Palin sued the New York Times in 2017 regarding an editorial she said accused her of inciting the 2011 shooting of former Representative Gabby Giffords.
Former Governor Palin claimed AOC uses the topics of gender and sexuality to deflect away from what she described as her failures.
The former Republican vice presidential candidate vowed to get the COVID-19 vaccine "over my dead body" at a Turning Point USA event in Arizona.
"As a wine-drinking bisexual triathlete, I know what the average American wants," Cecily Strong said while playing the Arizona senator.
The former Alaska governor described herself as a "white, common sense conservative" who believed in science.
Palin called the New York Democrat a "fake feminist," which led to AOC responding on Twitter about starting a fund for abortion providers in Texas.
"We have more of a chance of seeing him resign, than we do of him being impeached," the former Alaska governor said on Saturday.
The former governor of Alaska told a religious event that she would hope to have better support from Christians if she returned to politics.
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In September, the former Alaska governor threatened to unseat Murkowski in the 2022 elections if she went "rogue" again.
The former vice presidential candidate called Obama the master of "personal destruction" politics.
"It's so real. The GOP establishment, that machine. They don't like Trump and they never liked me," Palin told Newsmax Friday evening.
The Grammy-winning singer said she was "absolutely thrilled" to be hosting SNL after first appearing on the show as a musical guest in 2008.
"Can anyone explain this to me?" one user wrote in response to a strangely edited clip featuring the former governor, which is making the rounds online.
"Now that's *TWO* fallen GOP Vice Pres candidates going after a freshman Congresswoman that's not even sworn in yet," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who has made her own share of blunders, joined the right-wing chorus against newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Palin was worried on the recent episode of "Teen Mom OG" about her son witnessing the hostility of her divorce from Meyer.
"They'll censor my post of my most favorite person in the world ... Inexplicable," Palin wrote. "Unbelievable … And scary."
Shawn Christy, 26, of McAdoo, Pennsylvania, remained a fugitive for 100 days. On Friday afternoon, he was captured in Ohio. He faces federal charges for transmitting in interstate commerce communications "threats to harm, injure, and kill a police chief, other law enforcement officers, and a district attorney and President Donald J. Trump," according to the federal criminal complaint.
Cohen posed as a wounded veteran and tricked Palin into an interview for his upcoming project.
The former Alaska governor famously bragged about being able to see Russia from Alaska.
"That's not what Senator McCain has told me all these years," Palin said.