Here is more courtesy of the Daily Mail:

Sarah Palin has revealed her family has been stalked by multiple people for years but hopes ‘justice may prevail’ now the FBI has launched a massive manhunt for one of the alleged stalkers after he allegedly threatened to shoot President Trump.

Palin posted a photo of one of the men, Shawn Christy, on Instagram on Monday claiming he has tormented her family and threatened her daughters for years.

She said one of the stalkers had even come to Alaska where her family lived and then followed her daughter Bristol Palin to Texas to ‘more aggressively physically invade and intimidate’.

‘It’s been a hellish ride with these stalkers… as we’ve informed the FBI and law enforcement for years,’ Palin wrote.

Hey look I am certainly not going to suggest that the Palin family has no reason to worry about an individual like Shawn Christy, or a few others who have harassed the family in the past nine or so years. 

However, having said that I also need to point out that Palin uses the term “stalker” very broadly in describing people who she deems a little too focused on her or her family.

She referred to Joe McGinniss as a stalker, she has called me a stalker, she has labeled reporters calling her house or attempting to interview her in public venues as stalkers, and the list goes on. 

Then we have to address the fact that before Palin dragged her family out of the wilds of Wasilla and deposited them into the harsh national spotlight, nobody had any interest in what she or her family did. 

And when the VP thing fizzled out, Palin had a choice to make about whether to go back to living her simple life in Alaska or pursue fame and fortune by writing books, becoming a Fox News pundit, and getting reality shows for her and her family, and we all know which choice she made. 

Being famous means getting attention from all sorts of people. ALL sorts of people.

If Palin had REALLY been worried about her family she could have easily protected them by telling them to live good productive lives as private citizens, but instead, her oldest baby factory of a daughter is about to embark on what I think is her sixth attempt to grab the golden ring of fame. 

THAT is only going to attract even more so-called “stalkers” and invite further scrutiny of her family. 

So do I have sympathy for Sarah Palin and other members of her grifting, attention seeking family? 

No, no I do not.