Sarah Palin rages about 'LYNCHING' after Instagram removes post where she appears to mock her own 10-year-old son
Former Governor Sarah Palin speaking at the 2012 CPAC in Washington, D.C. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin raged against Instagram after the social media company removed a post in which she appeared to mock her own 10-year-old son, reports the Daily Mail.

Palin's post used photos of her own son with Down Syndrome to mock liberal protesters.

Palin's image was posted on Tuesday, and drew intense criticism. It was taken down on Friday after Instagram determined that it violated their "community guidelines."

Palin posted the takedown notice with a long caption in which she compared the act to "LLYNCHING."

"CENSORSHIP is to sharing opinions as LYNCHING is to justice! Unbelievable. Instagram took down a post of my son Trig acting like a normal kid ~ which I am so proud he can do," she wrote. "My heart soars when Trig proves he’s a 'normal' kid... I can’t even explain how it tickles our whole family. But the intolerant powers-that-be, sitting in a seat of judgement, think not? The nauseating, downright evil hypocrisy from their parent company, Facebook, continues ~ but only aimed at commonsense conservatives?"