|We can win, we can win, we can win!|
Media mocks Trump's "rigged election" warning to its own peril. More evidence in my inbox, this time from the Washington Post requesting I write an op-ed commemorating their coronation of Hillary - 10 days from now. This is hilarious! Good ol' reliable WaPo - continuing its embarrassing fail that's reminiscent of their forced correction after irresponsibly, absurdly claiming I joined Al Jazera; announcing to the world their goal was to not mention my name in print for an entire month (oh, what a blessed month that was!) ; and relentlessly suggesting my (and other Conservatives) irrelevancy in national discourse - assuming I'd participate in their in-the-tank shenanigans for the Globalists. (The "Globalists?" Well somebody has certainly been getting their daily serving of Alex Jones lately.) No, Mr. WaPo Editor, can't say I'm interested in writing for you. But I'd love a copy of your pre-printed post-election edition shipped to me in Alaska. Your bold "Clinton Defeats Trump" headline will be framed right next to another old rag we're all familiar with...
Palin then posts this iconic image from the past to accentuate her insanity.
However Palin also provided the actual e-mail that she received from the Washington Post, and that is where things go from the ridiculous to the even more ridiculous.
All the Post was asking for was a little write up of Palin's thoughts IF Hillary Clinton were to win this election. (I guess they thought as the first female governor of the state of Alaska she might have an interesting take on what it means for the country.)
They were not stating as a fact that Hillary WOULD win, only that if she did win that an article contributed by Sarah Palin might be interesting to their readers.
So if Trump wins obviously this article would never see the light of day, and yet Palin would still be paid for her contribution.
There is literally no downside.
But in Palin's frenzied, Trump must win or it is the end of civilization, mindset she is completely unable to entertain even the possibility that he might lose, and even the mere mention of that fact is enough to cause her to have a minor psychotic break.
This leads me to wonder just how long Palin's stay at API will be once this election comes to a close.
Don't think it could be long enough personally.