Earlier today on Fox News, Sarah Palin reacted to President Obama‘s comment on Friday that he’s not going to be “scrambling jets” to track down Edward Snowden. Palin said that the NSA leaks have raised some serious questions about “the government’s violation of our Fourth Amendment rights to privacy and against searches and seizures of our property,’ but Snowden should come back to the United States and answer for what he’s done. However, she saved her harsher criticism for “community organizer” Obama for leading from behind in the effort to get Snowden back to the United States.
Palin declared that “government has lied to us” about collecting Americans’ communications, but acknowledged that if Snowden violated the law, “he needs to get back here and answer to the rule of law.”
Palin then addressed Obama’s comments not making a big deal over getting Snowden back.
“But with Obama deciding to just–oh, I guess–lead from behind on this issue too, that’s the community organizer in our president. That’s a little bit of that lackadaisical–eh, you know, don’t have to take responsibility and his resumé proves that he hasn’t had to take responsibility for much in all these years. This is just another issue, another example, that falls in line with a community organizer.”
Watch the video below, courtesy of Fox News:
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