Sarah Palin says she plans to ‘shake up the GOP machine’ with $1.2M raised through her PAC

She didn’t mince words on the presidential election of 2012, saying former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney lost because he was too moderate and blamed the party for not listening to the desires of grass roots conservatives.

Keep an eye out: Sarah Palin, in 2008, failed to give specifics about what’s up her sleeve but financial reports show her PAC has $1.2 million in the bank

Once again Sarah Palin is showing that she has no plans to play by the rules.

She has parted ways with FOX News after a turbulent relationship with the conservative cable news channel, taken pot shots at pundits in the ‘lame stream media’ and slammed her own party for selecting Mitt Romney as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee.

Now the former Alaska governor says she’ll use the $1.2 million raised through her SarahPAC to ‘shake up the GOP machine’ and unveiled a vague vision on how she’ll get her message out to a larger audience.

News broke on Friday night that she had not renewed her $1 million annual contract with FOX News, after three years as a contributor on Roger Ailes’ network.

Palin then spoke out on Saturday, in an interview with, saying that she was working to ‘free up opportunities to share more broadly the message of the beauty of freedom and the imperative of defending our republic and restoring this most exceptional nation.’

Calling the future ‘wide open’ with opportunities, she shared how she plans ‘to pick battles wisely, and all in due season’ – hinting that she still has a fight left in her.


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