Sarah Palin mocks media protection of Hillary Clinton’s health
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Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor and vice presidential contender, sent out a series of scathing and sarcastic lines on her Facebook page in response to the mainstream media’s condemnation of Karl Rove for daring to discuss former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s health.
As Mrs. Palin put it: Nobody backed off of me during my political pursuits. Why should they back off Mrs. Clinton?
Mrs. Palin’s Facebook posts were put in context of responding to a Wall Street Journal article that discussed the brewing controversy — the one where notable GOP strategist Mr. Rove suggested that Mrs. Clinton may have suffered a long-lasting health issue when she fainted and fell in 2012, and was subsequently treated for a blood clot between her brain and skull.
Some — like former vice president Dick Cheney, who was scrutinized in the press for his heart troubles — say that a president’s health is always a natural interest for voters. Others, however, say that Mrs. Clinton hasn’t even announced a run for the White House, and that Mr. Rove’s remarks are premature and overly aggressive.