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Gov. Palin: We need to elect people in November who will buck Obama’s mission to open our borders

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page tonight:

Sarah Palin shared a link.
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Palin: Exec Amnesty Endangers Foreign Kids, ‘Makes No Sense’
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Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) argued that President Barack Obama was putting children from Central America by failing to secure the border and that an executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants would put them in greater danger on Thursday.

Here is the article by Ian Hanchett at Breitbart TV that Governor Palin linked to:

Palin: Exec Amnesty Endangers Foreign Kids, ‘Makes No Sense’

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[Video retrieved from The Sarah Palin Channel]

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Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) argued that President Barack Obama was putting children from Central America by failing to secure the border and that an executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants would put them in greater danger on Thursday.

“Young people from across Central America are making a dangerous trek to America, flooding the border, overwhelming our social services.  Yet, we still don’t protect our borders” she said.  Adding that executive amnesty “makes no sense,” “for the health and welfare of the tens of thousands of foreign children who risk death to flood across our open border.  He’s inviting them over, he’s putting them in danger via his invitation to come on over.”

She also pointed to the harms of failing to secure the border to national security and the US economy, stating,  “The world’s largest and most powerful terrorist group has vowed to attack the United States…yet we don’t protect our borders, so we can’t stop this.” And “hard-working Americans have struggled to find good work and they do find good work [they find] that wages are low and they just can’t seem to get ahead.  Why?  It’s partly because the flood of illegal immigration makes labor cheap, so cheap that it’s hard to make a living.”

Palin argued that the president’s actions on immigration were simply the president playing politics, and that he “wants to pander to special interests.”

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Gov. Palin: Americans fighting for ISIS should lose their passports and citizenship

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

Sarah Palin
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There are so many important issues in the news cycle right now, but please take a moment to watch this short video about a serious national security issue that deserves serious attention.

- Sarah Palin

PS: More content like this is available regularly at sarahpalinchannel.com. Please check it out.

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Video retrieved from The Sarah Palin Channel

 
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In the video, Governor Palin cites the fact that there are at least 100 Americans fighting for ISIS in the Middle East.  She said that their passports are not revoked because of a loophole in the law that requires passport revocation  if an American fights against this country in the army of another nation.  The loophole is that ISIS is not considered by our government to be a nation even though it is behaving as one.
Senator Ted Cruz is presenting legislation to change the laws so that these traitors cannot regain access to our country or those of our allies.  However, he is being blocked by (whom else?) but Harry Reid.  Obama is refusing to cooperate as well.
Governor Palin said, “Traitors should lose their passports and the right to be called citizens of the United States of America.”  She is right as usual.  Conservatives need to stand behind Senator Cruz and those who are protecting the security of our country.

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Sarah Palin warns CNN’s Zucker to “get ahold of your underlings”

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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I thought I’d seen it all, but this one leaves me with that punch-in-the-gut, flabbergasted shock that I can’t shake anymore while witnessing the media’s free fall into that damaging darkness covering America. The media is at fault for so many aspects of the division and hopelessness running rampant in our society. It’s not the people – it’s the media perpetuating a sense of injustice and despair, resulting in apathy or desperation in homes and communities all across our country. The degradation falls on your shoulders, media principals. Though many have tried to give CNN the benefit of the doubt with their overall news coverage (in fact I’ve even been happy to publicly point out issues CNN has fairly covered), shame on us if we continue to support their unprofessional, hypocritical, and unethical news coverage. It’s truly sickening, yet strangely laughable, their underestimation of the wisdom of their audience. Compare these two videos Bristol highlighted in her latest blog post:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/compare-these-two-videos-2/

This example makes me physically sick because they spit in the face of every American who has fought for freedom and sacrificed to protect everyone’s First Amendment rights. It’s not because this issue involves my daughter; it’s because Carol Costella, her ilk, and her boss are disgustingly dismissive and disrespectful of the sacrifices made that allow them a platform from which to broadcast their hate and stupidity. CNN is lucky to have their few outstanding employees that shine through the darkness that is CNN. I admire the good ones, and hope they land at more deserving companies when CNN goes under. Zucker, not for my sake, but for the sake of a cornerstone of our democracy—the press—get ahold of your underlings. They make you look really, really bad, and they are ruining America.

