Deal with it.
Former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said she hopes to again run for elected office.
In a Tuesday interview on Fox Business with Stuart Varney, Palin gleefully acknowledged that getting back in the political arena will “bug the crap” out of liberals and the mainstream press.
Varney told Palin that the “hatred level directed against you is a disgrace” and asked whether the vitriol has “driven you out of politics and standing for public office for good?”
“No, bless their hearts,” Palin replied. “The more they’re pouring on, the more I’m gonna bug the crap out of them by being out there, with a voice, with a message–hopefully running for office in the future too.”
Palin said the vitriol “invigorates” her to “defend the innocent and “work so hard for justice in this country.”
When Varney asked about CNN host Carol Costello telling viewers to “enjoy” audio of Palin’s daughter Bristol describing how a grown man assaulted her, Palin acknowledged that many families–including those who have loved ones in war zones or battling illnesses–have it a “heckuva lot tougher” than her family.