Sarah Palin Just Said 7 Words About Jesus That Has All Of The Libs Freaking Out

 Sarah Palin believes that protecting the innocent is part and parcel of doing God’s work on Earth. That’s why, on Thursday, she made a bold proclamation about Jesus and guns.

Jesus would fight for our Second Amendment,” was the headline over Palin’s post on her Facebook page.

“Shoot, even the Lord said to take up arms and defend yourself and protect the innocent! We’re expected to take responsibility to defend ourselves and to protect the innocent, certainly not relying on fallible leaders to do it for us,” Palin declared.

“Don’t believe me? Look it up! Luke 22:36. I wrote about it in #sweetfreedom. Proof, Jesus is a proponent of carrying!” she wrote.

Sweet Freedom is a new book of devotionals authored by Palin. During a radio interview about the book, she elaborated on her position.

“Jesus is telling us, take up your arms and defend yourself, don’t wait for somebody else to do. So even an issue like whether the Second Amendment should be defended or not is right there,” she said.

In her Facebook post, she also links to a video mocking President Obama’s gun control policy

“Taking concrete defense measures (ie. arming ourselves) away from the good guys? Yeah… that… we don’t want that. As this hilarious parody says, ‘…it will really suck when only the bad guys have guns,’” Palin posted.

Not everyone agreed with Palin’s position on Jesus.

“He meant to take up spiritual arms in times of troubles not physical swords you complete numpty. I can understand that … I’m a bloody Pagan!” Lissa Mitchell posted on Palin’s Facebook page.

But Palin had far more supporters than detractors.

“Thank you, Sarah, for keeping on keeping on ……….. despite all the darkness you and your family have had to endure! We LOVE you for being such a light in our dark world!” wrote Joanna Johnson Holbrook.

h/t: Opposing Views

Sarah Palin Just Told Both NBC And The GOP What They Need To Do Following Controversial Debate

Fallout continues over the perceived bias demonstrated by CNBC moderators against the Republican presidential candidates on stage for Wednesday’s debate. Sarah Palin, who faced significant media criticism after being selected to fill out John McCain’s ticket during the 2008 campaign, took on the issue in a scathing Facebook critique of both mainstream media and the Republican establishment.


John Nolte – we need to thank God you’re there, calling out unethical reporters.NBC – you need to fire your unethical…

Posted by Sarah Palin on Thursday, October 29, 2015

“NBC,” she wrote, “you need to fire your unethical reporter, John Harwood.”

She then encouraged the correspondent – who served as one of three moderators Wednesday evening – to resign before the network forces him out.

“GOP Establishment,” she continued, “—you need to cure your shrinkage away from holding the left accountable.”

While she expects the media to lie about conservatives, Palin said Republicans do far too little to defend against such attacks.

Her wide-ranging post also included criticism of Hilary Clinton’s behavior during her recent congressional testimony on the Benghazi attack. She also linked to one Breitbart report she thought exemplified journalistic integrity by revealing that Harwood apparently “lied about Rubio’s tax plan” during the debate.

At the wake of his performance, it was one of Harwood’s peers at rival cable network Fox Business Network – which will host the upcoming fourth GOP debate – who provided a different perspective.

Should NBC fire John Harwood or any of the moderators involved in Wednesday’s debate? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

When Sarah Palin Was Told About Boehner’s Resignation, She Knew Exactly What To Say

Former Gov. Sarah Palin is thrilled at the news of Rep. John Boehner’s decision to resign from Congress at the end of October. Palin said Boehner’s exit is a victory for grassroots conservatives.

“You can only thwart the will of the people for so long. First Eric Cantor, now John Boehner. Senate leadership that’s now on notice surely takes this seriously,” Palin said in an exclusive statement to Breitbart News.

Palin said everyday voters are tiring of career politicians who promise, but don’t deliver. She said that the day of reckoning has come, and that those elected to office should pay attention.

“The conservative grassroots is calling out the permanent political class and that’s reflected in the GOP presidential polls,” she said.

Some of the recent shake-ups, like Tea Party wins in Texas, Delaware, Wisconsin and New York, are a part of the grassroots conservative movement that Palin has endorsed. She said it’s all for the good of the country.

“Bold, independent Congressmen in Washington prove they’re to be reckoned with now, and they deserve voters’ thanks for doing what we sent them to do – shake up the status quo and get the country back on track,” Palin said.

