Sarah Palin, the former Governor of Alaska tried to relaunch her political career SarahPAC, on Thursday with a Web video called “Loaded for Bear."
The former GOP Vice presidential candidate pitched herself as the new kingmaker for conservative populists in the GOP.
Similar to her speech at CPAC, Palin railed against “the big consultants, the big money men, and the big bad media.”
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“Sarah Palin stole the show at this weekend’s CPAC convention,” the video begins. “She is a superstar and she’s used that to get people elected.”
“She still knows how to fire up the conservative faithful,” another television anchor says.
New conservative superstar Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, also features in the clip. Crez introduced Palin at CPAC.
“She is fearless, she is principled, she can pick winners,” Cruz says in a clip from that introduction.
“Sarah Palin jumped in early and supported Rand Paul. She supported Marco Rubio, Tim Scott, Pat Toomey, Nikki Haley, Deb Fischer, Jeff Flake and myself.”
Palin’s CPAC speech is interspersed throughout the clip.
“Don’t let the big consultants, the big money men and the big bad media scare you off,” Palin says.
“They talk about re-branding the GOP instead of restoring the trust of the American people. How about rebuilding the middle class?”
Palin says. “The next election is 20 months away. The last thing we need is Washington, D.C., vetting our candidates.”
The video ends with another cameo from Cruz, “I would not be in the U.S. Senate today if it were not for Governor Sarah Palin,” and her signature mama grizzly roaring with a popular Palin saying, “We haven’t yet begun to fight!”
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