Conservative Powerhouse, Sarah Palin, Jabs Lisa Murkowski over not Supporting Trump, “I can see 2022 from my House, Lisa” -VIDEO
Former Republican Vice President candidate and former Governor of Alaska released a powerful video focused on Republican US Senator from Alaska, Lisa Murkowski, who is failing to support President Donald J. Trump in his Constitutional duty to nominate a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died a week ago, leaving the seat vacant.
“Lisa,I can see 2022 from my house,” Sarah Palin said, in what appears to be an announcement that she will run for US Senate, to take Murkowski’s seat if Murkowski doesn’t support Trump on his SCOTUS pick.
Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022.
While Democrats demand that the seat be filled by them, and Murkowski has joined the Democrats, Trump has reminded them all that no matter the outcome of the Nov. election, even if his challenger Democrat Joe Biden should win, it is Trump’s duty to name a replacement since he is President with the authority and responsibility to carry out those duties, until Jan 20th, 2021.
Oddly, the Democrats, including Biden himself, inisist that it is Biden’s responsibilty and duty to choose the next Supreme Court Justice.
And Murkowski, who receives campaign funding from, and supports the federal funding of Planned Parenthood, aligns with Democrats on their view of the importance of choosing a Justice who will dominate the court with pro-abortion rulings, in the tradition of far-left activist Ginsburg.
Murkowski was brought to heel once before by the powerful chair of the Judiciary Committee over the previous Trump nomination for Supreme Court Justice, Bret Kavanaugh.
Here Murkowski is seen during the wreckless Democrat circus show, for the Kavanaugh Senate Confirmation, submitting to her dominant superior, Democrat Senator from California, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Diane Feinstein.
Palin’s video is sure to put some pressure on Murkowski. Palin was “Trumpy” before the country fell in love with Trump. Palin is widely regarded as a Conservative icon for her bold defense of America and American sovereignty.
Palin was the running mate for leftist Republican John McCain in 2008 and yet treated horribly by the American mainstream media and DC establishment. Palin was a trailblazer in 2006 as Alaska’s Governor, and still has a national name for the type of politics Trump brought to DC and the world.
It is highly likely that people in Alaska will love this video, tired of seeing their Republican Senator submissive and fearful in front of a radical leftist like Feinstein.
In the video, Palin is making reference to a time when the mainstream media and Democrats tried to smear Palin with a made-up story about Palin saying she could see “Russia from my house”, in an attempt to discredit her and call her a Russian Spy.
The propaganda originated from a Saturday Night Live Sketch and was then was purposefully misapplied to Plain, and the media repeated the lies as if it had come from Palin, in a massive campaign to cause national embarrassment for Palin.
Palin never backed down. In this brilliant video Palin doubles down:
“Do what Americans sent you to do, Lisa” Palin said.
According to Must Read Alaska:
“In a somewhat humorous video posted on Instagram, former Gov. Sarah Palin called out Sen. Lisa Murkowski, saying Palin “can see 2022” from her house.
The video, which appears to be purposefully home produced, shows Palin showing off her house and talking about how much she likes it, as she sports leather work gloves on a blustery fall day.
But then she says “But I’m willing to give it up, for the greater good of this country and this great state.”
“If you can’t find it within yourself to do the right thing this time, and at least give a fair shake to the Supreme Court nominee that your president will be bringing before you … and do what the majority of Americans want you to do, what you were sent to Washington, D.C. to do…”
“And that’s why it’s so important. You’re thinking you’re going to go rogue … This isn’t the time, this isn’t the place,” said Palin, who authored the book titled “Going Rogue.”.