Bristol Palin Is Way Too Sensitive About Tina Fey Mocking Her Mom Sarah

Last weekend, Saturday Night Live brought back Tina Fey and her Sarah Palin persona to mock the former vice presidential candidate's endorsement of blowhard businessman Donald Trump. Apparently, Bristol Palin wasn't a fan of Tina's impersonation of her famous mom.

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The 25-year-old mom of two took to her blog to comment on the SNL sketch, criticizing Fey's "fake accent" (which, according to her, sounded like "nails on a chalkboard") and her copycat outfit of the one Sarah wore to her Trump endorsement. 

She commented, "I may be biased, but I think my mom trumps her in the looks department. (Especially for having three more kids and seven more years on Tina!)"

Anyway, here's the clip that Bristol took such offense to:

 

Bristol also called both the show and Tina "desperate" for "clinging to this impersonation a little too long." She continued, "It's getting pathetic. Its been 7 years! Are they desperate for content? Or just desperate for viewers?"

Um, sorry, babe, but there is nothing irrelevant about one of the most controversial people in so-called conservative politics endorsing the smarmiest RINO (Republican In Name Only) in the race. Especially considering there is a potential cabinet seat in it for her (if she actually believes Trump's liary liar hole that lies). Of course it's relevant.

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Maybe Bristol should be on her mom's case about throwing her political weight behind such a terrible candidate, so SNL and Tina Fey wouldn't have anything to mock. But telling Sarah Palin to fade off into the sunset hasn't worked anytime in the last seven years, so I doubt it's going to happen now.

At least Bristol liked one part of the sketch. "I have to admit, the shirt looked great," she confessed. "But I still think my mom wore it better."

 

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