Sarah Palin Puts Lisa Murkowski On Notice: ”I’m Embarrassed About That,” Hints At Primary Challenge

Former Vice-Presidential nominee and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin hit the campaign trail in support of Georgia GOP Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.

She made a strong case that this election is too important to sit out imploring the crowd to “crush” the vote.

Sarah said, “This fundamental transformation of America that they have promised to do — no, we don’t need a fundamental transformation, we need that fundamental restoration.”

“Georgia, we need you to not just show up on Jan. 5, not just to win, but to crush it,” Palin told the Georgia crowd.

“We need you to crush it and to send that message, the loudest message that we can. That no, we will not implement at all socialism in America. We will not watch that erosion of our inalienable rights.”

But it was what Sarah said about GOP Senator and potential rival Lisa Murkowski that turned everyone’s head. Palin took a few shots at Lisa ahead of her possible primary challenge saying she was “embarrassed” by how Sen. Murkowski treated Amy Coney Barrett.

This is not the first time Palin has hinted at a primary challenge. From The Daily Wire:

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin threatened to run a primary challenge against GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski for refusing to back a nominee to the Supreme Court before the 2020 election.

Palin posted a video to her Instagram account on Thursday addressed to Murkowski. In it, Palin is standing in front of her home in Alaska and says that she can “see 2022” from her house, a reference to when Murkowski is next up for reelection.

“Lisa Murkowski, this is my house,” Palin begins. “I’m willing to give it up … for the greater good of this country and this great state.”

Palin tells Murkowski to “walk back” her position that the winner of the presidential election should nominate a Supreme Court justice to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week from cancer.

Murkowski said on Sunday, “For weeks, I have stated that I would not support taking up a potential Supreme Court vacancy this close to the election. Sadly, what was then a hypothetical is now our reality, but my position has not changed.”