- Sarah Palin

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Please compare these two videos.And now watch this one:I just wanted you to see that contrast. I don’t want to comment
patheos.com

Also see our previous post:

CNN apologizes to Politico but not to the Palins for Costello’s repugnant on air behavior

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CNN apologizes to Politico but not to the Palins for Costello’s repugnant on air behavior

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 23, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

 

Sarah Palin
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Please take a look at Bristol’s recent blog posts for her story, not the media’s story of what really happened last month:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/the-truth-about-the-palin-brawl-the-media-reveals-its-bias-against-conservative-women-once-again/

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/cnn-anchor-mocks-my-assault-the-best-audio-weve-ever-come-across/

I understand that the CNN host who laughed at my daughter describing her assault has issued an apology to Politico. (Why Politico needs an apology is anyone’s guess. No one at CNN contacted my family regarding an apology, in case you were wondering. CNN contacts us directly on a regular basis with inquiries and requests for comment, so it’s not for lack of contact information that they didn’t reach out. But perhaps Carol Costello should phone Martin Bashir. He knows how to reach us.)

What happened on the night in question wasn’t funny. It was humiliating and frightening. The broken ribs, black eyes, and messed up elbows and knees suffered by people in our party that night were no laughing matter. Neither were Bristol’s bruises on her arms and leg from being dragged by a man. My kids aren’t proud of what happened, nor are they seeking sympathy by playing the victim card – that’s why they haven’t commented on this for all these weeks. Instead, they had to have faith that the truth would come out, despite those who did the cold-cocking actually using social media to brag, “’bout to get famous!” Screen shots of tweets captured their bold intentions, and they’ve certainly enjoyed the publicity.

Looking at the reports, it strikes me as bitterly ironic that the same people who tell us there is a “war on women” have no problem laughing at the recording of my daughter crying as she tells police about being assaulted by a man. I’d like to say shame on the media and those on the left laughing at her or at any young woman in a similar situation, but I no longer think they have any shame.

Now Todd and I are headed to an exciting middle school girl’s basketball game along with dozens of other families proud to cheer on their daughters.

- Sarah Palin

Noah Rothman writes at Hot Air:

Matt Lewis shames the press for laughing at Bristol Palin’s physical assault

posted at 8:01 am on October 23, 2014 by Noah Rothman

Apparently, the usual sober and fraught political commentary that often accompanies episodes of physical violence directed toward women disappears when the subject of that violence is a Palin.

The political press had a hearty chuckle at the expense of the Palins when it first broke that the former first family of Alaska was involved in an alcohol-fueled brawl. The “thrilla in Wasilla,” some called it. One might, however, have expected the laughter to die down after local police released audio of Bristol Palin who described through hysterical tears how she had been assaulted, dragged through the grass, and robbed. It did not.

“[E]very time you see John McCain on television, remember that this is what he intended to bring within a heart beat of the presidency,” wrote a pathologically obsessed Andrew Sullivan in reaction to the audio which purports to reveal a physical assault. “This is the man’s judgment. As he lectures us about the need for more wars, and the Beltway media kowtows to his authority, remember that.”

National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke noted that Sullivan has heaped far less scorn on the sitting vice president whose son was recently revealed to have engaged in illegal activities which resulted in his discharge from the Navy – activities for which “he is unlikely to face so much as an interview with the police.” How’s that for inequality?

But Cooke focuses primarily on an even stronger point, one which was first observed by The Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis: Where are the feminists rending garments over the callous way in which a physical assault on a woman by a man is being portrayed in the press?

“Anyone who is concerned about a ‘war on women’ — but not disturbed by this report — is clearly biased,” Lewis wrote.

Enter CNN anchor Carol Costello.

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“Sit back and enjoy!” Costello exclaimed as she introduced her audience recently to the audio in which Bristol Palin recounts how she was attacked. “You’ll want to hear what she told cops about how it all started.”

Costello also confided in her audience that she had a “favorite part” of the audio which could later become courtroom evidence. Ghoulish.

The overwhelming sense of superiority some in the press feel toward the Palins simply clouds their better judgment. Costello would surely see the error of her ways if she were to read her disparate reactions to these two strikingly similar events, but, in the heat of the moment, she did not see Sarah Palin’s daughter as a women who had endured a physical assault; she saw her as a caricature worthy of mockery.

