New York, Nov 6 (ANI): Sarah Palin has justified her action of 'favouriting' an anti Obama controversial tweet from Ann Coulter, a conservative right-wing commentator.
Palin defended herself by saying she didn't even know how to tag Twitter posts.
On her account, Palin appeared to list a Coulter tweet with a photograph of a sign outside of a church that said, "The blood of Jesus against Obama history made 4 Nov 2008 a Taliban Muslim illegally elected president USA: Hussein."
Palin, however, said it was simply a case of technology mismanagement.
"I've never purposefully 'favorited' any Tweet. I had to go back to my BlackBerry to even see if such a function was possible," the New York Daily news quoted her, from an email she wrote to ABC reporter, as saying.
And even if she did know how to tag a favorite tweet, she said she had been traveling that day anyway.
"I was traveling to Alaska that day ... it was an obvious accidental 'favoriting,'" she argued.
The former Vice Presidential candidate often uses her Twitter account to voice her opinions and ask for support, and despite the Coulter controversy, she didn't ease up at all on Twitter. (ANI)