AMES, Iowa (The Adobo Chronicles) – The Washington Post is reporting that Sarah Palin returned to center stage of a presidential campaign yesterday, a few years older but still wearing her signature rimless eyeglasses. Her auburn hair is bouncier. And her keen ability to capture the spotlight is not at all diminished. The former Alaska governor was in Ames, Iowa, to endorse GOP front-runner Donald Trump. She did so wearing a black pencil skirt topped off with a mini-black cardigan studded with what resembled needle-thin, glistening stalactites. On television, as all that black blurred together, she looked a bit like she was wearing a bedazzled choir robe. She even shouted out for a “Hallelujah!”
But our fashion reporter for The Adobo Chronicles noticed something that nobody else did.
Buried in those stalactites were patches and transparent bags of bullets, a no-nonsense political statement about the Second Amendment which both Trump and Palin are strong advocates for.
Upon further investigation, we found that that Palin was paid by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to wear what she wore at the rally.
Palin’s take? $2 Million!
It wasn’t clear whether the bullets were live or just empty shells. Palin has not returned our phone calls.