and the media's verbose attempts to intimidate and falsely accuse.
So if we're to take sides, I side with the Thin Blue Line. (Okay she JUST said that all lives matter, and now she is asking people to "take sides?" How about we support both the good cops and the people who are killed and harassed by the bad cops?) To side with our public servants trying to keep law and order amidst political agendas that clearly oppose that virtue is how the good guys win again. It's the only way to ensure our best days will be ahead of us. Join me. Do not let today's agenda redefine what it means to be an American. Do not sit still for it to fundamentally transform America.
God created us equally, and not with a spirit of fear. We're given the spirit of POWER, love and a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7) Use it.
- Sarah Palin
That sound you hear is the sound of the GOP establishment slamming their heads on the wall screaming, "How did we ever allow this lunatic to run on our ticket?"
Okay that was a whole lot of crazy, and the fact that she brought Mike Wooten into the mix is mind blowing.
Yes she understands how the African American people have suffered at the hands of the police, because she once had an ex-brother-in-law who she could not manage to get fired from the State Troopers even after firing his supervisor Walt Monegan for not taking him off the force.
I'm surprised that Al Sharpton has not made her an honorary black person due to the oppression she has suffered.
Seriously folks I think Palin has really outdone herself here.
BTW for those who are interested this law professor's response to his students regarding BLM is worth reading to help understand the movement.