In an appearance on MSNBC on Thursday morning, Lewis joined a group of contrite Morning Joe hosts who conceded that they, too, initially covered the Palin “brawl” as a joke. “It did definitely have a humorous tone to it,” Brzezinski conceded. Lewis had shamed them into penitence.

“What happened to her is horrific, and I don’t think we should be joking about it,” Lewis said to the somber nods of his interlocutors.

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Paul Bond at the Hollywood Reporter writes:

CNN Anchor Apologizes for Report About Palin Family Brawl

2:10 PM PST 10/23/2014 by Paul Bond

Carol Costello

After rather gleefully reporting that a man pushed Bristol Palin to the ground and dragged her across a lawn, CNN anchor Carol Costello has issued an apology.

“Over the past few days I have been roundly criticized for joking about a brawl involving the Palin family. In retrospect, I deserve such criticism and would like to apologize,” Costello said in an email CNN sent to The Hollywood Reporter.

Insiders, though, say the anchor has not reached out directly to the Palin family.

The criticism was over Costello’s introduction and follow-up comments to audio of Bristol Palin describing a brawl that broke out while her family attended a birthday party a month ago. Costello’s report Wednesday was made timely by the recent release of the audio from Bristol Palin’s police interview the night of the fight.

“Okay, I’m just going to come right out and say it. This is quite possibly the best minute-and-a-half of audio we’ve ever come across,” Costello says while introducing the segment. She also said, “Sit back and enjoy,” and after the clip, said: “You can thank me later.” See the video below.

“Some guy gets in my face, pushes me down on the grass, drags me across the grass,” an obviously distraught Bristol Palin tells a cop in the audio clip. “I get back up and he pushes me down on the grass again and pulls me by the [expletive] feet.”

The political right’s reaction to the way Costello framed her report was harsh and swift.

“I suspect if these were Barack Obama’s girls in the same situation, Costello would be defending them instead of laughing at them,” says T. Becket Adams at TheRightScoop.com.

Bristol Palin also weighed in, writing: “Here’s the thing. Violence against women is never okay… Even if that violence occurs against conservative women. Imagine for a second the outrage that would happen if Chelsea Clinton had gotten pushed by some guy. Had she tried to defend herself, the liberal media would’ve held her up as some feminist hero.”

Bristol Palin, in fact, gives her version of the entire brawl, which she says began when one of the guests at the party tweeted, “about to get famous,” then slugged a family friend of the Palins at the party.

Costello’s report, though, is just the latest in a long line of complaints from conservatives about how the fight has been portrayed in the media, beginning with a blogger who acknowledged that her details were “sketchy” before belittling the Palins.

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The discrepancy has been widely noted in conservative media. “Why would we expect the media to wait for facts before the frenzy?” asked John Nolte at Breitbart.com in an article linking to early reports about the fight from CNN, ABC News, Good Morning America. Entertainment Tonight and The Washington Post. “I guess you could argue that the media frenzy would be legitimate if the story had been confirmed. But all this emanated from an anti-Palin gossip blogger who admitted she didn’t care about the truth and had no desire to discover the truth.”

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Gov. Palin: A vote for a Democrat Senate candidate is a vote for Harry Reid and Barack Obama

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 22, 2014

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Governor Palin talked with Sean Hannity last night about the importance of the midterm elections.  Responding to a videoclip of Daily Beast founder Tina Brown criticizing Obama, she said Tina was “a day late and a dollar short”.  She went on to talk about the hypocrisy and double standards of liberal women, a subject she has discussed before.  (See video and partial transcript below.)  Governor Palin said liberal women’s sympathies are with the wrong party.

She emphasized how important it is to vote for Republicans in this year’s Senate race.  “This go round, the very worst Republican is better than the very best Democrat.”  She said that a vote for a Democrat Senate candidate is a vote for a continuation of Barack Obama’s failed policies.  She called Harry Reid and Obama “ultra liberal radicals”  and said a vote for a liberal is a vote for Reid and Obama.

Governor Palin said that the GOP was handed a “gift of gold” yesterday when Obama said that the Senate Democrats running for reelection voted with him.  She warned the GOP that they should capitalize on that statement.

