Sarah Palin Responds To Chicago Torture Video

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Sarah Palin wrote an exclusive article for Breitbart on Friday — in reaction to the racist, sickening, and hate-filled crime committed by four African Americans who recorded themselves beating and torturing a disabled white man this week.

“Trying to fathom what is shown in the Chicago torture video is just too much,” Palin writes. “I watched a mere few seconds of it and will watch no more.”

“I cannot watch more,” Palin continues. “Perhaps my family and I see the torture of an innocent young man with special needs through different eyes and with a greater, undeniable sense of responsibility to help; but this story playing out today is proving unbearable.”

In the editorial, Palin calls out President Obama for “twisting” this disgusting attack into a moment to claim he has “improved” race relations in America when, in fact, he is to blame for the widening divide. She asserts that Obama should instead acknowledge that this attack is the direct result of his failures as president.

“You’ve helped perpetuate a culture that disrespects innocent life by pretending that babies aren’t really babies, so their lives don’t matter; by mocking special needs children on national television (as the President!); by promoting vile gangsta ‘artists’ and their cultural depravity; and by wasting time and public resources instead of using them to better society by, for instance, creating jobs and expecting able-bodied persons to work for self-respect and responsibility instead of incentivizing a lawless, selfish, hard-hearted entitlement culture. You have no credibility when twisting this into somehow being about your ‘accomplishments.’ You fail by making this about you.”

Palin then places the blame for this attack on society, as a whole, and even calls on Colin Kaepernick to “take a knee” over this one. America needs a “screaming wake-up call.”

“And we all fail as protectors of the innocent when we ignore solutions to create a culture of life.

We fail when we accept the killing of defenseless babies.

We fail when we don’t properly budget public resources to afford obvious funding priorities to assist the disabled and elderly.

We fail when we allow the celebration of gangsta’ thuggery and the twisted media that always demonizes anyone with conservative values.

We fail when we retreat and capitulate to the elitist PC thought police who command that we sit down and shut up about their double standards.

We fail when we don’t hold statisticians and pundits accountable when they fake numbers and scenarios to make all cops — and all non-liberals — look like bullies and racists.

We fail when we don’t support law enforcement, and further burden them by wasting their limited time expecting them to respond and resolve every dispute that mature adults used to be able to handle themselves.

We further fail when we choose politicians in self-preservation mode who ignore basic social issues in favor of just the “safer” fiscal issues. Look, we can’t make America great again by focusing only on bureaucratic ideas to hopefully put more money in people’s pockets. Really, it’s more soul in the American life that will make us great again.”

The full article may be read here.







 

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