Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is dropping big hints that she may launch a return to politics in the near future.
The Republican former vice presidential candidate went on Newsmax’s “The Balance” with host Eric Bolling when she made the comments.
“You know, you are very popular,” Bolling said to Palin.
“You’re a good friend of mine, but you’re a very popular personality, you’re a very popular politician.
“You have aspirations to get back into elected office or anything more in politics?” he asked.
“What’s next for Sarah Palin?”
Palin said: “I would love to, I would never say never.
“And no, I feel like, you know, there are still some offerings that I have in terms of a servant’s heart.
“I want to serve.
“I want to help the people.
“And I think I have a heck of a lot of common sense.
“And that’s what we need today.
“And I’m not so obsessively partisan, that I let that get in the way of just doing what’s right for the people.”
.@SarahPalinUSA on running for office again: “I’m not so obsessively partisan that I’d let that get in the way of just doing what’s right for the people so I would love to.” @ericbolling pic.twitter.com/zF4iFrtTxQ
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 29, 2021
“So I would love to,” she continued.
“Stay tuned. In other words, folks,” said Bolling.
Palin hinted in August that she may run for office as well.
As USA Today reported:
Former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin teased she may be interested in running for the U.S. Senate in 2022, during a talk last month.
“If God wants me to do it, I will,” during a conversation with New Apostolic Reformation leader Ché Ahn.
Palin said that moving to the “bubble” of Washington, should she win, would be “a sacrifice” but one she was willing to make if she felt called to do so.
“If I were going to announce, what I would do is say ‘OK, you guys better really be there for me this time’,” Palin said, referring to Christian groups who she did not think defended her from “caricatures” during her 2008 vice presidential run alongside the late Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.