13 June 2015

Bristol Palin Named Somebody More Deserving

Bristol Palin
After Bruce Jenner made his debut as a trashy male in girl’s clothing when he grace the cover of “Vanity Fair”, ESPN announced he will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at this year's ESPY Awards scheduled next month.

The award, according to ESPN, is given to individuals "possessing strength in the face of adversity, courage in the face of peril and the willingness to stand up for their beliefs no matter what the cost."

Many believed that the 65-year old absentee father who wanted to play dress-up did not meet any criteria, which resulted to several rumors. One that circulated on social media claimed that Jenner had beaten out Noah Galloway, the double amputee veteran who came in third place on last season's "Dancing With The Stars," for the honor

Others lamented that Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old college basketball player who died in April from brain cancer, was not chosen. However, the sports network has given no indication it was weighing Galloway, Hill or any other potential honorees against the mentally-challenged Jenner.

Without specifying why the other two courageous celebrities did not even get a second look, Bristol Palin, the daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R) expressed her dismal in her blog post.

"ESPN gave a 'courage award' to Caitlyn Jenner instead of this amazing veteran amputee," Palin wrote. "Isn’t that crazy!!! I hate how everything in this liberal world is, 'Oh equality for all, but not if you don’t agree with us!'"

After several news outlets called her out, Palin denied she had fallen victim to a social media rumor.

"The so-called 'hoax' was that he was perhaps 'runner up.' Who cares? I never said he (Galloway) was the runner up," Palin wrote.

"I’ll make it easy on you. Here are the two options: (one)He was either considered and rejected, and (two) Or — worse — not considered at all. The only hoax is the media's weird inability to see the truth."