Bristol palin dating a black man

22-Jan-2018 08:17

Here now is Bristol's recollection of how that night unfolded.

PALIN: My (EXPLETIVE DELETED) knees, my face, where is my (EXPLETIVE DELETED). COP: Where was the limo at when your sister came and got you? COP: So your sister came down and got you from the limo that was parked right here?

We should point out that no charges were filed in this incident and in a September 19th Facebook post, Sarah Palin defended her daughter, writing part -- writing in part, quote, "I love my Bristol. My kids' defense of my family makes my heart soar." You can thank me later.

(END VIDEO CLIP) COSTELLO: I think that long bleep was my favorite part.

She said she "got ahead of herself" in having a bigger family, presumably referring to her break-up with Meyer."I do not regret this baby," she said."On one hand, we know that everything happens for a reason, and there are no mistakes or coincidences," he wrote on the photo. "On the other hand, we learn that we can never give up, knowing that with the right tools and energy, we can reverse any decree or karma. Fox instead couched much of the story as a cutesy-poo introduction to Tripp (who seems temporarily to have replaced Trig, Sarah Palin's night-owl infant, as the family football), whom Bristol described as both "awesome" and "very, very, very cute."Bristol told Van Susteren that telling her parents she was pregnant "was, like, harder than labor," and described sitting on the couch with Johnston and a best friend there for support, so petrified about making her announcement that she was "just sick to my stomach," so much so that finally, her best friend had to blurt it out for her. "It doesn't matter what my mom's views are on it. And I wish people would realize that, too."Of course some of them -- not the least of them "The Daily Show's" Samantha Bee -- have realized that Bristol's ability to make her own decision, without regard to her mom's views on the issue, is precisely the freedom for which reproductive rights activists fight, trying to ensure that no daughters surrender control of their bodies to their mothers or fathers or husbands or clergymen or governments."I don't know if it's what I expected," Bristol said of young motherhood. It's for another person." Later in the interview, she again repeated this line -- a heartbreaking point if ever there was one, and one we don't talk about much because we feel obligated to acknowledge that for many women and men, choosing to have children and become less self-obsessed is a pleasure.

Bristol continued, "I don't even remember it, because it was just like something I don't want to remember."This young woman, too scared to even enunciate the fact of her pregnancy to her parents, is now a parent herself. But so much of what pro-life advocacy is about -- whether it denies people sex education or contraception or access to abortion -- is in valuing the cells that make up a fetus (or baby) more than the woman in whose body those cells have grown."This baby is not a disappointment, and I cannot wait to be a mom times two."Palin had her first child, Tripp, with ex Levi Johnston when she was 18, and has since become an abstinence advocate.