Friday I posted an article about Sarah Palin’s attack on Trump.
Sarah was critical of Trump’s favoritism shown toward United Technologies Corp., a company based out of Indiana. The deal, negotiated my Mike Pence, the Vice President-elect, and current Governor of Indiana, granted United Technologies Corp with a 7 MILLION DOLLAR TAX BREAK OVER 10 YEARS, to encourage the company to keep only one-third of the 2100 jobs it was planning to outsource to Mexico in America. United Technologies also gets a tax credit from the state of Indiana for keeping 300 research jobs in Indiana that it had not planned to send to Mexico! In addition, United Technologies will still close a second plant in Huntington Indiana and move those 700 jobs to Mexico. United Technologies also makes Pratt &Whitney jet engines and Otis elevators. It employs roughly 200,000 people but only one-third of them are employed in the U.S. That means that Mr. Trump, who hasn’t even been inaugurated has rushed to negotiate a deal to keep an estimated 700 jobs in the US with a company who sends over 100,000 jobs overseas. No wonder Donald Trump has convinced people he is a great negotiator, while filing bankruptcy four times!
For the last 7 years Sarah Palin has served as the criticizer in chief, while she totally and completely failed to take responsibility for any positive improvements in her city,state, country, church, or special needs son. She was the person Fox News could always count on to be critical of President Obama. The implicit understanding was that if the American people had elected John McCain and Sarah Palin, instead of Obama and Biden, that things would have been better for America. Now, seven years later she endorsed Donald Trump. Now that people have taken her advice, and elected Trump, he has already signaled what a total disaster he’ll be as the next President of the United States. Less than one month after the election, and before Trump has been inaugurated, Sarah Palin has begun to be critical of Trump. There may never be a more glaring example of the danger in following the advice of a quitter. It is easy to criticize if you don’t have to take responsibility for anything. It is easy to second guess politicians who try their best and are frustrated with less than perfect outcomes.
Make no mistake. I don’t intend to suggest that Donald Trump has, or ever had, altruistic motives. Make no mistake, I don’t believe Sarah Palin ever knew enough about Donald Trump to decide if he would actually be a good President. I believe Sarah Palin simply decided that the endorsement of Donald Trump would make, and perhaps keep, her relevant. Now that he is unwilling to keep her relevant, she has turned against him. Trump’s favoritism of Carrier/United Technologies Corp is the very type of deal that Donald Trump has himself admitted to being involved with for years. Trump has made no attempt to address the thousands of jobs that are being sent abroad, or even address the thousands of jobs that United Technologies Corp., in particular, is sending abroad. Sarah Palin has done the country a disservice to endorse, and campaign for, a person that is destined to send America into further decline. It is not enough that Sarah Palin now criticizes Donald Trump. She owes America an apology for pretending to have the knowledge and experience to evaluate who was the best candidate for President. Sarah owes America an apology for recommending Donald Trump for the Presidency when he was clearly the worst candidate for the Presidency in her life-time. Sarah owes America an apology for pretending to care about America, when she clearly only cares about herself.
An apology from Sarah Palin to America for all the pain she has inflicted over the last 8 years wouldn’t solve the multitude of problems she has caused, but even a 2 years old understands the importance of saying you are sorry!