Say what you want about Bristol Palin, but you must applaud her loyalty to family.
Today is World Down Syndrome Day, celebrated annually by those with Down Syndrome and their loved ones through activities and events to "raise public awareness and create a single global voice for advocating for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down syndrome," according to Down Syndrome International.
Bristol Palin's 7-year-old brother, Trig, has Down Syndrome, so the mom-of-two gave a shoutout to him via Instagram.
"World Down Syndrome Day!!" Palin wrote. "I don't know how our family got so lucky to have this handsome boy 😍 light of our lives without a doubt #theluckyfew #TrigPaxson #T21 #mybrotherhasmorechromosomesthanyou."
Trig was wearing a winter hat with Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan, which prompted some backlash.
"Yep that's Trump's target demographic," one person wrote.
Palin hit back.
"I wish I knew who you were, hope you don't happen to be a nurse with any child with Down syndrome," she wrote.
"You are pathetic."
Palin then shared another photo of Trig with her son, Tripp (the boys are the same age).
"One more picture for World Down Syndrome Day!!" she wrote.
"Love seeing my newsfeed filled up with so much love for these kids."