In a statement made by a top Donald Trump transition official and close Palin aide, Sarah Palin is under consideration for secretary of veteran's affairs.
Palin said that the loudspeaker that has been provided to her is a great opportunity for her to be productive in helping those who are in desperate need.
Being the largest government agency, the Department of Veterans has 300,000 federal employees with a budget allocation of $182 billion for the year 2017.
According to Palin's son-in-law, Dakota Meyer who is a Medal of Honor recipient, Sarah is very enthusiastic and passionate about veterans. Dakota posted a video on his Facebook page in which Sarah Palin's gives a speech that was focused on her connection to the Veterans community and her work with the vets. In her speech, Sarah hits the VA bureaucracy adding that it will harm the vets.
In her speech, Sarah shares her ideas on the critical issues facing the vets. She recommends that the vets can use their military skills to return to the workforce after which they will be in a position to secure benefits. Sarah also criticized Barack Obama.
Sarah criticizes the out-going president Barack Obama for blaming the victims, she adds that while Christians are bowing their heads to pray for him, the radical Isla mists desire to invade the country and cut his head off. She adds that the only thing that was preventing the attack was the military. In conclusion, Sarah urged President Obama to honor and thank the vets if he loves freedom.
Scott Brown a former Massachusetts Sen is also running for the VA position; he had a meeting with President-elect on the 21st of November in the Trump Tower where he told reporters that he had a great meeting with Donald Trump concerning the position. Mr. Scott added that the two discussed about their passion in working with the veterans. There are other names that are being considered for this position such include Gen. Keith Kellogg and Rep. Jeff Miller