So, you might have heard that Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump Tuesday in Iowa. (No? If only people would talk about these things!) What does the endorsement mean? Does it carry weight? Will it help or hurt Trump's campaign?
Conservative voices came out in full force following the announcement, including Glenn. Here's a snapshot of what they were writing, posting and tweeting in response to Sarah Palin's coming out.
S.E. Cupp wrote a great analysis and tweeted this:
S.E. Cupp: The Sarah Palin I Knew... https://t.co/B56q2W13cy
— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) January 19, 2016
In an article for The Resurgent, Erick Erickson wrote, "I just do not see Sarah Palin’s endorsement bringing a large number of people to Trump’s side now." He then tweeted about it:
The Implications of Donald Trump’s Sarah Palin Endorsement https://t.co/Rxwx3XdfNk pic.twitter.com/IdiM0jEF4q — The Resurgent (@resurgent) January 20, 2016
Mark Levin retweeted this article from Conservative Review:
Yep, yesterday was very strange https://t.co/3Dn5yfJ2DC
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) January 20, 2016
The Conservative Review article led with this question: "The first thing a great many people, politicos, and non-politicos alike, said in private conversations when they heard the news that Sarah Palin would endorse Donald Trump is, “'What did he pay her?'"
What are your thoughts on the Palin endorsement? Share your favorite tweets/posts below.
Featured Image: Former U.S. Vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R), and Donald Trump walk towards a limo after leaving Trump Tower, at 56th Street and 5th Avenue, on May 31, 2011 in New York City. Palin and Trump met for a dinner meeting in the city. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)