Sarah Palin has been on the offensive about the film American Sniper. After Michael Moore tweeted comments about Snipers being murderers, Sarah Palin has seen it as practically her calling to defend the honor of our Snipers.
According to Talking Points Memo:
Palin was pictured alongside two men, one of whom appears to be Sgt. Dakota Meyers, a Medal of Honor recipient, and the person who apparently posted the image.
Meyers posted the image with the caption “Here’s a tribute to you Michael Moore. Share it and make it trending #michaelmoore.”
Both instances of the letter “o” in Moore were replaced with what appeared to be crosshairs in the handmade sign shown in the photo.
Michael Moore has received criticism from conservatives for his scathing comments on “American Sniper” a movie based on the autobiography of former Navy SEAL and sniper Chris Kyle.
But while she’s out fighting for our snipers, she’s also considering that the country may need her to run again. In an interview with ABC:
Just before she heads to Iowa for the first major conservative showcase of the 2016 election cycle, Sarah Palin said “of course” she’s interested in the 2016 presidential election.
“Yeah, I mean, of course, when you have a servant’s heart, when you know that there is opportunity to do all you can to put yourself forward in the name of offering service, anybody would be interested,” Palin told ABC News’ Neal Karlinsky while serving wild boar chili to the homeless in Las Vegas Thursday.
When asked again if she could be “possibly” interested in a presidential campaign, she answered, “We definitely had enough of seeing that — America has had enough of seeing that — sign on the Oval Office door saying, ‘No Girls Allowed.’ I know that.”
While serving up bowls to those gathered in line, the former Alaska governor clarified, “It doesn’t necessarily have to be me, though, but no, America is definitely ready for real change.