Boehner has been a congressmen since 1990 and has won re-elections by large margins, obtaining up to 71 percent of the vote. He became Speaker of the House in 2011 after Republicans gained the majority of seats. He was re-elected for a third term as House Speaker in 2015, although the last election resulted in a significant portion of House Republicans attempting to remove him. Conservative Republicans have had tense moments with Boehner, especially over fiscal issues. He fought to raise the debt ceiling and faced more conflict in the impeding debate next week over keeping the government open. He aligned with Democratics in those showdowns, which further angered the conservative base.

The House approved a resolution in 2014 authorizing Boehner to sue President Barack Obama over executive orders the president issued regarding the 2010 Affordable Health Care Act. The House alleged the president abused his powers, disregarding Congress and the U.S. Constitution.

Judge Rosemary M. Collyer of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., issued a decision to let the lawsuit move forward. The Obama administration announced on Sept. 21 that it will appeal the decision to gain a federal appeals court review.

Ouch: See Why Fired-Up Glenn Beck Is ‘Embarrassed’ He Ever Supported The ‘Clown’ Sarah Palin

During his Thursday radio broadcast, conservative talker Glenn Beck came out swinging at Sarah Palin, calling her a “clown,” saying he has no idea what she stands for, and insisting that he is “embarrassed” he ever supported her. But only a day later, Beck was trying to walk back at least some of those comments.

During his Thursday radio show, Beck began his comments about Palin by talking about President Obama’s Iran nuke deal. Soon, though, he was slamming Palin hard.

“Yeah, I’m going to say it,” Beck began. “I don’t care what Sarah Palin says any more. Sarah Palin has become a clown. I’m embarrassed that I was once for Sarah Palin. Honestly, I’m embarrassed.”

“Why do I say that about Sarah Palin? How can you say that about Sarah Palin? Because I don’t know who she is any more, I don’t know what she stands for,” Beck continued.

Beck then criticized Palin for her kind words about Donald Trump, the latter of whom Beck is decidedly against.

“I saw a clip of her talking to Donald Trump,” Beck said. “What the hell is that? I don’t even know who she is any more. I don’t know what she cares for. I don’t know. She doesn’t know what I stand for. We had a falling out long ago because she listened to people who were lying to her about me. Fine. Don’t care. I don’t care.”

Beck then went on to attack Trump as a “third grader” and said he doesn’t want to deal with the real estate mogul.

But by the next day, Beck jumped on to his Facebook page to walk back some of his anti-Palin diatribe.

“We all have bad days and bad moments,” Beck explained to fans. “Today was one of mine.”

Beck went on to apologize at least for the “clown” comment.

“I stand by all of my comments on Sarah Palin,” Beck wrote in his post, “EXCEPT when I called her a clown. It was unkind, childish and wrong of me to name call.”

Beck went on to reiterate that he “doesn’t know who Palin is” any more, echoing what he said on his show. He also continued with his criticism of Palin’s support of Trump.

Beck, though, hinted that in the past, he felt “wrongly accused and judged by her and Todd [Palin’s husband]” and said that some of his frustration with Palin stems from that unstated conflict.

But in closing, Beck again said he was sorry for being “unkind,” saying: “That is where I owe Sarah Palin an apology. I was unkind and inaccurate.”

Still, he stuck with his criticism on the substance of the matter, even if it loses him all his audience.

“It may mean that I don’t have a single listener left in the end but I would rather be true to myself, principles and to my God than to parties, cliques or popularity. But I never want to lose anyone because I said something cruel or untrue.”

Watch: One Word Sarah Palin Just Said At DC Rally Has Black Lives Matter Furious

Sarah Palin spoke to an energetic group at Wednesday’s rally against the Iranian nuclear deal, beginning her address with special recognition of the men and women who made such an event possible.

“If you love that freedom,” she asserted, “thank a vet. We thank you!”

She went on to recognize the sacrifice of other Americans tasked with protecting everyone else, offering a dig at those who continue to protest and attack law enforcement officers.

“And you know, since our president won’t say it,” she continued, “since he still hasn’t called off the dogs, we’ll say it: Police officers and first responders all across this great land, we got your back. We salute you. Thank you, police officers.”

Apparently identifying themselves in Palin’s description, several activists associated with the Black Lives Matter movement expressed disdain on social media. Shaun King, who became the subject of controversy after it was revealed that he was a white man portraying himself as an oppressed black man, was one of the more prominent Twitter detractors.

Of course, it was apparent from the comments that followed his tweet that many do not share his moral outrage. More than a few commenters lamented that Palin’s rebuke was too timid.


Others found the comparison unfair for a different reason.

Did Palin’s rhetoric go too far? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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