It’s rare for Sarah Palin to admit embarrassment, but she said on Thursday her family’s drunken brawl in Alaska was downright humiliating.
“What happened on the night in question wasn’t funny. It was humiliating and frightening,” Palin wrote in her post. “My kids aren’t proud of what happened, nor are they seeking sympathy by playing the victim card – that’s why they haven’t commented on this for all these weeks.”
Sarah Palin herself also had a sharp critique of the media.
“Looking at the reports, it strikes me as bitterly ironic that the same people who tell us there is a ‘war on women’ have no problem laughing at the recording of my daughter crying as she tells police about being assaulted by a man,” Palin said. “I’d like to say shame on the media and those on the left laughing at her or at any young woman in a similar situation, but I no longer think they have any shame.”
Her post comes three days after Anchorage police released audio recordings and photographs gathered after the melee. Various eyewitnesses and the public records made it clear that Sarah Palin herself was at the party and even had brief interaction with police.
Palin closed our her post with a short aside.
“Now Todd and I are headed to an exciting middle school girl’s basketball game along with dozens of other families proud to cheer on their daughters.”
See Palin’s post below:
- -Hiring More Journalists
- -Providing free memberships to those who cannot afford them
- -Supporting independent, non-corporate journalism