Breitbart News interviewed former Alaska governor & 2008 VP nominee Sarah Palin on Saturday. In the interview she completely slammed the Obamacare-Lite bill and all of the neocons who concocted it.

Palin came out a-swingin’ for the neocons in the GOP. She said “I do want to speak about this, but I am tempted to say not another word from our fearless leaders about this new form of Obamacare that I’m going to call RINO-care—not another word from them until we are definitively told that there is no provision whatsoever allowing Congress to exempt itself whatsoever with this law,”

Palin also slammed Obamacare-Lite by labeling it as more “government-controlled healthcare” that is “unaffordable, unsustainable, unwanted, unconstitutional continuation of government-run medicine.” She then said the new bill is just a “quasi-reformed proposal” with an “aspect of socialism” still lingering.

Palin always tells it like it is and is the opposite of politically-correct. Makes me wonder why she ever decided to run with that traitorous warmonger, McCain?

Palin noted that Paul Ryan’s new version of Obamacare still has penalties, even if more subtle. Breitbart News accurately described it as: “Under Obamacare, those who do not comply, pay a tax to the federal government. Under Ryan’s plan, those who not comply, pay a fee to the insurance companies.”

Obamacare-Lite is much better than Obamacare .. but it still sucks, in all honesty.

Palin noted that the GOP House leadership needs to reveal which lobbyists were involved in creating the new healthcare bill. Currently they have not revealed that answer to the public. Palin also noted that there is a potential for politicians to alleviate fees for those in the private sector, under this new bill.

Palin just eviscerated the neocon leaders and said . “The people want to know with this RINO-Care, we know that it helps Big pharma and big lobbyists who need big government to stay in business

Palin then joked that it would help if these corrupted Republicans would wear their sponsors like NASCAR.

“It would be really helpful if every single one of these politicians would do like the NASCAR drivers do—and it’s been said before—but let them wear their sponsors plastered all over their three-piece suits when they show up so we know what side they’re on and who they’re actually doing their bidding for.”

Trump and Pence have drained the swamp in a major fashion. Trump brought in a slew of outsiders and successful businesspeople that he knows .. he did this because his own party is filled with many politicians he can’t trust, and politicians who are corrupted. Despite Trump bringing in people he can trust, there are many people in his own party who are now tagging along with their own backdoor dealings. Trump and Pence are not apart of it, and neither is their administration .. but there are still cronies in the GOP, as we all know.

Palin also praised many conservatives, such as Senator Paul, for standing against the new bill. Palin criticized neoconservative leaders for trying to rush Obamacare Lite through. .  They passed it with their rushed-through process of theirs. It’s very important that the people are allowed to see what’s in the bill before its first draft so we know what their thinking is, so we know what the difference is between Obamacare and RINO-Care.” I’m not sure if Palin is alignining Pence with the RINOs who are trying to rush through Obamacare Lite, but if she is then I disagree with her. Pence has proven himself to be a patriot time-and-time again (opposing the fraudulent Wall St. Bailout for one thing, despite his entire party going for it .. and defending Trump against Russian attacks, unlike a fat chunk of the GOP who act as if Trump is a Russian spy) Sessions is a longtime Republican insider but he’s not corrupt, and neither is Pence. Most longtime insiders are corrupt but every now and then you find a pretty diamond in chunks of coal. (Trump is actually an example of that. Trump is an elitist yet rejects the globalist plan and it not a megalomaniac like so many eugenicist billionaires are. Trump wasn’t apart of that fruitcake ‘liberal’ billionaire Bohemian Grove cult like most people of his stature are. Trump  knows about it, but he is a real man and isn’t a part of that stuff.)

Palin also added that she is clueless on why the GOP is “even giving an inch on aspects of socialized medicine via this new RINO-care proposal. Palin then said that so many of these neocons claim that “they want freedom” and “want a free market to drive the insurance system that we have in America” yet the same neocons are suddenly okay with goverment remaining in control with this new bill. “Government actually has a lien on our health because they lord over us penalties if we want to opt out of a big government mandate.” Breitbart News then asked what she would say to Paul Ryan about this new bill proposal. She said “want Paul Ryan to listen to the people who are suggesting that, okay, if government is going to be this involved in our healthcare system and choices, then allow the states to take this over. Get it out of big government’s hands. The most responsive level of government is that which is closest to the people. If you’re not going to allow individuals to have the freedoms and the autonomy and the choices provided in their health care, at least let it be a states’ rights issue. So that’s one.then let’s talk about the tort reform that I still don’t see in the new proposal,” Palin continued. “I’d like Paul Ryan to address that more clearly. I’d like him to really talk about how he proposes to tackle the waste and the fraud in the healthcare system. I’d really like him to talk about the interstate commerce allowance now because we know that that has caused a lack of competition, and I really want him to address just that good old American freedom of choice. How can he convince the American people that this isn’t just still big government in bed with big pharma and big Wall Street and sticking it to the people with all its globaloney that was part of Obamacare. How is this RINO-care any different?”” Palin then finished the interview by stating she has full-fledged confidence that President Trump will put Paul Ryan back in his place and fix the whole bill before it gets too out of hand.

“He will step in and fix it.. I have great faith that President Trump is one who will fulfill campaign promises. He already has a track record of doing so well in these first months, I’m just really proud to have been part of the constituency that wanted him in there and worked hard to get him in there. So, yeah, I’m sure that President Trump is going to do the right thing and listen to all sides, of course, but understand, especially, that as a businessman, he’s going to understand whether this makes sense in his vision of how to grow businesses and how to get government off our back and back on our side. How will we create a smaller, smarter government with a proposal like this that basically allows for the continuation of a growth of government? That’s what any aspect of Obamacare or RINO-care does. So asking President Trump specifically about how running a business, not a Wall Street business, but mom-and-pop main street business, how does RINO-care help their business get to grow and drive and survive in this economy?”-Sarah Palin

Palin endorsed Trump early on in the campaign, way before any establishment neoconservative Republicans could even bare the sight of the people’s choice Donald Trump. Palin obviously took much heat from the neocon insiders of her own party for endorsing Trump so early on, back when her own party was against him (a large section of the GOP still is now more than ever). Despite Palin and Trump’s friendship and Palin’s confidence in Trump, she hasn’t shied away from criticizing the POTUS when she sees a need to. She only has criticized him once and that was over the Carrier deal which she labeled as ‘crony capitalism.’ I see Palin’s point but Trump is not bought out by anyone and he was just utilizing his negotiation skills as a businessman to save any amount of jobs he could for American workers, since Obama didn’t care for them. So if Trump outright made a tax-break deal for Carrier now, then I could possibly get behind her ‘crony capitalism’ derogative .. but in the context of the situation, with Trump being a man of the blue-collared workers, and being a great negotiator on his feet, and a quick-thinking problem solver .. along with the fact he was still Prez-elect & it was Christmas time, so Trump was just trying to keep the season jolly for many Indiana families .. I, and most patriots, see nothing wrong with the Carrier deal. Especially since Obama basically gave Carrier employees the cold-shoulder.

Click here to read and listen to Palin’s full chat with Breitbart News.