2. A term Sarah Palin misused to describe the criticism about her violent and self serving political rhetoric to defend her cause to take over the world. It also allowed Palin to paint herself as a victim so she could gain sympathy while secretly continuing on her agenda of attempting to get her opponents assassinated (Julian Assange, Gabrielle Giffords, Governor Frank Murkowski).
2. I'm Sarah Palin, and I want to be you blood libel.
Frequently occurrences of the blood libel were accompanied by a wave of mass murder of Jewish residents of the city. In many cases, the zealots would force the authorities to try random Jews for the alleged crime; these trials were, naturally, travesties.
The last case of a blood libel resulting in murder was the Kielce pogrom of 1946. 200 Jewish survivors of the Final Solution were being transported back to Poland when a boy (who had disappeared for a couple of days) told the police he had been kidnapped by Jews. The police went to a hostel where returning Holocaust survivors were staying, and massacred 37 of them.
Sometimes the phrase "blood libel" is used to refer to similar allegations against primarily non-Jewish groups; for example, many nationalities have been accused of kidnapping children to harvest their organs and sell them to rich patients in the developed world.
2: a word Sarah Palin uses when she is confused and desperate.
Guy 2: Isn't that some word Sarah Palin made up?
Guy 1: Actually it's murdering children for religious ceremonies.
Guy 2: Oh....