Sarah Palin Is Attacking Mitt Romney Because Romney Was Mean To Donald Trump


 

Donald Trump, Don’t Take the BaitThe “machine’s” deception and nonsensical attack on Trump isn’t really an attack on the candidate, it’s an attack on conscientious, hardworking, patriotic Americans who know we need a revolution to stop the complicit politicians who are fundamentally transforming America. We found the revolutionary. Donald Trump is the shock the Permanent Political Class needs to wake them up… to destroy their selfish cabal… to respect the will of the people… to make America safe and solvent… to make America great again. Don’t take the bait, Mr. Trump. It’s not about you. It’s about us. And we’ve got your back. – Sarah Palin https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zSpQaqoTnnMhttp://theconservativetreehouse.com/

Posted by Sarah Palin on Thursday, March 3, 2016

Since receiving her endorsement prior to the Iowa caucus, the Donald Trump campaign has kept its Sarah Palin card close to the vest, but Mitt Romney’s Thursday morning rebuke of the GOP front-runner spurred Palin to return fire.

The video, posted to Palin’s Facebook page, calls into question Romney’s credentials as a “great conservative.”

“The ‘machine’s’ deception and nonsensical attack on Trump isn’t really an attack on the candidate,” Palin wrote under the Facebook video, “it’s an attack on conscientious, hardworking, patriotic Americans who know we need a revolution to stop the complicit politicians who are fundamentally transforming America. We found the revolutionary. Donald Trump is the shock the Permanent Political Class needs to wake them up…to destroy their selfish cabal…to respect the will of the people…to make America safe and solvent…to make America great again.”

“Don’t take the bait, Mr. Trump. It’s not about you. It’s about us. And we’ve got your back.”

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