The Alaskan Senate race just got a lot more interesting.
A new hat with a familiar name may be getting tossed into the ring.
Palin, while appearing with New Apostolic Reformation leader Ché Ahn, teased a possible Senate run.
The former Alaskan governor and vice-presidential candidate told the crowd, “If God wants me to do it I will.”
Look Out Murkowski
Palin has been a polarizing figure virtually from day one.
When she was tapped to be McCain’s vice-presidential choice, most put the loss by McCain on Palin.
She was regularly mocked as someone that was ill-prepared to step into the Oval Office if need be.
Palin has always been proud of her faith, but it was that very demographic that abandoned her during the 2008 election, and she has not forgotten.
She told the crowd, “I would say you guys better be there for me this time, because a lot of people were not there for me last time.”
This is a new day, however, and Palin has regained rock-star status for her loyal support of Donald Trump.
With Senator Murkowski (R-AK) now a never-Trumper, Palin could make the upcoming race very interesting.
If Palin does run, you better believe Murkowski will use old oppo research against her in the primary.
While governor, Palin chose to resign in 2009 due to a swath of ethics probes launched against her.
She had been hammered by FOIA requests both by the Obama administration and numerous liberal groups.
At the time of her resignation, Palin stated that she did not want to put the people of Alaska through that type of turmoil.
On her resignation, Palin stated, “There’s a difference between quitting and saying enough is enough.”
She continued, “I knew that if I handed the reins … to Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell, he would continue for that last year, that fiscally and socially conservative agenda that I was elected upon.”
If Palin does run, I would suspect that Trump would immediately support her campaign.
Source: New York Post