Sarah Palin: “Hitting the trail with Willow and Piper to get out the vote for our next President”

Governor Palin posted on Facebook:


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Going Rogue, again! Finally.

Hitting the trail with Willow and Piper to get out the vote for our next President, Donald J. Trump. We’ll hit Michigan, North Carolina, New York.

When asked to travel this time, I knew it had to be Michigan – such a special place that can soon be “The Comeback State” with robust industry again. Love it. Personally close to the heart as my son lived there for AAA hockey. Politically, long story but this is where the whole “she went rogue!” thing started in ’08, leading to my book, “Going Rogue” (even kicked off the most fun book tour ever there!).

Now, Michigan, it’s up to you and every one of these United States to Go Rogue for America. Get out the vote for Trump/Pence – it is time you Make America Great Again!…/sarah_palin_draws_thousands_in.h…

Sarah Palin


Governor Palin shared a link:

Sarah Palin draws thousands in Michigan for tour on her book, ‘Going Rogue’

November 18, 2009

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — College students ditched class, employees skipped work and some huddled in the cold overnight just to make sure they get an orange wristband Wednesday that would let them meet Sarah Palin.

Thousands gathered outside a Barnes & Noble and chanted “Palin! Palin! Palin!” for the kickoff of the former Republican vice presidential candidate’s “Going Rogue” book tour, which has taken on the feel of a political pep rally.

“She’s a person of faith, she has a family, she has gone through a lot of the trials and tribulations we have. I’d vote for her in a heartbeat,” said Lana Smith, a dispatcher at a bus company who took the day off work and had been waiting in line since 5:30 a.m.

“Someday I hope her name is up in lights and I’ll have had the privilege of meeting her,” Smith said.

County music played as Palin’s tour bus, painted to resemble the cover of her book, pulled up to the Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids.

“I just can’t tell you how good it is to be back in Michigan,” the former Alaska governor told the crowd, which chanted “Palin! Palin!” (read more)






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