Palin Video Released After Tucson

January 12, 2011 by USA Post 

Palin Video, Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has released a video response to what some deemed “irresponsible statements” within the Tucson shootout that claimed six people in their lives and left U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D- Ariz.) with a serious head injury. Click on the link to watch

Sarah Palin has issued a video statement (above) this morning in response to the shooting Tucson, saying his decision to target rifle on a map more Congressional District Gabrielle Giffords “had absolutely nothing to do with the incident at all. How could he not? But why so defensive then? And what better way for Palin to address a shooting that targeted Giffords, who is Jewish, by using a metaphor Semitic? Palin said that those who link the tragedy of her violent rhetoric commit “blood libel” – which refers to a charge of the Middle Ages that Jews killed Christian children to use their blood to make unleavened bread for Passover. Palin is right, this incident was more about mental illness than rhetoric – until you consider the fact that spitting rhetoric are mentally ill.

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