Palin blasts ‘good old boy’ Hillary Clinton in bizarre speech
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The former half-term governor of Alaska and failed Republican vice presidential candidate spoke Sunday at the Politicon 2016 conference in Pasadena, California, where she slammed Hillary Clinton as a member of the “good old boys club.”
“They whispered that they’re going to throw in for Hillary against the will of the people in their own primary, and this exposed the establishment’s con game,” Palin said. “More people learn it doesn’t matter to the Beltway bubble boys and girls which side wins elections, as long as they get to keep their titles and their ratings and their power and their purses full. They win, we lose.”
She accused the GOP establishment of disloyalty for allowing President Barack Obama to pursue endless foreign wars with no clear strategy, and she blamed them for allowing “unvetted illegals” to steal American jobs after crossing an unsecured border.
Now those same Republicans are attacking Trump for being insufficiently conservative, Palin said.
“The establishment, those profiles in pudding, they bent over for all those things, and now they fret about ideological, lily-white purity,” she said. “The engine roared as they were busted for that. They claimed to then — well, all we had for fuel was anger. I thought, ‘What gall.’ They lectured us for being too passionate about our country’s future? Yeah, they stomp on our neck and then tell us to just chill out.”