Sarah Palin Calls Obama A “Special Kind Of Stupid” UPDATE

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*Sarah Palin has tumbled into national headlines again thanks to her latest Facebook rant against President Obama — this time over his renewed call for sensible gun laws in response to the Orlando nightclub attacks.

Accompanied by a photo showing a woman with a baby in one arm and a shotgun in the other, Palin titled her post, in all caps, “OBAMA IS A SPECIAL KIND OF STUPID.”

The one-time GOP vice presidential candidate and former governor of Alaska goes on to rail against POTUS for wanting to amend policy on the availability of assault rifles, which she has labeled Obama’s “twisted anti-Second Amendment mission.”

“Today you’re demanding an ‘explanation’ from law abiding gun owners, but not demanding the same from followers of Islam, the religion behind this terror?” she adds.
Read in its entirety below:

OBAMA IS A SPECIAL KIND OF STUPID

Enough is enough, Mr. President. There’s no “due respect” due you after pulling this stunt.

Exploiting a sick, evil, ideological-driven attack on Americans to further your twisted anti-Second Amendment mission is disgusting. Today you’re demanding an “explanation” from law abiding gun owners, but not demanding the same from followers of Islam, the religion behind this terror?

If the demented Orlando terrorist doesn’t represent all Islamic followers, then why do you insinuate he represents all gun owners?
And why, after any shooting, do you always want to take away firearms from the innocent people who didn’t do it?

Forget your asinine gun control, do your job and engage in Islamic terrorist control.

Yes, it’s a special kind of stupid to demand we explain ourselves. But if you really want them, get ready for our explanations. Here’s mine:

http://injo.com/…/631166-hold-president-obama-visit-to-or…/…
– Sarah Palin

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