No doubt Sarah Palin thought it would be a good idea to make a posting on Twitter praising President Trump for a speech he gave while in Poland, but like nearly everything the half-term loser from Alaska does, it all went south and wound up biting her square on the ass.
Here’s the tweet from Palin:
Trump Gives Speech to the People of Poland, Says 14 Words That Leave Americans Stunned https://t.co/8iKHEQemn9
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 7, 2017
What 14 words was Palin referring to? She didn’t bother to actually quote them, probably because she forgot how to type halfway through the posting. However, there’s another 14 words that are well-known among neo-Nazis and other white supremacist assholes that read:
“We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”
It didn’t take long for karma to come calling on Sarah, with plenty of people taking her to task for her posting:
"14 Words"= most popular white supremacist slogan in the world: "We must secure the existence of our people & a future 4 white children." https://t.co/0hUsMEdaSd
— Nancy Goldstein (@nancygoldstein) July 7, 2017
So we're not even hiding it at this point, are we? There is no 14-word sentence or phrase in the linked transcript. pic.twitter.com/QXS4rsV3rH
— Mallory (@MdotClure) July 7, 2017
Boy, @SarahPalinUSA, self-proclaimed Nazis are really loving your white supremacist tweet. You must be so proud.
— Dennis Perkins (@DennisPerkins5) July 7, 2017
Please delete your account and remove yourself from all public speaking or policy work. You are a horrible person.
— I am Dave (@mrblaq) July 7, 2017
Very clever Sarah. Totally slipped that one by us Sarah. Nobody will notice Sarah. WINK WINK.
oh by the way you still have your hood on
— Gray (@gray) July 7, 2017
The White Supremacist dog whistles are impossible to ignore at this point. Classy move, Caribou Barbie.
— Jesse Roberts (@schleprock) July 7, 2017
Lol I see Sarah Palin accidentally used the airhorn instead of the dog-whistle
— Patrick Claybon (@PatrickClaybon) July 7, 2017
You're sooooo desperate for attention.
— Amber Rowell (@whr1945) July 7, 2017
This was either poorly worded or just stupid. Or both.
— Ian Bowers (@iggdawg) July 7, 2017
How likely is it that a moron like Palin has even heard of the 14 words reference that is so dear to the hearts of knuckle-dragging white trash? Not very, but then again, can it be proven she doesn’t know what she sent out? Why no quote of the 14 words from Trump’s speech that thrilled her so much?
Much like Donald Trump, Palin needs to stay the hell off social media without a chaperone.
h/t Raw Story
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