|From Sarah's Fecebook page. Yeah that baby looks real thrilled to be held by Skanky.|
From Detroit Free Press
Sarah Palin, former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee in 2008, came to Detroit Sunday evening and predicted a "monster vote" for Trump in Michigan.
"If Trump wins, then America wins," she said during an interview with Fox News personality Bill O'Reilly that was taped at the Town Pump Tavern in Detroit. "They are hot, hot, hot for Trump in Michigan."
About a dozen supporters came to the bar for the stop, but several people walking by started pounding on the window when they noticed her. One said "I have no respect for you." And someone sprayed some sort of substance into the bar from outside that had many in the tavern momentarily coughing.
"I wish you had the guts to come in here and say that to my face," Palin replied to the heckler.
She addressed the announcement Sunday that the new e-mails being looked at by the FBI didn't offer any new revelations, and didn't change the conclusion that no charges will be filed against Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in the investigation. Palin said the investigations aren't over.
"The Clinton Foundation, the multi-million dollar corruption, she's still part of that and they're still investigating that," Palin said. "We don't need a president who's under investigation."
Palin was a controversial and polarizing part of the 2008 presidential election after she was chosen as the Republican running mate of U.S. Sen. John McCain.
Since that election, Palin has been a contributor to Fox News, had her own television show -- "Sarah Palin's Alaska," wrote a memoir -- "Going Rogue," and started a super PAC to help fund like-minded, conservative candidates.
While she has endorsed Trump, she has been largely absent from the campaign trail this election cycle and skipped the Republican National Convention in July. She was a guest of Trump at the presidential debate in Las Vegas last month. But her trip to Michigan, which included stops in Cheboygan, Alpena, Midland and Detroit, was her first campaign event in months.
On her Facebook page, Palin posted: "Going Rogue, again! Finally. Hitting the trail with Willow and Piper to get out the vote for our next President, Donald J. Trump. We'll hit Michigan, North Carolina, New York. When asked to travel this time, I knew it had to be Michigan -- such a special place that can soon be "The Comeback State" with robust industry again."
Palin was critical of McCain when the campaign decided in 2008 to pull its resources out of Michigan early in October after it became clear that then Sen. Barack Obama was going to win the state. She suggested she might "Go Rogue," and campaign on her own in Michigan.
But she was complimentary toward Alec Baldwin, who has been playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.
"I don't want to tick off conservatives, but I get along with Alec Baldwin pretty well. I respect his talent, I wish he'd put it to better use," she said. "Just like Tina Fey, (who imitated Palin on SNL) she should put that talent to better use instead of mocking me all the time."
Wait just a minute! Didn't Skanky call out Hillary for campaigning in a bar on a Sunday? Why yes she did:
And yes Skanky we don't need a leader who is always under investigation. Isn't that why you quit as governor?