Courtesy of Bristol's ghostwritten, Sarah inspired, blog:
Remember when FBI director James Comey used to be the “paragon of virtue?” At least that’s what Democrats said, after he failed to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information. But Comey, who was once so praised by everyone in the Democratic Party, now he is going against their grain – by doing the RIGHT THING.
Now, you guessed it, he’s suddenly being called corrupt?
(This next portion is apparently taken from some news source, but the ghostwriter does not identify it on the page. That is poor blogging etiquette.)
The bureau boss is now the target of barbed Democratic attacks for his decision to notify lawmakers Friday that investigators were reviewing newly discovered emails related to the Hillary Clinton server case. And some of the same Democrats who over the summer defended Comey in the face of Republican pressure have emerged as his toughest critics.
Topping that list is Harry Reid, the Senate minority leader who fired off a letter over the weekend to Comey informing him his actions may have violated a federal law known as the Hatch Act, “which bars FBI officials from using their official authority to influence an election.”
Reid accused Comey of a “double-standard” in his treatment of sensitive information, saying: “Through your partisan actions, you may have broken the law.”
(This ends the plagiarized portion, now back to the ghostwritten stuff.)
Because he stood up and did the right thing! Crazy!! Also, Nancy Pelosi called Comey a “great man” just recently, but now she’s saying “The public interest would be served by the FBI providing the facts, rather than allowing Republicans to stoke innuendo and falsehoods 11 days away from a presidential election.”
The blog then links to this tweet from the New York Daily News.
And as you can imagine that does not sit well with Bristol/Sarah/unnamed ghostwriter.Early look at tomorrow's front page:— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) October 31, 2016
FBI'S MAD BOMBER
News says: Reckless James Comey must go https://t.co/YJNyf8IyWH pic.twitter.com/oappFrvQ3F
The hypocrisy is OUTRAGEOUS, but thank you, James Comey, for doing the right thing.
The important takeaway from this is not so much its content, which you can find on Right Wing sites all over the internet, it is that Sarah Palin felt the need to drag her daughter into this fight in a sad attempt to reach out to millennials and those who despise the very sight of her.
Nothing written on here relates to Bristol's life, or Bristol's poorly informed point of view, in any way.
In Bristol's real life she is too busy spending her husband's money, selling diet energy drinks, and posting pictures of the leverage she uses to keep Dakota in line.
Sarah Palin's world is falling in around her, and in her desperation to cling to relevance she is willing to use any one of her children grandchildren, or adopted children to attract attention and deflect criticism.
However it is hard to feel sorry for Bristol, after all she could have a life of her own and reclaim her identity if only she had any sense of self worth and dignity left.
Update: Speaking of wishy washy, this is how Palin responded after James Comey did not indict Hillary Clinton over her e-mails:
Letting Hillary skate today is no surprise when the team she's on has celebrated its administrators pleading the fifth, over and over again, sending messages to America that they're all above the law. From the IRS's Lois Lerner to Hillary herself testifying in front of Congress, they've all told Congress to kiss off, and Congress kissed off.
Today's FBI forgiveness of tyrants' illegal acts illustrate purpose in why I insist Americans rise up and tear down this tyrannical system that is destroying America from within. Truly, you're either with us or you're against us.
Yes her response was to call for folks to rise up and essentially overthrow the government.
But now everything's cool right?