Two weeks after the Palin family brawl, Sarah Palin called her daughter Bristol Palin a straight-shooter.
Two weeks after the Palin family brawl, Sarah Palin addressed the incident. She is not angry at all with her daughter. The proud mother is not feeling stressed on account of Bristol Plain’s big brawl that had actually become a Palin family brawl afterwards.
Sarah Plain is a former Republican candidate for the US Elections for Vice President. Two weeks ago, her 23-year-old daughter, Bristol Palin, got involved in a big brawl. Bristol punched the ex-boyfriend of her sister.
She repeatedly punched the man in the face during a party. That party was held in Palin family’s home state of Alaska. And the occasion was the celebration of a dog race towards the start of this month.
But the fight became big. And Bristol’s father Todd and brother Tripp got seriously injured as a result of this brawl. Todd’s nose got injured while Tripp fractured his ribs.
Now two weeks after this big Palin family brawl, Sarah Palin, addressed the incident on her Facebook Page. She actually defends her daughter’s act of hitting the man. She calls her daughter a “straight-shooter.”
“’I love my Bristol! My straight-shooter is one of the strongest young women you’ll ever meet,” Sarah wrote in her Facebook post.
Along with the note, Mrs. Plain also posted pictures of her daughters, husband and son. And she feels proud of her kids. She said that her kids now knew how to defend their family.
“I have to say this as a proud mama: right up there with their work ethic and heart for those less fortunate, my kids’ defense [sic] of family makes my heart soar!”
— SFGate 37 weeks 17 hours ago.
“As you can imagine, they and my extended family have experienced so many things (liberal media-driven) that /4/have crushed others without a strong foundation of faith, and I’m thankful for our friends’ prayer shield that surrounds them, allowing faith to remain their anchor. Thank you, prayer warriors! I love you!”
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