From Washington Examiner
Former 2008 GOP running mate Sarah Palin weighed in on this week’s police and civilian shootings, calling the Black Lives Matter group a “farce and hyphenating America destroys us,” in a Facebook post Friday night.
“Shame on our culture’s influencers who would stir contention and division that could lead to evil such as that in Dallas. Shame on politicians and pundits giving credence to thugs rioting against police officers and the rule of law in the name of ‘peaceful protests.’ It is a farce. #BlackLivesMatter is a farce,” the former Alaskan governor wrote.
“Media: quit claiming the rioters are ‘peaceful’ as they stomp on our flag, shout ‘death to cops!’ and celebrate violence. It is sick. You perpetuate a perverted message evil men thrive on to intimidate and warp malleable minds that would believe one race matters more than another. Blood is on your complicit hands when you naively or purposefully refuse to tell of this movement’s truth,” Palin continued.
Palin, who has endorsed presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, said that if forced to pick a side in the black or blue lives fight, she would sit on the “thin blue line.”
“To side with our public servants trying to keep law and order amidst political agendas that clearly oppose that virtue is how the good guys win again. It’s the only way to ensure our best days will be ahead of us. Join me. Do not let today’s agenda redefine what it means to be an American. Do not sit still for it to fundamentally transform America,” Palin wrote.
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