Bristol Palin Slams Miley Cyrus

| by Michael Allen

Bristol Palin, daughter of half-term former Republican Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska, recently slammed pop singer Miley Cyrus.

Writng on her blog, Bristol skewered Cyrus over some comments the singer did not make to Paper magazine.

Paper reports: "Although her parents' marriage has been, at times, tempestuous -- each has filed for divorce and subsequently called off the proceedings -- Cyrus is wholly enamored with both."

"She calls her dad a 'cool hippie psycho freak,' which, in Cyrus' world, is praise of the highest order. Her mom, Tish, a producer and actress, is 'super cosmic' and 'a complete optimist, the f------ cheerleader of the universe.' There is deep affection in Cyrus' voice, even when she refers to them again, later, as "conservative-ass motherf------."

In response, Bristol titled her blog, "Miley Cyrus Claims She's 'Least Judgmental Person Ever,' Calls Christians 'Insane Motherf--kers.'"

However, Cyrus did not call Christians "insane motherf--kers."

Paper also noted: "Although she was raised Christian, Cyrus maintains a particular contempt for fundamentalist lawmakers who rally against this sort of progressive, potentially life-saving change. 'Those people [shouldn't] get to make our laws,' she says. Those people -- the ones who believe that, say, Noah's Ark was a real seafaring vessel. 'That's f------ insane,' she says. "We've outgrown that fairy tale, like we've outgrown f------ Santa and the tooth fairy."

Bristol went on to write:

Is it just me or does it seem more than a little fake that someone claiming to be accepting of everyone and everything would spew such  judgment towards her own parents and their deeply held religious beliefs?

She wants everyone else to let her be “free to be Miley,” but seems unwilling to offer the same respect to her parents and those who wish to live out their Christian faith.

Oh, Miley. Thanks for giving us the best example of what “tolerance” looks like in Hollywood: it looks a lot like contempt.

Cyrus told Parade magazine in 2010:

Jesus is who saved me. He's what keeps me full and whole. But everyone is entitled to what they believe and what keeps them full. Hopefully, I can influence people and help them follow the same path I am on, but it is not my job to tell people what they are doing wrong.

Sources:, Paper, Parade
Image Credit: Gage Skidmore