This statement raised many eyebrows on the faces of eminent political persons.
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Sarah Palin is a former Governor of Alaska, as well as a 2008-vice-presidential-nominee. She has been out from the hot political stage lately, but over the weekend, she announced that she might be stepping back to “the arena”. The reason? To mount a GOP primary challenge against Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski.
Like she wasn’t in enough trouble already, having a challenger that is personally supported by President Trump on her back too!
According to the report published by Trending Politics,
“Palin, 57, was the running mate to the late Sen. John McCain after the Arizona Republican won the GOP presidential nomination in 2008. The duo lost to then-Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama and his running mate, then-Sen. Joe Biden.
Palin, in her interview, said that she endured a phalanx of investigations, allegations, liberal press attacks, and scrutiny that led her to ultimately resign as governor of Alaska the following year.
Over the past several years, she divorced her long-time husband, Todd Palin, and retreated to the great outdoors of her state. She noted that in order to run against Murkowski, it would represent considerable “sacrifice” as she would then have to go to the “bubble of Washington, D.C.,” if she won.
As for Murkowski, she’s been deemed by politicos to be one of the most vulnerable of Senate Republicans next year because she will not get Trump’s endorsement after she voted to impeach him for allegedly inciting the Jan. 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol that turned into a riot and led to a breach of the building.
Also, Trump has endorsed Kelly Tshibaka who is challenging Murkowski.
But, Palin said, Tshibaka may not have nearly enough name recognition to pull off a GOP primary victory next spring.
“The kind of scary thing about it is, I’ve been in politics it seems like all my life up there in Alaska, and I’ve never heard of her,” Palin said in a video posted on Instagram.”
For the first time next year, Alaska will utilize ranked-choice voting.