Sarah Palin laid low for a while after leaving Fox News, but she's starting to grab headlines again. As CNN reported on Sept. 23, this time Palin is speaking out against the idea of Hillary Clinton becoming a serious 2016 presidential candidate. According to the former governor of Alaska, she will be “disappointed” in the American electorate if Clinton becomes a serious contender.
Palin was talking on Fox News Sunday when she made the remark. She believes that there should be continuing doubts over Hillary Clinton's ability to lead after Benghazi. Sarah Palin said that “anyone who would just throw away 200 years of military ethos and leave our men behind to be murdered” should not be in a position to take on the presidential role.
Of course Hillary Clinton still has a lot of support on the left while she remains highly criticized by the right. While Sarah Palin was on Fox criticizing Clinton, Nancy Pelosi said on CNN that if Hillary Clinton runs “she will win” and “she'll be one of the best-equipped, best-prepared people to enter the White House in a long time.”
Many can imagine that as buzz builds regarding the 2016 presidential race, Sarah Palin will become more and more vocal. Will her views still resonate with those on the right, or has she lost her appeal?