- University of Georgia frat’s racist Snapchat video draws campus outrage Today 1:21 PM
- Facing criticism for eating fish, vegan YouTube star Rawvana speaks out Today 10:47 AM
- Arnold Schwarzenegger chases mini-pony in new TikTok video Today 9:19 AM
- Review: ‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’ is a cut above the rest Today 8:00 AM
- Where do 2020 Democratic candidates stand on healthcare? Today 7:30 AM
- How to (legally) stream live TV on Kodi Today 7:00 AM
- ‘Delhi Crime’ tackles inequality and women’s rights Today 7:00 AM
- How to watch the 2019 STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway for free Today 6:00 AM
- These high school theater kids put on a totally awesome ‘Alien’ play Saturday 3:59 PM
- Behold these photos of Elon Musk, but with Elizabeth Holmes’ eyes Saturday 3:11 PM
- Barbra Streisand gets ‘canceled’ over remarks about Michael Jackson’s alleged victims Saturday 2:09 PM
- Report: Florida man raped Texas teen after posing as Instagram celeb Saturday 12:14 PM
- Lori Loughlin’s daughters, Olivia and Isabella, could be banned from USC forever Saturday 11:46 AM
- ‘Starfish’ is a heartbreaking tale of BFFs, grief, and apocalyptic alien invasions Saturday 10:35 AM
- How to stream UFC Fight Night 148 for free Saturday 10:00 AM
Sarah Palin trips on rocks, injures face, and uses the Facebook photos to bash Hillary Clinton
Palin vents on social media about other people, just like everyone else.
After recently tripping on some rocks and cutting up her face, Palin took to her Facebook account to show off the pictures of her wound and to bash Clinton at the same time.
Lately, many in the media have been getting on Clinton for not holding press conferences and for her lack of campaign events. Although the Democratic presidential candidate attends one-on-one interviews, some in the conservative media believe she is hiding for health reasons.
Others, specifically on the left side of the political aisle, feel questioning her health is sexist in its entirety. In disagreement with questioning a woman’s health as being labeled as sexist, Palin took her anger to Facebook in which she implied that she would call any man who asks about her own health a “mean ol’ sexist bully.”
Just goes to show, everyone vents on social media from time to time—even physically wounded politicians.