Patton Oswalt’s Response To Sarah Palin’s Trump Endorsement Is Pure Comedy Gold!


Indulge me for a moment and allow me to lay my cards on the table: Sarah Palin is a disgusting human being. She takes cheap shots at people and always tries to blame her problems–or those of her family–on others. She is also, it should be noted, a grifter, willing to do anything for a buck.

Screenshot Via Fox News

Having said that, Palin’s endorsement speech in support of Donald Trump the other day was a new high (or low, depending on your perspective) in the art of gibberish. What in the hell was she saying? Palin goes off on these bizarre tangents that remind of me of something a demented squirrel would say if squirrels could talk. And if they could, they would still make more sense than Sarah Palin.

If you doubt just how incoherent Palin was, just consider this snippet from what she said:

But for the GOP establishment to be comin’ after Donald Trump’s supporters, even, with accusations that are so false, they are so busted, the way that this thing works. We, you, a diverse, dynamic, needed support base, that they would attack.

Exactly what language is that? Because it sure as hell isn’t English in the form that I learned it in school. It’s just a word salad of nonsense that the nimrods on the right seem to revel in. But it makes no sense!

Comedian Patton Oswalt was watching Palin, too, and his tweets in response to the half-term Alaska governor are nothing short of comedy gold. Take a look:

If you look closely at what Oswalt posted, you can’t help but notice what he wrote actually makes more sense than the crap Palin was spewing as she stood on the stage next to Trump and let loose with her crap. Does anyone know what in the name of God this woman is saying? Check out Trump: Even he looks pained as she’s talking.

And then Palin joined Trump for a campaign event yesterday in Oklahoma. Yeah, it was just as bad as the endorsement. Watch for yourself and try not to laugh and cringe at the same time. Come on…I dare ya.

h/t Bipartisan Report

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