Sarah Palin tells conservative Christian audience she will run for Senate in Alaska in 2022

Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, recently announced that she may return to the political arena, this time in a 2022 Senate bid against incumbent Lisa Murkowski.

“If God wants me to do it, I will,” Palin told a conservative Christian crowd in Pasadena, California, on July 22, after New Apostolic Reformation leader Ché Ahn asked her if she planned to do it. was running for the Senate seat.

“What I would do if I announced is say you know what, you guys better be there for me this time because a lot of people weren’t there for me last time and that’s why I got beat up in character,” Palin said. .

Palin, 57, also defended her decision to turn the government over to Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell when she stepped down as governor in 2009 after three years. She said she has the same conservative values ​​she has and that she would carry on her legacy.

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Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, recently announced she could run for Senate in Alaska in 2022, against incumbent Lisa Murkowski. She spoke with New Apostolic Reformation leader Ché Ahn at a conservative Christian event on July 22

Palin, 57, also defended her decision to turn the government over to Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell when she resigned as governor in 2009 after three years.

Palin, 57, also defended her decision to turn the government over to Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell when she resigned as governor in 2009 after three years.

After she and presidential candidate John McCain lost in 2008, Palin said she was inundated with ethical investigations, FOIA requests and media criticism that eventually led her to step down as governor of Alaska.

“The Obama administration has sent their flying monkeys,” she said. ‘ . . . it has brought our administration to a standstill. Every email, every conversation was scrutinized. So there is a difference between stopping and saying enough is enough.’

Palin remained under the radar after her resignation, but came back into the limelight in March 2020 when she was revealed as the bear in an episode of Fox’s The Masked Singer.

The self-proclaimed Alaskan “hockey mom” stunned the entire panel after performing Sir Mix-a-Lot’s blatantly sexual hip-hop song Baby Got Back from 1992.

She also noted that Kelly Tshibaka, the Alaska Department of Administration commissioner, is already a contender in the Senate race to represent female Republicans. She said, “The scary thing is that I’ve been in politics all my life, like it seems like I’ve been in Alaska all my life and I’ve never heard of her, so that made me a little hesitant.”

Tshibaka has been backed by former President Donald Trump, who made clear his disdain for incumbent Lisa Murkowski for her vote to convict him on charges of inciting an insurrection by fanning the flames that led to the 6th Capitol riot. January.

Above is a flyer for the event Palin spoke at, which was held by Harvest International Ministry and also featured CIA Director Mike Pompeo

Above is a flyer for the event Palin spoke at, which was held by Harvest International Ministry and also featured CIA Director Mike Pompeo

A press release promoting the event said:

A press release promoting the event said, “Its mission is to emphasize the power of upholding biblical values ​​in the face of extreme social, cultural and political opposition.”

Palin also gave a lengthy religious diatribe, warning the public that America is “changing rapidly” by liberals seeking to strip it of its biblical values.

“America was dedicated to God,” she said. “Our charters of freedom are written about and to God and if those who run the show today deny that and want to change that, they are looting our foundation.”

A press release promoting the event, which was held by Harvest International Ministry and which also featured CIA Director Mike Pompeo, says: “Its mission is to emphasize the power of upholding biblical values ​​in the face of extreme social, cultural and political opposition.’

Ché Ahn, who is also the founder of HIM, has previously expressed support for former President Donald Trump and appeared at a pro-Trump religious rally called “The Return” last fall, according to Right Wing Watch.

Around the same time, he launched 1RACE4LIFE, a group designed to “unite all races and cultures within the Body of Christ” to “bring about the end of abortion at the local, state and national levels,” “defend biblical family values ​​in our homeland.” ‘ and ‘Work together with the agenda of heaven to bring reform in society and revival in our country’.

After Palin’s interview, New Apostolic Reformation “prophet” Cindy Jacobs prayed in support of her political career and told her that the church would stand with her this time.

Palin remained under the radar after her resignation, but came back into the public eye in March 2020 when she was revealed as the bear in an episode of Fox's The Masked Singer.

Palin remained under the radar after her resignation, but came back into the public eye in March 2020 when she was revealed as the bear in an episode of Fox’s The Masked Singer.

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