Palin endorsing Trump has a lot of people scratching their heads asking, “What the hey?” Including me. Which bears reason for looking beneath the surface. The media acknowledges the endorsement, but few can answer – why?
When Palin joined the ranks of McCain in his presidential run, that exposed her to the ideologies of Neoconservatism. Neoconservatism was actually a movement created by Democrats in the 1960’s who held different views of domestic and foreign policies. Many within the early movement were Zionists who advocated for democracy through military force. Leo Strauss was considered the father of neoconservatism teaching that, “perpetual deception of the citizens by those in power is critical because they need to be led, and they need strong rulers to tell them what’s good for them.” McCain and Palin share the views of war mongering and US intervention – neoconservative ideals.
When McCain was running for election his primary adviser was Randy Scheunemann, whose advisory qualifications include George Soros Open Society Institute. It was Scheunemann who advocated for McCain to pull in Sarah Palin as his VP running mate.
And while Palin has attempted to define herself as a Tea-Party Republican, her stance on wars and bombing and military rule continue to define her priorities. As in – call a country evil and wipe them off the face of this earth… Another neoconservative advocated for Palin to join McCain, William Kristol, a political analyst and pundit.
Kristol, Scheunemann, Palin and McCain were demonstrative advocates for the coup in Ukraine, the Gulf War, Iraq War, Kosovo War, War in Afghanistan and even supported Obama in the Libyan war. McCain openly befriends the befuddled Soros and their entanglement has been recognized for many years. McCain created the Reform Institute in 2001. Funding for the Institute came from Soros and Kerry as well as a number of pro-abortion foundations. The current President of Reform Institute is Juan Hernandez an ‘open borders freeway’ advocate whose roots are in the Liberal Party and Soros.
McCain has been openly against both Trump and Cruz although his dispassion for Cruz is preeminent. Palin has spent her time since resigning as Governor of Alaska co-writing books which have earned her lucrative royalties – just one is estimated to be upwards of $9 million. Given the enormity of sums flying her way, it has been alluded that she would make a play for running for President. But she still doesn’t have the following.
Along comes Trump. Trump who only recently changed his political party from Independent to Republican in 2012, was a Democrat in the eighties and then again from 2001 to 2009. If Palin was indeed a staunch Tea-Partier, I doubt she would be backing the neoRepublican Trump which means her policies and stances are more aligned with neoconservatism as she learned from McCain. There are three possible motives for her backing Trump: 1. she is looking for a White House position and made a deal, or 2. she and Trump both share a Soros backing, or 3. Soros was wringing his hands trying to figure out how to dismantle the Cruz Trump out of reach candidates when his Republican favorite was Rubio. If in fact Palin moved to the Soros camp when she was introduced by McCain, Soros may have called her in to bring Trump down.
How? While Trump may believe that a Republican woman endorsing him defrays his crass remarks about women in the past and thus give him a boost, it could also spell disaster as Palin is considered a bit ‘out there in la-la land’ by a lot of Republican and Democrat voters, never mind the GOP Party.
On the other hand, if Trump and Palin are both in the Soros camp and this is all a magic trick with mirrors and wires, then we are in trouble. If McCain moves to the Trump camp – that would be a clear signal that the Soros agenda is confirmed.