Sarah Palin’s new nickname for Donald Trump has his enemies salivating – they still don’t get it

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Sarah Palin just gave Donald Trump the perfect nickname.

But the anti-Trump still don’t understand why it’s perfect.

At a rally in San Diego on Friday, the former Alaska governor said Trump came into the election cycle like a “golden wrecking ball.”

“Trump came roaring in through this primary, and he blew the lid off the corrupted and corroded machine. He was like a golden wrecking ball,” she told the crowd. “He wrecked what needed to be wrecked in order to shine light on the shenanigans, in order to allow us to rebuild because, see, Trump builds things. He builds big things. And with optimism. And with common sense. He solves problems!”

Palin made very clear what she meant by “golden wrecking ball” at the rally.

The same rally where she told the mainstream media to “suck it up, cupcake” because Trump is “we the people’s nominee.”

“People here, like across the country, are really fed up on the local, state and national level, fed up with just that status quo, that business as usual, that has us on a trajectory downward,” she said. “And there’s kind of like no light at the end of the tunnel if we just keep re-electing the same, so people are cognizant of that here in San Diego, because smart people are here.”

Unapologetic liberals, like Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher, were salivating at the remark. Christopher used his biting sarcasm to pen a hit piece on Palin, including some colorful language, and summing it up by saying: “Hillary Clinton should, between now and November, never ever utter Donald Trump’s name without preceding it with ‘Golden Wrecking Ball.'”

There were those on social media who thought her remark was a gaffe.

Fortunately others understood what she meant.

Watch a clip of her speech below.

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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