Trump Makes Surprise Endorsement Of Notable Conservative Icon

No one ever expected that Donald Trump would be endorsing a former Vice Presidential candidate after she lay politically dormant for over a decade.

However, the return of Sarah Palin to the national conversation is exactly what the GOP needs if it hopes to rid the party of its pro-Democrat RINOs and undesirable warmongers before the November midterm elections.

Former President Donald Trump enthusiastically endorsed former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in her run to fill Rep. Don Young’s congressional seat.

Hailing the former Alaska governor as a “wonderful patriot,” Donald Trump praised Palin for her persistence in the face of the Democrats’ attacks on her.

Sarah Palin notably endorsed Trump very early in the 2016 primaries. “We are ready for a change. We are ready and our troops deserve the best, a new Commander-in-Chief whose track record of success has proven he is the master at ‘The Art of the Deal,’” she said.

In his endorsement, Trump recalled how Palin elevated the 2008 McCain campaign as the media and establishment Republicans sabotaged her.

“Sarah lifted the McCain presidential campaign out of the dumps despite the fact that she had to endure some very evil, stupid, and jealous people within the campaign itself,” he said. “They were out to destroy her, but she didn’t let that happen.”

“Sarah Palin is tough and smart and will never back down, and I am proud to give her my Complete and Total Endorsement and encourage all Republicans to unite behind this wonderful person and her campaign to put America First!” he concluded.

Sarah Palin announced her run for congress this past Friday to fill the seat left vacant by the late Don Young, citing the economic devastations of the Biden era.

“At this critical time in our nation’s history, we need leaders who will combat the left’s socialist, big-government, America-last agenda,” Palin said.

She thanked Trump for his glowing endorsement, which will hopefully render another victory in the America First column after midterm voters have been counted.

More candidates of Palin’s ilk need to emerge if this country is to be saved from both Democrats and RINOs currently heading the GOP.

Author: Monica Hedren