I can't think of anyone who has done a better job pf picking winners than the former governor of Alaska. Trump's primary campaign hit a new gear when he received Palin's backing. Be careful selling her short.
Don't ask me what happened to Paul Ryan. I suspect he was in Washington too long and his loyalties to places like America and Wisconsin were eclipsed by his loyalty to The Beltway. A symptom of Potomac Fever is that it can turn a good man into a prissy ass diva. Even is he wins on Tuesday, Ryan's days as Speaker are numbered.
"Wisconsin, please vote for this man 'of the people' this Tuesday!" she wrote.
Palin backed Nehlen in May in response to Ryan saying he wasn't yet ready to support Trump. At the time, she told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union" that Ryan's "political career is over but for a miracle because he has so disrespected the will of the people."