WATCH: Sarah Palin At Trump Event, ‘Splodey Heads Keep ‘Sploding’

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Sarah Palin had another ‘right-wingin’, bitter, clinging, proud clingers of our guns, our God, our religions, and our Constitution’ moment Friday to send a message to the Never Trump movement.

The half-term governor of Alaska told attendees of the Western Conservative Summit in Denver ahead of Trump’s address, “That gang, they call themselves Never hashtag, whatever, I just call ‘em Republicans Against Trump, or RAT for short,” according to Politico.

Recalling a past speech she was asked to give at an event that went unnamed, the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate related that the topic of her address was to be on “How is Trump winning” but “more specifically, it was,

‘Why, oh, why is Trump winning?”

“And you know it was really funny, to me, the ‘splodey heads keep ‘sploding over this movement because it seems so obvious,” she said. “[Colorado Republican Senate candidate] Darryl [Glenn] wins, Trump wins, America will win because voters are so sick and tired of being betrayed.”

As if she couldn’t stop herself, Palin continued to say that Republicans who oppose Trump, “want to take their [Denver] Nuggets ball home and stay home instead of vote because their guy didn’t win this time around.” “Now, you know, I shouldn’t call them thumbsuckers because they’re not all bad. I’m kidding. They are. And Hillary [Clinton] thanks them because she cannot win without them,” she added.

Here’s her Splodey moment:

Last January, the meth gobbler Palin endorsed Trump with a similar speech. Meaning, it made no sense and it was widely ridiculed. She said at the time, in part, “right-winging, bitter, clinging, proud clingers of our guns, our God, our religions, and our Constitution,doggone right we’re angry,” then she announced it’s “time to drill, baby, drill down and hold these people accountable.”

Go home, Sarah, you’re drunk. Again. Also, thanks a lot, John McCain!

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