Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin called the latest scandal gripping the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement “stupidity on steroids,” saying the discovery that an ICE employee ran a “racial warfare website” promoting the killing of whites is “unflippingbelievable.”
Palin posted this on her Facebook page on Tuesday:
“This one is stupidity on steroids, Obama administration,” Palin told Greta Van Susteren on her Fox News show Friday.
Van Susteren said she didn’t “get how this one can happen.” While people “give the government hell for a lot of things,” she said the idea that they knew about the guy was hard to believe.
“This agency even is so big that a supervisor, a boss, can’t keep hold of one of its employees,” Palin said. Didn’t do the right background information, or continued information gathering. They gather information on all of us innocent Americans, why not one of their employees who’s in charge of security, buying the guns and ammo?”
The Department of Homeland Security confirmed Friday that the employee had been placed on administrative leave.
Palin also talked about Ashton Kutcher’s Teen Choice Awards speech and the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Alaska during her interview with Fox News:
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