Democrats like to say they’re all for strong women — until they meet one.
Ever since the late Senator John McCain tapped Sarah Palin as his running mate in 2008, the radical Left has made every effort to destroy her.
But now Sarah Palin has one top Republican’s ears turning red.
Former President Donald Trump did Sarah Palin a huge favor in her latest political career move.
And it looks like the former Vice-Presidential candidate is already looking to return the favor.
And Palin’s most recent comments have Trump first term Veep, Mike Pence’s, ears ringing.
Sarah Palin is running in the special election for Alaska’s at-large Congressional seat, following the passing of long-time Republican Representative Don Young.
Former President Donald Trump has endorsed Palin’s bid.
And the conservative dream team could be on to much more.
The Associated Press recently asked the 2009 V.P. candidate if she would be interested in running for Veep again, this time on a Donald Trump ticket.
Palin answered saying she’d consider it, but says Trump could pick “anybody,” and added the two of them have not had a conversation about running together in 2024.
Many in the America First Movement think the former Governor of Alaska would be a big step up from Trump’s running mate in 2016 and 2020, Mike Pence.
Pence – who is rumored to be considering a White House bid of his own in 2024 – has been in hot water with conservative voters over his actions during the January 6 protest.
Meanwhile, if Trump does indeed run for the White House again, it would mark a significant improvement over Palin’s previous running mate – the late Never-Trumper John McCain.
The so-called “Maverick” McCain lost to Barack Obama in a landslide back in 2008.
He then went on to become one of Obama’s most reliable Republican votes.
And under Trump, McCain was the key vote killing the GOP’s repeal and replace efforts on Obamacare.
Remington Research – a Republican polling firm – recently released a survey showing Palin leading the crowded pack in the congressional race.
The former Mayor of Wasilla has 31% in the poll.
In second place is Al Gross, at 26%.
Gross is running as an independent, but was the Democrat’s endorsed candidate in the 2020 U.S. Senate race – where he built up large name recognition in the Frontier State.
Gross lost to incumbent Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan by 13-points.
Third place in the poll goes to Nicholas Begich at 21% – a full 10-points behind Palin.
The Begich family is Democrat royalty in Alaska – however, Nicholas describes himself as “the conservative Begich.”
None of the other 45 names on the ballot tallied double-digits in the poll.
Results in the primary will be announced on June 26 – the four people receiving the highest number of votes will advance to the special general election on Aug. 16.
The special general election will be run under ranked choice voting rules.
That means there will be several rounds of vote tallying, with the lowest vote getter being eliminated and that person’s votes going to whom the voter picked as their second or third choice.
The rounds go on until one candidate has a simple majority of 50% plus 1.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.