Sarah Palin Celebrates Her Anniversary of Quitting by Announcing Majority of States “Deny” Trump


It’s been exactly eight years today since Sarah resigned her elected position as Governor of Alaska.

 

When running for governor in 2006, Palin raised a total of  $468,400 on her own in 2006 and $874,000 in combination with the lieutenant governor candidate, Sean Parnell, for a total of $1.3 million.   By resigning before her term was over, Palin proved that the donors to her campaign made a mistake to support her candidacy.

Yesterday evening, Sarah advertised that Trump had also deceived his supporters by claiming that he was in favor of getting the government out of our personal lives.  Just two days ago, Trump proclaimed the importance of keeping the government out of our personal lives.

Today Sarah reports that 27 States “Are Denying Trump.”  In fact it is Trump’s attempts to invade the privacy of voters that has Sarah taking notice.    Sarah reports that at least 27 states, including North Carolina, Minnesota, Utah, Oklahoma, New York, Tennessee, New Mexico, Vermont, Indiana, Nevada, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Washington, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Mississippi, MontanaArizonaIowaTexas and Kansas have each refused to prove the confidential information Trump has proclaimed they should be reporting to the federal government. It appears Sarah may be about to quit supporting Trump, the least popular President in modern history.

 

5 thoughts on “Sarah Palin Celebrates Her Anniversary of Quitting by Announcing Majority of States “Deny” Trump

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  1. Haha. Her website is a series of cuts and pastes. She offers no reporting beyond her inserted “wow” or whatever word she can spell. Looks like she even retreated from reporting, or being her own person.

    Sigh, another conservstive woman blindly submits to the patriarchy.

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  2. Can she see Kim Jong Un from her place? Kim, Rodman, and Palin seem like a logical bunch of fashion challenged friends.

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