Returning to the political stage this week to endorse Donald Trump, Sarah Palin showed that she is, well, still Sarah Palin. With every sentence a mouthful of gobbled words, misplaced modifiers and mixed tenses, all delivered in a high pitch, she accomplished the parlor trick of missing the point while going too far:
"He's got the guts to wear the issues that need to be spoken about and debate on his sleeve, where the rest of some of these establishment candidates, they just wanted to duck and hide. They didn't want to talk about these issues until he brought 'em up. In fact, they've been wearing a, this, political correctness kind of like a suicide vest."
Suicide vest references aren't as bad as allusions to the Holocaust but they're still not advisable. There were more unparseables as she took after President Barack Obama, returning as always to his early career as a community organizer, this time as the explanation for what she regards as a weak foreign policy: