Fans Line Up For Signed Copies of Palin’s Book

Sarah Palin is still enormously popular with the Republican Party’s conservative base, as evidenced by the large turnout at a book-signing Saturday afternoon.

Breitbart News reported that more than 1,000 people stood line to meet the former Alaska governor and buy autographed copies of her new book, “Sweet Freedom: A Devotional.” The event took place at the Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall, only a few days after the mass shooting in San Bernardino that resulted in 14 fatalities. Palin, the GOP’s vice-presidential nominee in 2008, is an outspoken defender of gun rights.

Some people had to wait for hours, as Palin took the time to speak with her fans as they approached the signing table. She posed for pictures with hundreds of admirers and did not have enough books for everyone, according to Breitbart. She signed election memorabilia, shirts, hats and other materials. Pamphlets promoting the Second Amendment also were available.

Thomas Schmitz, one of the former governor’s supporters, told reporters: “She was so friendly to everyone she came in contact with. Sarah Palin inspires and uplifts others, and she looked fantastic.” Michelle Renfro added: “We need a great American like Sarah Palin to show her support for the range and for our gun rights as a whole. Palin talks common sense and doesn’t back down from the bullies.”

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