WASILLA, ALASKA — As Sarah Palin once again hits the snooze button on her 15-minute alarm clock, she has come out in protest of the extremely fast-rising ridicule of Sen. Ted Cruz on social media and late night television, “and even among some folks in the lame stream media — you know who you are.”
According to Palin, Cruz is undeserving of the amount of ridicule he has received since announcing his candidacy for president on Monday.
“I’m the one everybody’s supposed to mock. I’m the one who should be trending on Twitter and ridiculed about all the stupid stuff I’ve said and with all the ironic images of the things I stand for,” Palin said today, shouting from her front porch. “I’m not sayin’ Ted Cruz shouldn’t be mocked, I’m not that much of an idiot, but it should be proportionate.
“When John McCain picked me to run, it was almost a week before people started mocking me,” she added. “I know Ted’s been around for a little while and shown his stupidity, obviously, but he’s sucking all of the attention 24-7 now.”
Palin said she wants people to remember how much fun it is to mock her.
“Listen, like everybody else, I can’t wait for Saturday Night Live this weekend, I betcha it’s gonna be great,” she said, “but I know that I brought more value to that show than he every will. Seriously, every single phrase that comes out of my mouth can be mocked.”