Former Alaska Governor has a message for PETA: “Kiss my okole.”
After she ripped PETA for its hypocrisy this weekend (PETA slammed Palin for a Facebook photo in which her special-needs son used a dog as a booster but was silent when its “Woman of the Year” Ellen Degeneris Tweeted a similar photo), Palin said on Monday that “double standards applied by hypocrites at PETA make me and every other kid — and dog-lover — say ‘kiss my okole.'”
“Where have they been all these years? Maybe enjoying a good steak when their Woman of the Year, Ellen DeGeneres, posted the exact same sweet image of a child with her dog,” she explained. “Or maybe they were off moose hunting when their Man of the Year, Mayor Bill de Blasio, dropped and killed a critter at a political photo op? Who knows what they were doing when their Man of All Time, Barack Obama, admitted to actually EATING dog, and enjoying it! C’mon PETA — where’s the beef?”
Palin noted that PETA, which still has not said anything about Degeneris’s photo, is “not attacking me because I showed people a special needs child and his happy, healthy, beloved service dog; they’re attacking me because, well, I’m me.”
“So what’s new?” she continued. “PETA throws raw meat in front of their attack dogs and says sic ‘em, and we have a choice in how to react to these kind of haters who’ll keep on hating. We either accept their attacks as stumbling blocks, or see them as stepping stones to make a point about truth. Ironically, PETA has made my exact point I wrote about in my New Year’s Resolution piece. Nice! ”
After Palin told PETA to “chill” because “at least Trig didn’t eat the dog,” PETA, again not knowing its facts, remarked that “Palin’s Facebook response shows us that she knows Peta about as well as she knows geography.
“And we’re a vegan organization, so we sit on pleather couches, wear stylish vegan kicks and consider fish friends, not food. (Also, by the way, we just sent a case of vegan caviar to Vladimir Putin – and no, you can’t see his house from yours, Ms Palin.)”
PETA, like so many other left-wing groups, still assumes Palin actually said that she could see “Russia from my house” even though those were Tina Fey’s words on a Saturday Night Live sketch. Palin never said those words. In fact, during the 2008 campaign, Palin predicted that Russia could invade Ukraine if Obama were elected.
Though she was mocked by the so-called intellectual elites, Palin proved to be prophetic.