Sarah Palin is hitting back at Hollywood goon Alyssa Milano. Milano joined the chorus of the ignorant and piled on the Covington kids.
Make no mistake the motive was to destroy these kids and harm Trump – Joy Behar admitted as such. Alyssa actually compared MAGA hats to the KKK.
Enter Sarah Palin. From People: In a scathing response on Instagram, Palin wrote that Milano was wrong to link supporters of President Donald Trump to the KKK’s history of violent bigotry.
Not so, said Palin, pointing to her children, who are of indigenous descent. She also singled out her youngest son, Trig, who has Down syndrome.
“Alyssa, did you not know white hoods represented hatred for minorities and ‘handicapped’ children and adults whom the hooded KKK and white supremacists deemed unworthy of life?” Palin, 54, wrote along with two photos of her with Trig.
She continued, “So… from your warped Hollywood perch are you including MAGA-wearing moms of Native American kids (like mine) AND ‘different’ children (like mine) in your intolerant, prejudiced, gag-inducing rhetoric?” (Palin’s husband has said he is an Alaska Native on his grandmother’s side, according to the New York Times.)
Milano, 46, originally tweeted on Sunday: “The red MAGA hat is the new white hood. Without white boys being able to empathize with other people, humanity will continue to destroy itself.”
Earlier today Nick Sandmann destroyed the false media narrative with the simple truth.
“Well, now, I wish I would’ve walked away. I didn’t want to be disrespectful to Mr. Phillips and walk away if he was trying to talk to me,” he said. “I was surrounded by a lot of people I didn’t know that had their phones out, had cameras, and I didn’t want to bump into anyone or seem like I was trying to do something.”
“People have judged me based off one expression, which I wasn’t smirking, but people have assumed that’s what I have,” he said. “And they’ve gone from there to titling me and labeling me as a racist person, someone that’s disrespectful to adults, which they’ve had to assume so many things to get there without consulting anyone that can give them the opposite story.”
“I see it as a smile, saying that this is the best you’re going to get out of me. You won’t get any further reaction of aggression. And I’m willing to stand here as long as you want to hit this drum in my face.”
“Our school was slandered by the African-Americans who had called us all sorts of things. And I think I was perfectly fine with standing there and not letting the hate that was directed at us continue.”
“I have the utmost respect for Mr. Phillips as another person that freely used his First Amendment right. And I want to thank him for his military service as well. And I’d certainly like to speak with him,” he added.