In an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” on Monday, former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK), the 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee, reiterated her position on the media double standard regarding the Duggar family scandal and Lena Dunham for her stunning admissions in a previous book.
Palin had originally levied these criticisms on her Facebook page last week.
She explained to host Sean Hannity that Dunham’s questionable actions revealed in her book “Not That Kind of Girl” went unnoticed by the media.
“Lena Dunham, as I say, has been praised, rewarded and the media has this great big yawn when it comes to covering she or others that we have heard about on the liberal side of issues,” Palin said. “Yet they try to crucify an entire family for a 14-year-old boy’s issue that he had.”
Palin also noted that someone should be held accountable for the release of these confidential records.
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