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 Sarah Palin just said two words that have Democrats smashing the “panic” button.
Sarah Palin made a splash when she hit the national political scene more than a decade ago and Democrats immediately started attacking her.
They went after the Vice President candidate’s appearance, intelligence, parenting and her family.
Years later, they probably thought their offensive game played out the way they wanted, but they might be dead wrong.
In the wake of Congressman Don Young’s tragic passing Palin has been rumored to end up back on the national stage.
And Palin just uttered the words that have Democrats screaming “panic, baby panic.”
Congressman Young was elected to the House of Representatives clear back in 1973 and was running for his 26th term when he tragically passed away while traveling home to Alaska.
Now journalists and political operatives are speculating about who will fill his shoes.
Newmax’s Eric Bolling asked Palin, Alaska’s former Governor, if she’s interested in the job.
And Palin responded “I would” — two words that have Democrats screaming “panic, baby panic.”
“If I were asked to serve in the House and take his place,” Palin said. “I would be humbled and honored and I would. Yeah, in a heartbeat I would.”
Knowing it’s likely her words will be twisted by leftist media hounds, Palin explained herself more.
“Think of those huge shoes that are to be filled when we consider Don Young’s longevity and his passion, his love, his fighting spirit for our wonderful state of Alaska and for the nation as a whole,” She said. “We’ll see how this process is going to go in terms of filling that seat but it would be an honor.”
That simple statement has to have Democrats in fits.
The last thing they want is Sarah Palin back in the national spotlight.
In spite of the beating she’s taken in the press over the years, Sarah Palin has maintained a strong connection with conservative grassroots across the nation.
She’s been credited with helping launch the Tea Party Conservative wave that got elected in 2010 with her help raising money for conservative candidates.
She was even one of the first Republicans to support Donald Trump’s election in 2016.
It’s tough to know whether she’s serious about getting back into office, but if her recent statement is any indication, it’s possible.
If she does, conservatives will fully enjoy watching corporate-controlled media hacks lose their cool if she ends up back on their radar.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.