Donald Trump, Sarah Palin

And to think there was a time I was  one of Palin’s biggest defenders. Now she’s gone so far off the deep end, she’s taking up for Donald Trump and daring to use the language Trump’s most ardent cult followers supporters (particularly that collection  of alt-right nitwits) have been throwing around.

In a reaction to the non-Hillary indictment this morning, Sarah Palin decided that what she should do first is declare people like me, who won’t vote for a Dorito head fraud like Donald Trump, “traitors.”:

GOP ‪#‎NEVERTRUMP‬ TRAITORS – HILLARY DELIGHTS IN YOU, FOR SHE CAN’T WIN WITHOUT YOU

Ironic, tragic, but not unexpected – amidst America’s Independence Day celebrations the Ruling Class put another boot on our neck to snuff liberty’s life out of We the People.

It’s a farce that “no one is above the law” and my heart goes out to all who’ve been unjustly accused and destroyed over much lesser crimes than Hillary’s.

The last part I actually agree with. But this cavalier way she throws out the accusation that me, and millions of others like me are “traitors” is the worst kind of political smear. It’s pathetic coming from a person who was once a vice-presidential candidate. It is one thing to be angry there are people who won’t vote for Trump. I get that. I can understand it. There were people declaring they’d never vote for Marco Rubio if he got the nomination. Did it bother me? Sure. Would it be fair to call them traitors? Absolutely not.

Let’s get something straight Mama Grizzly. The privilege we have to vote in this country means we also have the privilege of not voting or voting for a candidate other than the two major party nominees.

Maybe you can look past the fact that Donald Trump is more liberal than Mitt Romney ever was. Maybe you can look past the conspiracy theory garbage he has engaged, be it birtherism to accusing President Bush of knowing we’d be attacked on 9/11 and did nothing to stop it, to his accusation Bush “lied” us into a war with Iraq. Maybe it is fine with you that Trump can’t seem to string together more than one coherent sentence and articulates his points about as well as a 5 year old. Then again, look who I am talking about, she of the “Right Wingin! Bitter Clingin! Proud clingers of our guns our God and our religions!” incoherence. Maybe it is fine with you Trump has aligned himself with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama regarding people being denied due process to purchase firearms because they’re on a no-fly list. Maybe it is fine with you that Trump has virtually the same view on trade as Bernie Sanders.

It’s not for me. And that is why I will never support Donald Trump. 

Palin finishes her Facebook post with this:

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. She knows she can’t win without you.

I am not voting for Hillary nor I am staying home. In addition you Alaskan redneck, since when does exercising a God given right not to support somebody for President, make that person a traitor? If Hillary wins, the fault lies with Donald Trump and the people who supported him. You don’t get to sit there and hold Trump up as the champion of the grassroots only to whine he won’t win without the very people you call traitors.

It’s amusing this turnaround that’s taken place. People were constantly told, “Hey, don’t go after Trump and his supporters! You’re going to need them if Rubio or Cruz wins the nomination!” All the while Trump people were saying they’d never support “globalist establishment hacks” like Rubio or Ted Cruz. But now Trump has the nomination and how do supporters react to people who won’t vote for him?

By calling them “traitors.”

Go home Sarah. You’re drunk.