Failed Alaskan governor Sarah Palin has been relatively quiet this election season. After a bit of failed stumping for Trump early on, it was likely deemed that she was more of a liability than an asset.
But that didn’t stop the loopy lady from reappearing days before the election to defend her beloved Trump with yet another quirky Palin-ism.
Speaking with Bill O’Reilly on Sunday evening, Palin responded to O’Reilly’s assertion that polls show Clinton leading in most key locations.
“Like I’ve said before, polls are only good for strippers and cross-country skiers. What matters is that two days from now, you know, the gettin’ out the vote effort and making sure these Reagan Democrats and independents and Michigan Republicans get out their vote.”
Palin must have realized just how whack-a-doo she sounded, so she clarified:
“I just don’t put a whole lot of faith in polls, especially two days out.”
Oh Sarah, we love you, but mostly we hate you.