Hannity mentioned the dance that Democrat candidates are doing in their effort not to be identified with Obama.  Governor Palin said it was “cracking me up” here in Alaska  where “phoney baloney” Mark Begich was claiming to have opposed Obama when he in fact voted with Obama 97 % of the time.  She emphasized the importance of defeating Democrat Senate incumbents like Begich and Landrieau and particularly those in Red States.

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From her May 21, 2014 appearance on Hannity:

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Partial transcript:

HANNITY: You know, it’s pretty funny. I said this during this battle over Sharia and these Nigerian school girls taken, that it seems the left’s definition of what feminism today is you got to support abortion and demand free birth control, because when women are really being oppressed, their voices, at least for women living under Sharia, have been virtually silent, have they not.

PALIN: Well, yes, this is, you know, more application of that double standard, though, that raging liberals are known for here. As I had suggested in that post, a liberal can attack a conservative woman, but it’s a war on women if you were to question a liberal woman.

And it’s not just gender, though. It’s race, also. Obviously, liberals — you know, they can attack T.W. Shannon (ph) and Allen West and some of these good guys that are out there fighting for the right reasons, but heaven forbid, you’re going to be called a racist if you were to question Barack Obama’s failed policies.

HANNITY: Well, it’s basically standard operating procedure now at NBC News. I still to this day — I don’t get the controversy about Mitt Romney having resumes, quote, “binders” on women. I still don’t get how Sandra Fluke thinks that if she goes to George Washington University Law School, that somehow, she thinks that the public ought to pay for her birth control. I have a hard time understanding that mindset. Can you help me out?

PALIN: Well, of course, you do because you’re a common sense conservative who just wants fairness in this game now that’s being played in the arena of politics. And that game is the left will get — grasp anything that you say that can be taken out of context and perceived as either being racist or sexist, and they charge you with that. And that way, the debate, the conversation is stopped, and they get to claim victory then on that issue because they can’t argue the issues, Sean.

Obviously, the issues that are so important to Americans have to do with the failed policies of the far left. They can’t win on arguing their points of their policy, so they have to go on the semantics and the comments that are made by a conservative.

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Gov. Palin shares video of incredible dancing by Mikayla Holmgren

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 21, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this afternoon:

Sarah Palin shared a link.
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One of the “good guys” in the media forwarded this, knowing it would make my day, as I hope it does yours! (Thank you, Kate O’Hare, for being part of the good stuff in today’s print, TV and internet mediums!) Friends, please watch this short video that exudes joy, right priorities, and God’s gifts that come in all sorts of beautiful expression. Enjoy!

And now I’m headed over to Todd’s airplane hanger to ready for a Sean Hannity interview for his FOX show tonight!

- Sarah Palin

http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/26807899/down-syndrome-dancer-reminds-instructor-what-dance-is-all-about

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Incredible dancer with Down syndrome pushes toward greatness
Mikayla Holmgren has been dancing since she was a little girl. When she’s dancing, she’s in her element. Just like any other dancer, she’s pushed to be great, and her instructor says there’s nothing she can’t do. She has down syndrome, and that’s simply not a barrier in front of her path to success.

Here is the video from YouTube:

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Gov. Palin: Thank you, Barack Obama, for sealing the deal for Dan Sullivan, the next Senator from Alaska!

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 21, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

Sarah Palin shared a link.
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Barack Obama, thank you for sealing the deal for the next U.S. Senator from the great state of Alaska, Dan Sullivan!
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-Sarah Palin
“These are all folks who vote with me!”
– Barack Hussein Obama
October 20, 2014http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2014/10/20/Obama-on-Fleeing-Midterm-Dems-These-Are-All-Folks-Who-Vote-with-Me

Obama on Fleeing Midterm Dems: ‘These Are All Folks Who Vote with Me’
Monday on MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation With Al Sharpton,” President Barack Obama said all the Democratic politicians who are avoiding him on the campaign trail are “all folks who vote with me. They have supported my agenda in Congress.”

