Bristol Palin Goes Clubbing

Published by PETA Staff.
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Former first lady Barbara Bush raised eyebrows recently when she told Larry King that she hopes Sarah Palin stays in Alaska. But considering what Sarah and her daughter Bristol do in Alaska, we’re not sure that’s such a great idea either.

This gruesome scene of Bristol and Sarah clubbing a halibut to death took place during the second episode of Sarah Palin’s Alaska, in which they visited the city of Homer for a mother-daughter day of commercial halibut fishing. “It felt awesome gettin’ some aggression out,” Bristol said about clubbing the fish.

Gee, is this how most mothers and daughters bond? My mom and I just made cookies

Written by Paula Moore

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