“I’d Be Honored to Replace Young” – Sarah Palin Says She Considers Running for Congress Following Alaska Rep’s Death (VIDEO)

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is considering running for the late Rep. Don Young’s seat, she announced on Monday.

Young passed away on Friday at 88-years-old.

Appearing on Eric Bolling’s The Balance on Newsmax on Monday, Palin signaled that a campaign is not out of the question.

“Are you ready to announce a run for that seat?” Bolling asked.

“Oh my goodness, think of those huge shoes that are to be filled when we consider Don Young’s longevity and his passion, his love, his fighting spirit for our wonderful state of Alaska and for the nation as a whole,” Palin said.

Palin then announced that she would be “humbled and honored” to serve in his seat.

“In a heartbeat, I would,” she continued. “We’ll see how this process is gonna go in terms of filling that seat, but it would be an honor.”

The former vice presidential nominee added that she has “nothing to lose.”

“When the media has already clobbered you, as bad as you can get clobbered, and the haters, you’re not going to change their mind, but you have faith that there are enough Americans who understand where you’re coming from,” she said. “I think that there are enough Americans who understand what we need, and when I have nothing to lose, as is the case today, I think it would be good for my family, even, yeah, I’d serve.”


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