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Gov. Palin: Get with it, GOP Establishment: Dan Bongino is ideal

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 21, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last evening:

Sarah Palin shared a link.
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GOP Establishment, get with it in Maryland. Bongino’s the constitutional conservative you claim you look for. Get with it. And more power to Bongino for his healthy independent streak. He’s ideal.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/10/20/Where-is-the-Republican-Party

- Sarah Palin

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Also, check out this ad by Bongino’s campaign:

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Where Is the Republican Party?
Young, smart, handsome, savvy, and quick with a sharp sound bite, Dan Bongino is everything the Republican Party purports to look for in a candidate, yet the National Republican Congressional Committee has not lifted a finger to support his election effort. As of this writing, they haven’t even call…
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Gov. Palin recommends reading “The Rise of Isis” by Jay Sekulow

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 20, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

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The rise of ISIS is a monumental threat to everyone’s security made worse by Obama’s gross miscalculations about the rise of these Islamic terrorists who are hell-bent on raising the flag of Allah over our White House. He must listen to the experts on this issue of life and death for America and the world, and the experts have made that task easier for our Commander-in-Chief by explaining ISIS in detail in a new book titled “The Rise of ISIS.” Bristol wrote about it here; please see:

Photo: The rise of ISIS is a monumental threat to everyone’s security made worse by Obama’s gross miscalculations about the rise of these Islamic terrorists who are hell-bent on raising the flag of Allah over our White House. He must listen to the experts on this issue of life and death for America and the world, and the experts have made that task easier for our Commander-in-Chief by explaining ISIS in detail in a new book titled “The Rise of ISIS.” Bristol wrote about it here; please see: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/the-rise-of-isis-a-new-book-telling-you-what-you-need-to-know/ You can get a copy here: http://www.amazon.com/Rise-ISIS-Threat-Cant-Ignore/dp/1501105132/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1413577484&sr=1-1&keywords=rise+of+isis - Sarah Palin

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Gov. Palin: The choice is clear: Rob Maness for Senate in Louisiana

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 15, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page last night:

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Maness Momentum continues in Louisiana! “The Great One” Mark Levin has spoken and Col. Maness is his man for the U.S. Senate from the Pelican State! Last week for the first debate the GOP establishment’s “chosen one” didn’t even bother to show up. No wonder really – he’d have a hard time deciding which side he’s on. President Reagan said “trust but verify.” Check out Congressman Cassidy’s long liberal record, folks, of votes to raise the debt ceiling, votes for President Obama’s “hate crimes” legislation, votes supporting amnesty for illegal aliens, and his long record of support for liberal pro-choice candidates including the very one he’s running against now – Senator Mary Landrieu! Heck, Bill Cassidy even openly opposed Ronald Reagan! Is this the best the GOP can do? Nope. Folks, if we want to WIN in Louisiana, we need to stand in clear contrast to the liberal ways of Obama/Landrieu/Reid. We need to stand with someone who stood tall in uniform for us for 32 years – conservative Col. Rob Maness (USAF, ret.). Please check out the Breitbart article below where I discuss my recent trip to Louisiana and the path to victory for Col. Maness, and watch this video from last week’s debate. The choice is clear: Rob Maness for U.S. Senate.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/10/14/Exclusive-Sarah-Palin-Draws-A-Line-In-The-Swamp-Col-Rob-Maness-Must-Win-Louisiana-s-Senate-Race-Against-Cassidy-Landrieu

- Sarah Palin

Play Video

Here is the article at Breitbart that she linked to:

Exclusive–Sarah Palin Draws a Line in the Swamp: Col. Rob Maness Must Win Senate Race Against Cassidy, Landrieu

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee and a conservative kingmaker, is doubling her efforts in Louisiana to get retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness elected to the U.S. Senate over GOP Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and incumbent Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA).

“Those folks in Washington should visit Louisiana like I have recently,” Palin told Breitbart News exclusively when asked what to make of the GOP establishment efforts to push Maness out of the race. “The momentum, enthusiasm, and dedication for Rob Maness is real, and I’ve seen it – along with a few live gators! The other candidates have spent millions on the air bashing each other with uninspiring ads.”

“Rob’s hard work and his one creative gator-wrestling ad got his message out. He campaigns much like we did in Alaska – going voter to voter and door to door,” she explained. “He’s visited all 64 of Louisiana’s parishes in his Ford F-150. He even drove it to the event we had two weeks ago. He’s had 50 town halls and is the only candidate in the race to put forward positive, conservative solutions. He is the breath of fresh air Louisianans crave, and the polling data is reflecting that.”

