Sarah Palin Just Got Owned After Making Fun Of Congressman Supporting Texas Church Victims

Former Alaska Governor and Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is back in the news, again.

She took to her Twitter account on Tuesday to call Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu “a disgrace” for walking out during a moment of silence on the House floor for the gun massacre at a Texas church that left 26 people dead.

He did so because he is supporting gun control legislation to prevent further tragedies, and said “we cannot remain silent” any longer.

Palin, a known gun rights activist, was immediately responded to by Representative Lieu. Let’s just say he got the last word on this one.

“Dear Sarah Palin: Feel free to call me names because I’m cool like that. But I will keep fighting for gun safety. Unlike you I don’t quit.”

Lieu is referring to the fact that Palin quit her governorship after losing the 2008 presidential election with John McCain. Instead of continuing to serve the people of Alaska, she quit in order to be a highly paid political pundit on tv, namely Fox News. She now has her own blog.

If this were a courtroom, Palin could consider herself served on this one.

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