There was always a chance that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was going to jump back into politics after her failed run as late Sen. John McCain’s running mate in 2008.
Now she is hinting at the next move.
Palin is seeming likely to challenge Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-A.K.
In a conversation with New Apostolic Reformation lead Ché Ahn, she admitted that she’d only run under one condition:
“If God wants me to do it,” she said.
And she told the audience of conservative Christians that she needs their support unlike her 2008 vice presidential run: “I would say you guys better be there for me this time, because a lot of people were not there for me last time.”
According to Palin, her eye is on the race as it currently stands, where Murkowski is facing another challenger in Kelly Tshibaka who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
Based on multiple reports, Tshibaka has the 45th president’s “total and complete” endorsement.
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“Murkowski has got to go! Kelly Tshibaka is the candidate who can beat Murkowski—and she will. Kelly is a fighter who stands for Alaska values and America First. She is MAGA all the way, pro-energy, strong on the Border, tough on Crime and totally supports our Military and our great Vets.
“Kelly is a powerful supporter of the Second Amendment and JOBS! I look forward to campaigning in Alaska for Kelly Tshibaka. She has my Complete and Total Endorsement!”
So it may be quite interesting to see — if Palin runs — where she would fall between an increasingly unpopular GOP figure in Murkowski and a Trump-supported rising star.
The Horn editorial team