It was January of 2016 when Sarah endorsed Trump, because he was the candidate who would remember to keep the main thing, the main thing. Trump revealed his willingness to say anything necessary to appeal to Palin supporters when he declared:
- Sarah Palin is a person he’s known for a long time.
- Palin is a person he’s respected for so long.
3. Palin has an “incredible husband.”
4. Palin has an “incredible family.”
5. When Trump heard Palin was going to endorse him, he was so honored! You have no idea how honored he was.
6. Governor Sarah Palin is a “special, special person.”
Palin demonstrated her disdain for the Republican Party when she said that they “don’t eat their own.”
Now, using similar logic, Sarah Palin gave advice to Trump about how to choose a running mate. She said that he should pick someone who wouldn’t poison his food. Her exact words were:
“When choosing a running mate, …I would tell him to find someone who … someone who is not running too, someone who he could serve with who he wouldn’t need a taste test, a food taste-tester around him, you know? You know what I mean?”
The unmistakable conclusion is that Palin recommends two criterion for choosing a running mate:
- Pick someone that won’t poison your food.
- Pick someone who is a quitter so you can be sure that person won’t run against you.
Palin qualifies on both accounts. If she were smart enough to poison food, Todd would have been gone long ago. Palin would never run against Trump, or if she did, she’d quit before the election.
The GOP seems to be having a hard time locating speakers for the Republican Convention. Over 50 Republican leaders were asked, and most are not even planning on attending the convention. It isn’t clear whether they object to being seen with Trump or Palin, or whether they are just afraid to eat the food served.