By now you heard of the horrific earthquake that struck Alaska. What the damage or death toll is still isn’t fully known, but one person who did lose her house was former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin.
Palin reported on Twitter that while her family was safe, their house was destroyed.
“[Pray] for Alaska,” tweeted Palin. “Our family is intact – house is not… I imagine that’s the case for many, many others. So thankful to be safe; praying for our state following the earthquake.”
🙏🏼 for Alaska. Our family is intact – house is not… I imagine that’s the case for many, many others. So thankful to be safe; praying for our state following the earthquake.
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) November 30, 2018
For the most part, Palin received responses of relief and well-wishing. However, as you can imagine, Palin attracts a very vicious breed of hater, and the responses varied from letting her know that they were either happy that her house was flattened, to jabbing her with insults about her family.
Good. You deserved that.
— baf666 (@baf666) November 30, 2018
I'm very glad your family is safe, also that you have to deal with what your partys pro oil drilling stance does to poor people. Maybe now you'll take a stand against efforts to increase drilling in Alaska? But prolly not.
— JakeBrown (@Jake_E_W_Brown) November 30, 2018
Yes, but can you still see Russia from where your porch once stood?
— Daily Lather (@DailyLather) November 30, 2018
You sure those tremors weren’t from Track taking a baseball bat to your house?
— JackyRica (@JackyRica) November 30, 2018
Proof that there is a God?
— Free Reality Winner (@homeless_not) November 30, 2018
One user, in particular, caught my eye, however. While most of these caused me to feel angry over how someone could be so cruel, this one made me laugh. Apparently, one leftist seems to believe that the reason the earthquake occurred is because of climate change, and seems to hope that this episode will cause Palin to really rethink her beliefs.
So sorry! Perhaps you’ll begin listening to science and climate change. It’s been knocking at your door
— Bill Bash (@wwbash) November 30, 2018
Yes. The church of climate change has their claws so deep in this guy that he truly believes that climate change is affecting the very tectonic plates.
Palin’s haters are definitely mean, but now we can see that they’re also enormously stupid.