On Hannity Sarah Palin Lets Her Racist Flag Fly

Sarah Palin was on FNC’s Hannity tonight, where things took an interesting turn when she gave her opinion on the Ft. Hood shootings. Palin stated that the shootings were an act of terrorism, and she claimed that it could have been prevented if the military would have engaged in racial profiling.

Here is the video courtesy of Media Matters:

Host Sean Hannity asked Palin if she thought that the Ft. Hood shootings were an act of terrorism. She answered, “I certainly do, and I think there were massive warning flags that were missed all over the place and I think it was quite unfortunate that to me it was a fear of being politically incorrect to not, I’m going to use the word, profile this guy. Profiling in the sense of finding out what his radical beliefs were. The simple things like looking on this business card that had this secret code word for who he actually.”

She continued, “Now because I used the word profile, I am going to get clobbered tomorrow morning. The liberals their heads are going to be spinning. They are going to say she is radical. She is extreme, but I say profiling in to context of doing whatever we can to save innocent American lives. I’m all for it then.”

I don’t think that political correctness during the administration of George W. Bush had anything to do with missing any signs before Major Hasan went on the shooting rampage. Signs were missed as the military seems to have given one of their own the benefit of the doubt. If Palin thinks that racial profiling is fine, then why doesn’t she take it one step further and suggest that all American Muslims be banned from the military?

Palin is no different from George W. Bush. It was Bush who secretly spied on Americans in the name of fighting terrorism. Palin is willing to legalize a form of racism in the name of fighting the terrorists, because apparently there is no such thing as a white terrorist in Palin’s mind. It is good to see Palin doing what she does best, being intellectually lazy, while playing to the lowest common denominator

8 Replies to “On Hannity Sarah Palin Lets Her Racist Flag Fly”

  1. To hell with constitutional rights! This is wonderful. Sarah is doing a great job of taking herself out of consideration by any political party interested in winning an election. She will settle down with a Glenn Beck style talk show and continue to be annoying, but her political future is dead.

  2. Still can’t get over how easy Palin’s Yahoo e-mail account was hacked. To think, so many of us trust Yahoo with our personal, credit card, and even bank account info. Turns out, they have no real security at all. In fact, their head of security, ex-FBI agent John Zent, is personally responsible for letting 9/11 happen. He let the second most important terrorist in the world go free to kill thousands of our people around the world in various criminal acts of extreme violence. Zent botched that most important national security job while testifying on behalf of a triple murderer of his own family for profit. Money that was used to put Zent’s daughter, the killer’s girlfriend, through law school. She works for Yahoo too, of course. They really know how to pick them at Yahoo, and seem to have no clue about truly secure business practices online. More over, they just don’t care about your info really, as long as they keep making tons of money from the gullible, and obviously very stupid public, that is dumb enough to trust actually Yahoo.

  3. Palin was hacked do to poor password and user name say if one was to use your first name as a user name and then your last name as the password (that is what she did) then you deserve to get hacked. NOT YAHOO’S FAULT she is a moron.

  4. Remember the article? Racial profiling works. Since we are so hip to copy Europe’s health care plan, lets also copy their racial profiling. They do it and it works. Check on it. Of course, most (ALL) countries in Europe do not have the same freedoms as we do here. But our are rapidly eroding. Let’s jump on one that may actually save something.
    Be suspect of any lawmaker who does not want this rampage at Ft. Hood to be called an act of terrorism.

  5. This may turn out to be an act of terrorism, OR it may turn out to be some guy who snapped simply going postal.

    There are reasons to hold off the label. Same approximate time frame a guy went postal trying to shoot up his work place because he had been fired. We don’t know yet if Hasan will more correctly be described as a disgruntled worker / workplace multiple murder. There is a reason for the phrase ‘going postal’.

    Just a few of the factors that make this a less clear case of terrorism rather than some other kind of crime are factors like Hasan’s apparent diagnosis with HIV the week of the shootings, as indicated by medication used to treat HIV found in his apartment.

    Hasan’s actions may very well have a religious component to them, or ideology, but so have other similar crimes. It is worth waiting for the investigation to produce the full picture before leaping to conclusions.


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