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Sarah Palin represents the worst in American politics. Some might say that Donald Trump is the worst, but at least he earned enough electoral votes to win the Presidency. Sarah Palin was appointed by John McCain so she never won the majority of American votes.
For eight years Palin has made it her life mission to find fault with President Obama, without offering any alternative plans for anything. As President Obama bids farewell to the White House, Sarah Palin authors an article for Breitbart referencing the “end of an error.” It’s funny that Palin highlighted things that could have been said about her:
- Astronomically increased debt.- Palin left Wasilla and the state of Alaska in greater debt that when she took office as mayor, and then as Governor.
- Disrespected law enforcement.-Palin has disrespected law enforcement in Alaska by avoiding accountability for the conduct of Todd being a pimp, by Sarah for speeding, by Bristol for brawling, by Track for domestic violence and by Willow by vandalizing a home.
- Numerous ticked off allies.– Both China and India were surely offended by Palin.
4. Demographic divisions.- Palin has a history of racist remarks.
When I think back over the last eight years, there are two highlights of Obama’s Presidency that stand out.
#1. Affordable Health Care for Everyone. Under the Affordable Health Care Act, 24 million people gained health insurance. If repealed, those 24 million people would be added to the 29.6 million who would still be uninsured even if the ACA’s various programs had remained in place, for a total of 53.5 million uninsured people.
#2. Taking Out Osama bin Laden. Has anyone forgotten that it was President Obama who was responsible for finding and killing Osama bin Laden.
2977 People were killed in the attack of 9-11. Thousands of family members will never forget that tragedy. There are lasting effects to our country. I will never forget that attack, the resolve of the American people, and the President who was responsible for holding the terrorist accountable for this tragedy.
As Sarah Palin fades into obscurity, she represents the “”End of an Error.” Donald Trump ensured this end by failing to name Sarah Palin to any position in his cabinet. Bye, bye, bye.
It’s four days before Trump’s inauguration and Sarah Palin has not been chosen as a member of his cabinet, and adviser, or even a house keeper for the President-elect. There has been no announcement regarding any plans of Palin to attend the inauguration. Maybe Trump thought that Alaska was just too darn far away and Sarah wouldn’t want to come such a long distance. Sarah probably wanted to stay at home and make cookies for Trig when he comes home from school, making sure that he knew who she was.
Todd has also remained silent about any plans he has to go to D.C. for the festivities. Surely there will be an abundance of men looking for prostitutes this weekend, so there is certainly a financial incentive for Todd to be there.
Bristol heard there would be dancing as part of the inauguration, but she wasn’t invited either.
Trig wasn’t invited as the President-Elect’s advisers were worried that Trump might embarrass himself again.
Track was invited to represent soldiers with amputations,suffering from PTSD.
Sadly, Track can’t make the trip as his parole officer won’t let him leave home.
Willow wasn’t invited as Melania was worried that she might vandalize the White House, or style Donald’s hair.
Piper wasn’t invited as Ivanka thought she was just the wrong age to be around the Donald.
Inauguration is four days away. This has been the most tumultuous transition in modern history. Trump will take office with far lower poll ratings than his recent predecessors, with majorities of Americans doubtful of his capacity to handle the job. He’s at war with the nation’s intelligence agencies, has a dysfunctional relationship with the press, is fighting claims that he’s too cozy with Russia. He is brushing off conventional ethical standards for an incoming president, and he’s NEVER produced his tax returns. China has warned him about changing policy related to Taiwan. Mexico has threatened retaliation if Trump imposes a border tax.
Trump will begin his administration in a deepening hole with public opinion.
Rabid animals are characterized by foaming at the mouth, violent movements, uncontrolled excitement, confusion, and loss of consciousness. Rabid animals are exceptionally aggressive, may attack without provocation, and exhibit otherwise uncharacteristic behavior. These are characteristics we have come to associate with Sarah Palin.
Like a rabid animal, without provocation, Sarah lodged an attack. Once again we are reminded of the reason she earned the name “barracuda.” Turmoil, vilification, and falsehoods, continue to shape the political climate in the United States. On Wednesday, the latest instance of “fake news” sparked a real online controversy, putting an innocent editor in the middle of an online firing squad.
It started when a Twitter video surfaced of what appeared to be a woman taking pictures of Rex Tillerson’s notes during his Senate confirmation hearing. Somebody on Twitter indicated that the woman in the video was Doris Truong. Ms. Truong, a homepage editor at The Washington Post who was not at the confirmation hearing on Wednesday, was accused of being the woman in the video. This conclusion was made only because Truong is both a woman, and of Asian descent. The story eventually made its way to right-wing websites like the Gateway Pundit, who was credited with the headline “Wow! Reporter Caught Sneaking Photos of Rex Tillerson’s Notes at Senate Hearing (Video).”
Sarah Palin, the baraccuda, the rabid dog, was quick to join in the attack.
She was quick to condemn the woman who wasn’t there. Palin said:
“Busted. Strikes me as creepy – reporter snooping & sneaking pics of Trump Cabinet nominee’s notes today during…” http://fb.me/1pOGfKpAK
Thus without verifying whether the reporter in question ever took these pictures, Palin was more than willing to attack. It’s fake news. This is exactly the type of “fake news” that Trump has railed against.
Today Sarah has 16 posts on her Facebook page, which is also available on Sarah Palin.com. One of the stories even includes the “fake news” story of Buzz feed.com. Yet not one word of apology to the editor who was wrongly accused was contained in Palin’s posts. It seems the least she could/should do is to admit the mistake and say sorry! However it’s like the Palin family brawl when Sarah asked “Do you know who I am?” We know who she is and we know she attacks without justification and never apologizes.