Bristol Plain joined the thousands of other women who have come forward over the past few months to share their own stories of being sexually harassed and assaulted, tweeting #metoo on Friday.
The mother-of-three then promptly tore apart the movement in a blistering blog post that accused the campaign, and media, of being less sympathetic and receptive to stories shared by conservative men and women.
'Here is the definition of sexual harassment: harassment (typically of a woman) in a workplace, or other professional or social situation, involving the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks,' wrote Bristol.
'And, in the interest of full disclosure, I’d like to add my family’s name to the #MeToo list of those who have been harassed.'
She then provided a number of examples, including talk show hosts, journalists and even a former heavyweight boxer.
'Are you ready to hold these people accountable?' asked Bristol.
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Not having it: Bristol Palin took aim at what she sees as the disparate treatment of sexual harassment and assault allegations made by conservative victims versus liberals (Bristol and her three children over Thanksgiving)
Taking aim: '#MeToo: Are you ready to hold these people accountable? Here is a small example of what our family has gone though,' tweeted Bristol (above)
Formation: Bristol then gave examples of members of the media making inappriate remarks about her, her mother Sarah and her sister Willow ( l to r: Track Palin, Bristol Palin, her boyfriend Levi Johnston, Willow Palin, Piper Palin, husband Todd Palin and Republican U.S vice-presidential nominee Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin holding Trig Palin)
Chris Wallace was up first, with Bristol accusing him of making a suggestive remark about her mother Sarah back in 2010 when he appeared on Don Imus' radio show.
It was while sitting down with the former shock jock that Wallace said 'once can only hope' when asked about the possibility of Sarah sitting in his lap when he next interviewed her on Fox News.
Bristol left out the fact that Imus asked the question, instead making it seem as if Wallace was making unprompted remarks of a sexual nature.
She also included a clip of Wallace recounting the interview with the cast of Fox & Friends, with his response and Imus' question drawing immediate outrage from the female anchor - Gretchen Carlson.
'No one at Fox radio batted an eye with his violent misogynist rant – in fact he’s still celebrated,' wrote Bristol.
'Want to know the craziest thing about this? He still has a job at Fox News, and my mom doesn’t.'
The first part of that statement is also not entirely true, as Wallace released a statement soon after and another on Friday.
'More than seven years ago, I engaged in a playful discussion with former FOX Business host Don Imus. Immediately, I realized