Bristol Palin was raked over the coals today after some obnoxious guy called her mother a "whore" and asked her if she rode Levi like she did the mechanical bull last night at a club.
What is wrong with this picture today? Bristol Palin is out with friends at a club, minding her own business when a man twice her age yells at her, saying that her mother, Sarah Palin, is a "whore?" Then as she gets off a mechanical bull, the same man screams out "did you ride Levi like that?"
Bristol asked the man if he was saying this because he is a homosexual, bad choice of comebacks on her part for sure, but come on, this guy was relentless and brought up the sexual connotations around the bull ride first. What Bristol said was not cool, but why is he getting a pass and Bristol is now the bad party in all of this?
Hollywood life interviewed Robin Rettie, who runs the Lighthouse Learning and Resource Center in Houston. Rettie said, "When Bristol Palin, who is a public figure, judges people because they are gay she is setting a terrible and damaging example." She adds, "Bristol needs to understand the dire consequences of her actions."
Nothing's said about the man who called Bristol's mother a "whore" or who made fun of Bristol's sexual life by equating Bristol's bull ride to her having sex with her ex-boyfriend. She's pushed, again bad comeback, but this man at the club was hitting way below the belt with his disgusting insults.
The Examiner asks, "By the way, shouldn't Bristol Palin be home taking care of her child (with newly published author Levi Johnson) instead of spending time at a bar? Does this make her a bad person, having a night out with friends?
It is odd that the disdain for this family has taken Bristol, who was the victim of a vile verbal attack (which equated her sexual acts with those of riding a bull) and renders her a homophobic and apparently she had no right in the first place because she's a mother?
Again, very bad choice of words as Bristol bullied by this man to defend her mother and herself, but she asked the man if he was saying all this because he was a homosexual and he answered, "pretty much." Then the man asked how she knew he was homosexual, Bristol basically said, she could just tell.