Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin trolled defeated Democrats with a humorous tweet about Russia reportedly intervening in the U.S. election.
“Russia’s getting out of hand? So says the defeated,” Palin posted Sunday on Twitter, referring to a CIA report that concluded Russia interfered in the election and helped Donald Trump win the presidency.
Russia’s getting out of hand? So says the defeated. Not to worry… remember I can keep an eye on them from here. https://t.co/jQBCDV5O3W
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) December 12, 2016
But the former Republican vice presidential nominee calmed fears, adding “Remember I can keep an eye on them from here.”
Palin was alluding to a 2008 interview she did with ABC when she pointed out her home state’s proximity to Russia.
“They’re our next-door neighbors,” she said. “And you can actually see Russia, from land, here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.”
Members of the media and Democrats who brutally mocked every word out of her mouth in the past are not so cocky anymore.
@SarahPalinUSA After the way you were treated by the press I am so glad you have kept a sense of humor!
— Linda Matthews (@MatthewsLinda) December 12, 2016
@SarahPalinUSA very funny, keep you sense of humor.
— Rich Dougherty (@big_country) December 12, 2016
Kudos to the former VP candidate for turning the tables and keeping a sense of humor.
@SarahPalinUSA God love you, you are funny, smart, beautiful, strong, and should be a part of our Government! !!!
— September Brooke (@September_Brook) December 12, 2016
Palin’s sentiments seemed to agree with President-elect Donald Trump who dismissed the reports of Russian intervention in the election as “ridiculous.”
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