Palin: ‘Rise up and and Tear Down This Tyrannical System’
Sarah Palin called for Americans to revolt on Tuesday following the FBI’s decision on Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.
“Today’s FBI forgiveness of tyrants’ illegal acts illustrate purpose in why I insist Americans rise up and tear down this tyrannical system that is destroying America from within,” she wrote in a Facebook post.
“Truly, you’re either with us or you’re against us.”
The Hill reports:
Palin, who endorsed presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump earlier this year, called it a “farce” that people say no one is above the law, adding that her heart goes out to those who have been “unjustly accused and destroyed over much lesser crimes than Hillary’s.”
The former Republican vice presidential nominee urged people not to put “blind faith” in politicians and to teach the rule of law. She also encouraged the American people to “take a stand against the Left’s devastating fundamental transformation of America.”
“Letting Hillary skate today is no surprise when the team she’s on has celebrated its administrators pleading the fifth, over and over again, sending messages to America that they’re all above the law,” she wrote.
“From the [Internal Revenue Service’s] Lois Lerner to Hillary herself testifying in front of Congress, they’ve all told Congress to kiss off, and Congress kissed off.”
Palin also had a message for Republicans who are part of the Never Trump movement and for those supporting Trump’s likely rival.
“Message to all the ‘Republican’ elites throwing in for Hillary, boasting they’ll stay home instead of vote because their particular weakened good ol’ boy is not the GOP nominee (the R.A.T.s suffering chappedass because their power and purse are threatened by the grassroots movement to destroy their failed politics-as-usual), Hillary thanks you,” Palin wrote.
“She knows she can’t win without you.”
The FBI on Tuesday said that despite evidence that the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and her senior aides were “extremely careless” with government secrets during her time as secretary of State, investigators concluded there wasn’t sufficient evidence to recommend an indictment against Clinton.
Trump quickly took to Twitter, accusing the agency of “bad judgment” and calling the recommendation “very very unfair.”
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