Sarah Palin’s fiery NRA speech: ‘Don’t make me do it’

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin gave a fiery speech Friday afternoon at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum in Houston, Texas.

In her typical manner, Palin takes on the media and President Obama. She spoke of Obama using the parents of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting to push his gun control agenda, saying he is “a president who writes the book on exploiting tragedies.”

At one point, Palin referenced New York Mayor Michael ‘Nanny’ Bloomberg and her use of a “Big Gulp” as a visual aid when she spoke at CPAC 2013.

In sharing with the gathering Bloomberg’s desire to ban the public display of tobacco products, she pulled out a can of “snuff” and started tapping on it like an experienced dipper, saying, “Don’t make me do it!

The one-time Republican vice presidential nominee asked the convention attendees to “keep the faith” and “stand up and fight for our freedoms.”


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