Conservative Sarah Palin responded to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s criticism in typical firebrand fashion Saturday, saying she didn’t need a lecture from an “incompetent.”
Holder said in an interview with ABC last week that “people talking about taking their country back” have directed “racial animus” toward him and President Barack Obama, before attacking Palin for her calls to impeach the president.
“She wasn’t a particularly good vice presidential candidate,” he said. “She’s an even worse judge of who ought to be impeached and why.”
The former governor of Alaska was up to the task in responding to Holder’s partisan charge.
“I don’t need lectures from Eric Holder, a guy – get this – so incompetent that he denied voter fraud existed even after someone claimed that they were Eric Holder and they got his ballot and they voted in D.C.,” Palin told attendees at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver.
She called Holder’s allegations of racism a “disgusting, false charge.”
“Try to get it,” Palin said. “Illegal immigration hurts all Americans — all races and backgrounds.”
And she stood by her call for impeachment.
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