Palin: Obama should go to Pearl Harbor on Memorial Day weekend, not to Hiroshima on ‘apology tour’

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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin ripped into President Obama for essentially apologizing to the Japanese for ending World War II just days before Memorial Day.

He should have honored the fallen at Pearl Harbor, who came to their deaths at the hands of the Japanese by a sneak attack, which marked the beginning of the war.

She made her remarks at a Donald Trump campaign event.

“I want a president who inherently knows it weakens us showing up, Memorial Day weekend even! No! Instead of showing up somewhere to promise, hey when you mess with the innocent, you pick a fight with America, you steal our security, you spit on our freedoms, we’ll put a boot in your ass. It’s the American way!”

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And her fans loved her for this.

Shoulda, coulda, woulda — but Obama just doesn’t have it in him.

H/T: The Gateway Pundit

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