Look At What Sarah Palin Shot Dead To Get Wisconsin To Vote For Trump

The former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin thought a dead wild boar would convince voters to back Donald Trump.

Sarah Palin’s speeches are usually awful. But her latest speech in Wisconsin on behalf of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was way worse.

It was a flop. Her audience was so bored, a lot of them didn’t even bother to clap for the first 18 minutes of her roughly 20-minute address.

So, in order to woo voters for the Republican front-runner in the Badger State, the former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin shot a wild hog dead and posted the photograph to Facebook over the weekend.

The image shows the 52-year-old in a camouflage coat broadly beaming while holding the ears of her hunt.

"The continued games of the permanent political class will assure a Hillary victory unless you tell them 'ENOUGH!' and vote for bold, new leadership that puts your interests before party politics," she writes. "Vote for the first candidate since Reagan who is growing the Commonsense Conservative movement."


On Wisconsin! Faith of America is in you to take us forward on Tuesday; to remain strong and independent of the status...

Posted by Sarah Palin on  Sunday, April 3, 2016


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A lot of people might find a dead boar a rather weird choice to convince prospective voters to elect the president of the United States. But then again, it’s Sarah Palin, who is known for saying and doing the most bizarre things on public platforms to make her point.

For instance, in her speech last week to the Milwaukee Republican Party, she criticized other presidential candidates, mainly Democrats, for “seducing” immigrants with “gift baskets of teddy bears and soccer balls.”

Her words were so cryptic, it left MSNBC’s Morning Joe crew scratching their heads for three days:

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