With the current refugee migration crisis in Europe, and the USA prepping for their next Presidential election, every political figure seems to be jumping in and giving their views on migration. Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska (and who seems to live with her foot in her mouth!), has weighed in on the Hispanic migration situation in the United States.
Palin has praised Jeb Bush, a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, for attempting to reach the Hispanic voters; Bush is fluent in Spanish. She goes on to say:
If you want to be in America, A) you'd better be here legally or you're out of here, B) When you're here, let's speak American.
She added that English is a language "understood by all".
The United States does not have an official language, and Spanish is the second most used language -- second to English ('American' isn't a language, Sarah!). In fact, there are more Hispanics in the States than in Spain.
What is she going to say next?