“I’m so glad ‘The Great One’ Mark Levin agrees and has jumped on board for Col. Maness, and I hope others will follow suit!” she stated.

Palin has been Maness’ most high profile and powerful supporter, and her backing comes amid a difficult year for grassroots conservative candidates.

In next door Mississippi, the GOP establishment slaughtered state Sen. Chris McDaniel—engaging in what many conservatives, including McDaniel, called widespread voter fraud and a get-out-the-vote effort in Democratic Party stronghold communities to support six-term incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS).

In Tennessee, the establishment-backed incumbent Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) won an unexpectedly close primary race after state Rep. Joe Carr ran an aggressive campaign against him there.

And in Kansas, incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) is facing the fight of his political career against liberal pro-amnesty “independent” Greg Orman after beating Tea Party-backed Milton Wolf in the primary, who had a strong showing against Roberts.

But now the Tea Party is aiming to strike back in Louisiana. The unique election laws and jungle style general election allows Maness to face off against Cassidy and Landrieu at the same time—and if nobody gets 50 percent on election day in November, the race will head to an expected runoff.

What’s unclear, however, is which Republican will face Landrieu in said runoff. Right now, it would probably be Cassidy. But Maness is polling at 18 percent according to a CC Advertising poll conducted Sept. 30—a poll highlighted by Maness’ campaign in a polling memo—to Cassidy’s 34 percent and Landrieu’s 40 percent. Another poll conducted the same day by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic firm, had Maness at 12 percent to Cassidy’s 34 percent and Landrieu’s 40 percent.

Take that with the jungle election system, and Palin says there’s a good shot for Maness to come from behind to beat Cassidy into the runoff and then take Landrieu down.

“Louisiana has the most unique and free election system in the country where voters have so many options and time to review,” Palin told Breitbart News. “All Rob needs is a few more points in the polls to get him into the runoff where we know he will stand in stark contrast to Sen. Landrieu’s liberalism and 97% support of the Obama agenda.”

Maness definitely has some momentum going for him. Palin has been extremely active in this race, and on Monday evening radio’s Mark Levin endorsed Maness over Cassidy and Landrieu.

“All right, ladies and gentlemen, I’ve been weighing this one for quite a while now,” Levin said. “There’s actually one election left in three weeks in Louisiana that involves a few Republicans running and of course landfill-Landrieu running and there could be a run off among the top two candidates if neither one gets fifty percent. You got landfill-Landrieu, you’ve got a guy named Cassidy who is a through-and-through RINO and then you’ve got a conservative running by name the name of Rob Maness.”

Levin said he knows “it’s an uphill fight” but told his listeners nationwide, “quite frankly ladies and gentleman, I’m used to them.”

“Rob Maness, I’m going to endorse you for the Senate in Louisiana and I hope all my brothers and sisters listening in the state of Louisiana, residents of the state of Louisiana will take a good look at Rob Maness – he is the conservative in the race,” Levin said. “The polling shows him behind, but we’re always behind. But anyway Maness for Senate in Louisiana, that’s my final endorsement in these these races and it’s doable if the people of Louisiana want to conservative up against Landrieu, who can in fact beat Landrieu and who will be a conservative in the U.S. Senate.”

“So, once more, I endorse Col. Rob Maness, retired, for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana, that’ll be a surprise to him and his supporters cause I have given it a lot of thought over the weekend, no prodding by anybody and just decided to do so  on my own,” he explained.

Palin told Breitbart News that if Maness wins, Washington will be trembling.

“This race reminds me much of the Nebraska primary with Deb Fischer. Both races were really ‘two of them vs. one of us’ – politicians looking for promotion or longevity vs. an American patriot running to help fix Washington!” Palin said. “Electing an American hero like Rob Maness, someone who has put service over self and who has sacrificed so much for love of country, is just what we need in the Senate.”

“Rob will stand strong against politics as usual from any establishment and will not waver in the face of the Obama agenda like so many others in DC,” she explained. “He will be a conservative warrior because it’s in his blood and in his heart. He’ll stand with the good guys like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee. The U.S. Senate won’t know what hit them when Rob Maness shakes them up.”

Read more and watch related videos here.

 

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