Sarah Palin has attacked the Girls creator Lena Dunham, dubbing her a "paedophile" for comments she made in her memoir Not That Kind of Girl. Dunham had written that as a 7-year-old girl she gave candy to her 1-year-old sister in exchange for a look at her vagina.
Sarah Palin called Lena Dunham a "paedophile" for comments she made in her memoir
Now, Palin used the remarks as a way of defending the 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar, currently embroiled in sexual abuse accusations.
"I'm not an apologist for any sexual predator, but I'm sickened that the media gives their chosen ones a pass for any behavior as long as they share their leftwing politics," Palin wrote. "Case in point, they suggest Lena Dunham's sexual assault on her sibling is cute, and she's rewarded for it with fame and fortune. Meanwhile, they crucify another, along with an entire family."
Palin, the former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, began her post by writing, "HEY LENA, WHY NOT LAUGH OFF EVERYONE'S SEXUAL 'EXPERIMENTS' AS YOU HAUGHTILY ENJOY REWARDS FOR YOUR OWN PERVERSION? YOU PEDOPHILE, YOU."
Palin also linked to a blog post written by her daughter Bristol, who said: "The double standards make me sick. Josh Duggar touched a sleeping girls breast - a terrible thing to go. But now their ENTIRE family is punished and their hit show is canceled? He's labeled as a pedophile? His family is crucified!
Liberals in today's media can do no wrong, while conservatives can do no right."
Dunham is yet to comment on the remarks.
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