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Sarah Palin Ripped After Calling For Uprising Over Trump’s Arrest



Sarah Palin after calling for uprising over Trump's arrest
Sarah Palin is under fire after calling for uprising over Donald Trump's arrest. (Photo: Imgur)

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin appears to believe that prosecuting Donald Trump for his numerous crimes is a precursor to a civil war, and she’s being called out for openly calling for an uprising over Trump’s arrest.

Palin, well-known for her role as Republican John McCain’s running mate in the 2008 presidential race, expressed this viewpoint during an appearance on Newsmax shortly after the former president turned himself in to authorities in Fulton County, Georgia. Trump is facing 13 felony charges related to his alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results.

Across four separate criminal cases, Trump is confronting a total of 91 charges, which encompass actions like his alleged coup endeavor, mishandling of classified materials, and involvement in a hush money scheme connected to Stormy Daniels.

Despite the customary arrest of individuals accused of felonies, the host of Newsmax, Eric Bolling, felt compelled to question Palin about whether Trump’s arrest showcased a double-standard justice system.

As expected, Palin voiced her thoughts with gusto.

“I mean, I think those who are conducting this travesty and creating this two-tier system of justice, I want to ask them: What the heck? Do you want us to be in civil war? Because that’s what’s going to happen,” she blustered.

Palin also expressed frustration with the Republican National Committee, criticizing its hesitancy to capitalize on its resources and platform to channel collective anger regarding the indictments. She cautioned that unless the RNC acted cohesively, saying, “They better get their stuff together, or I have to ask them, too: What do they want as an outcome of this, civil war?”

See the segment below, courtesy of Media Matters For America:

Unsurprisingly, Palin’s mention of a potential civil war sparked strong reactions on social media platforms. She engaged in a public exchange with Ed Krassenstein, a prominent social media commentator, who challenged her implication of an impending civil war.

Palin responded vigorously, asserting that she hadn’t explicitly called for a civil war but had questioned whether some left-leaning individuals desired it due to their alleged misinformation and divisive tactics.

The discussion between Palin and Krassenstein escalated, with accusations of Palin pushing the notion of a civil war, prompting accusations of gaslighting from Krassenstein.

Take a look:

Palin hadn’t responded to Krassenstein’s retort as of Friday afternoon, but she continued to make rambling posts on X and Instagram.


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