Sarah Palin Talks About the Minimum Wage In New Clip, Makes Absolutely Zero Sense: VIDEO


A new clip from Sarah Palin's online subscription channel,, reveals a new level of nonsensical Palin madness. While attempting to discuss the minimum wage, Sarah becomes sidetracked and her sermon devolves into a 100% unintelligible mess.

Jezebel reports:

In the clip, she aims to dig at Elizabeth Warren, but instead gets tangled in her biblical references and general muddled disdain. Here's the text to really drive home how unintelligible the sounds issuing from her mouth are:

"We believe"? Wait, I thought fast food joints, hurh. Don't you guys think that they're like of the Devil or somethin' I was. Liberals, you want to send those evil employees who would dare work at a fast food joint then ya just don't believe in, thought you wanted to, I dunno, send them to Purgatory or somethin' so they all go VEGAN and, uh, wages and picket lines I dunno they're not often discussed in Purgatory, are they? I dunno why are you even worried about fast food wages because dha.

Well, we believe an America where minimum wage jobs they're not lifetime gigs they're stepping stone"

A confusing sentiment to say the least. Should we be concerned? Only time will tell, though Ms. Palin should really consider hiring someone new to edit/write/produce her program.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP


  1. Mike in the Tundra says

    She seemed to be on the right track when she said, “I dunno.” Actually, most people make more sense when they talk in their sleep. Drunk people make more sense. High people make more sense. Two year olds make more sense.

  2. MaryM says

    The Republic**t Party’s hatred of America is terrifying.

    When will there be democracy in the US?

    Who is going to replace the obscenely undemocratic electoral system we have here?

  3. Houndentenor says

    Drunk? Stroke? No, she was always this stupid. She’s even more incoherent in long form because not only is everything that comes out of her mouth extremely stupid, but the “logic” behind it (should you stay tuned that long) makes no sense to anyone. Sadly, I encounter people like this every day here in Teabagistan. Fortunately no one has ever been stupid enough to put any of them on a presidential ticket. McCain should never be forgiven for putting this self-important moron in the pubic spotlight.

  4. reality says

    To be honest, I’m more appalled at her insults to hard-working fastfood and minimum wage earners. Her complete lack of understanding and compassion towards families just working for a living wage is disturbing; however, the fact she can barely string together a sentence is not surprising.

  5. Mona says

    That she would actually approve this for broadcast, is the most telling thing about Sarah Palin. She obviously has no self-awareness and thinks that everything she says is golden.

    How could anyone see this, and not think, that maybe they should do a re-take.

    Mind boggling.

  6. anon says

    She was designed to win votes on looks alone and did win quite a few that way, but lost many more when she opened her mouth.

    A high minimum wage for hamburger flippers will just encourage McD’s to automate more of the process into something like a food vending machine. The private franchise owners owe the parent company a ton of money when they open the restaurant and it takes about fifteen years to pay it off. Raising wages will just drive them out of business. Wages are not paid by the parent company. They just finance the mortgage and sell all the product to the owner.

  7. thom says

    …Well, well…well. Sarah has now officially proven she is certifiably nutz… but she really does make for some comedy, doesn’t she?…And the kicker there are some who watch and her inane “show” that nod in agreement with what ever spiraling crap comes out of her mouth….

  8. e.c. says

    Nice try ANON (and no surprise you won’t identify yourself since you just cut and paste this nonsense everywhere I assume). First, wages are not a business like McD’s major cost. They manage to absorb the changing costs of doing business (food, fuel, etc.) all the time without any problem. And even if they didn’t, it’s already been shown that raising wages and passing the cost ENTIRELY on to the customers would only add like $.14 to the cost of a Big Mac. Sorry, McD won’t crumble under the burden. Yes, it would be nice to think there are better jobs out there for everyone but guess what, there aren’t. We shipped all our manufacturing overseas so now we’re left with a largely retail/service based economy. So flipping burgers may be the best someone can do. And since SOMEONE HAS TO DO IT – just like the janitor and the bus driver and lots of other jobs- how about we respect hard working individuals and pay them a living wage for a days work.

    And so ends my rant.

  9. says

    and this, ladies and gentleman, is the woman the GOP declared to be the most influential woman in the history of their party.

    and they’re right – for all the wrong reasons.

    this woman is the embodiment of the dumbing down of the GOP, and the lowering of the national discourse in politics.

    back home, Rob Ford is compared to Palin – the dumbing down of politics, when you can’t win over the so-called “intelligentsia” you Pander Like Palin.

  10. mike in nyc says

    Sarah owes Molly Bloom a residual check.

    it seems as if she is actually getting even more incoherent with every passing second.

    Crash McCain has a special place in Hell awaiting him for giving the country this useless blathering hate machine.

  11. Bernie says

    Why don’t we let Ms. Palin be her silly and stupid self? If her brilliant followers want to pay to hear her bellowing, let them enjoy her. We can sit back and view her spewing as comedy and never to take her seriously. I predict that she will either quit like she did when she was governor or low participation by her followers or her sponsors will end her digital channel. But, in the meantime let’s enjoy the ride she gives us…………..

  12. jamal49 says

    To be fair to Sarah, the beginning of her schtick is missing. She had a few comments before the Warren clip and then Ms. Palin made an attempt to provide comedic commentary about Sen. Warren’s remarks. Obviously, Sarah failed. Give Sarah time. She’ll only get better and better at being, um, well, whatever it is she’s trying to be.

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