Sarah Palin warns of SECOND CIVIL WAR if political persecution of Donald Trump continues
Former Republican governor of Alaska and vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin has warned that a second civil war is “going to happen” in the United States if state and federal authorities continue to prosecute former President Donald Trump.
Palin issued this warning during an interview with Newsmax on Thursday night, Aug. 24, in response to Trump being booked at the Fulton County Jail in Georgia on 13 charges of racketeering and conspiracy and being fingerprinted and having a mugshot taken – becoming the first president in the history of the U.S. to ever have a mug shot in the process. (Related: The Resistance Chicks discuss “coincidences” between Trump indictments and Hunter Brandon revelations – Brighteon.TV.)
“Those who are conducting this travesty and creating this two-tier system of justice, I want to ask them: What the heck, do you want us to be in civil war? Because that’s what’s going to happen. We’re not going to keep putting up with this,” she said. “We need to get angry… We do need to rise up and take our country back.”
She asserted that the political persecution of Trump is likely to lead to a violent split in the United States.
Palin criticizes RINOs for not defending Trump
In her interview with Newsmax’s Eric Bollinger, Palin lashed out not just at President Brandon and the Democrats who are actively trying to put Trump in prison, but also against the “bunch of frickin’ RINOs” [Republicans in Name Only] running the Republican Party who are not doing enough to defend Trump.
Specifically, Palin slammed the Republican National Committee (RNC), who she claimed was being run by RINOs and was not providing a proper platform or an outlet for fundraising on the “collective anger” of conservatives in America that can be “healthy” and “useful.”
“Where is the RNC? They hold the purse strings to the party. They hold the funds that could be helping out in this situation. They have the platform, and they they’re too timid and a bunch of frickin’ RINOs running the thing,” she said. “So, the RNC, they better get their stuff together, or I have to ask them, too: What do they want as an outcome of this? Civil war?”
Palin is not the first prominent conservative figure in the U.S. to warn about a coming civil war. On Wednesday night, Trump himself mentioned the possibility of a civil war during an interview with Tucker Carlson.
Trump recounted what happened when the Democrats tried to interfere with democracy in the U.S. on Jan. 6, 2021. He pointed out how the protesters there had “tremendous passion and … tremendous love” as well as “such hatred of what they’ve done to our country.” Trump’s remarks came as a response to Carlson’s question on whether the former president believes the U.S. is headed for civil war.
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Watch this clip from the “War Room” on Real America’s Voice as Steve Bannon and Ben Bergquam discuss how the release of Trump’s mug shot “is gonna be the death knell for the Democrats.”
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