Mainstream Media Blasts Sarah Palin For White House Gaffe

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The mainstream media had a field day on Friday when Sarah Palin said the White House was located at 1400 Pennsylvania avenue during a speech at the Values Voter Summit.

During the speech, Palin is shown attacking liberals who use accusations of racism to shut conservatives up. Palin urges her audience to not be silenced, and instead, “reload with truth, which I know is an endangered species at 1400, Pennsylvania Avenue.”

The White House is, of course, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It was clearly an understandable mixup in a high-pressured moment, but that didn’t stop the media from having fun with it!

To her credit, Palin owned up to her mistake with a humorous twitter post, but the mainstream media continued to print stories that made her look like a fool.

Now, conservative pundits are speaking out blasting the media’s obsession with destroying female right-wing politicians.

Radio host Mark Levin pointed out that the media never reports on women like Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren’s mistakes. The mainstream media refuses to even call these women “morons,” but as soon as Sarah Palin makes a minor slip-up, the press is all over it.

Levin also said that whenever a female Democrat like Debbie Wasserman Schultz is attacked, the media is quick to play the “war on women” card.

“This is why we despise the media,” an angry Levin said on his radio show. “This is why we don’t trust the media.”

While the press may someday put an end to the war on democrat women, Levin believes that the war on conservative women is “unending.”

“It’s absolutely vile,” he said, according to Breitbart.

Palin, however, isn’t letting the mainstream media get her down! She posted another picture on twitter having fun with her little mistake.

Way to not let them get the best of you, Sarah!


What do you think about the war on conservative women? Let us know in the comments below!

H/T: Mediaite



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