Gov. Palin appeared on Fox News’ “On The Record” Friday night. The main topic of discussion was Ayo Kimathi, the DHS security official in charge of procuring weapons and ammunition for the agency. But Kimathi’s purchases of millions of rounds of ammo for Homeland Security (not to mention a tank and armed personnel carriers), while controversial, aren’t even the most interesting aspects of his activities. What he does while in his Obama Administration office pales in comparison to the website he operates on the internet. That site, “War on the Horizon,” promotes militant black nationalism and advises Black Americans to prepare for what Kimathi calls an “inevitable clash with the white race.” On his hate site, Kimathi tells his followers that they must prepare to “kill a lot of whites” and to engage in the “ethnic cleansing” of “black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors.” Other targets of “War on the Horizon” are gay men and women.
The Tea Party favorite said that if the government did indeed give Kimathi approval to operate his website, as has been reported, “this one is stupidity on steroids” by the Obama Administration
On another topic, Gov. Palin characterized Ashton Kutcher’s “opportunity” speech as “beautiful” and “inspiring.” She said the actor makes the idea of wanting to work “cool again” to his young followers.
Asked if she will run for the U.S.Senate, the Mama Grizzly said she was not planning on it, but she would never “close the door” on running for public office if she felt the need. Sen. Mark Begich (D-AK), whom she referred to as “Markey Mark,” supports the Obama agenda and “needs to be replaced.” But she was quick to point out that his potential replacement “doesn’t have to be me.” The former governor of Alaska said she found it “hilarious” that Begich is using her name “as a fundraising tool.” She added that all of the “far left” Senators should be replaced because President Obama “doesn’t need more help” implementing his agenda.