The media is terrified of the GOP candidate for governor of Arizona, Kari Lake, because she is effective, doesn’t take any BS, and supports Trump. She is leading in the polls despite running an unorthodox campaign and has her opponent running scared.
The left has tried to tarnish Lake by calling her an extremist but she can’t be that extreme, she voted for Obama at least once. She got fed up with the nonsense of the Dem Partry, like Trump, and turned her back on their failures to run as a Republican.
And she is winning against a Dem candidate who is terrified to debate her. But the media and their friends in the Dem Party are pulling out all the stops to defeat her. Enter country music superstar John Rich who told the media to pound sand and will hold a concert for Lake
“Who’s up for a Rodeo rally? Join John Rich and me for a Country Concert on Saturday, October 22.
“Come have some patriotic fun for the whole family at Western Trails Ranch!”
“Kari Lake is a stone cold #SAVAGE and I can’t wait to play her rally this Saturday in AZ:) Watch her absolutely dominate and eviscerate the ‘journalists’ at this event”
For an example of why the left is so terrified of Lake watch the video below of her destroying the media.
Lake said: “Let’s talk about election deniers here are examples of Democrats denying elections.” Lake read a list of Dem deniers before reminding them what Hillary Clinton has said. Lake quoted Hillary saying: “George W. Bush was selected not elected” and “Trump is an illegitimate president.”
Tulsi Gabbard just gave Lake a ringing endorsement. According to ABC:
Former Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who ran for president in 2020 as a Democrat and endorsed Joe Biden after her exit from the race, on Tuesday campaigned in Arizona for the state’s Republican gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, a fervent election denier Trump loyalist.
The move follows her dramatic public departure from the Democratic party, denouncing it a week ago on social media as an “elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness.”
“I feel like a rockstar up here, Tulsi,” Lake said in front of at least 250 people. “You are a rockstar, Kari,” Gabbard responded.
At the campaign event, less than three weeks ahead of the midterm elections, Gabbard acknowledged that some have told her it was “odd” that she would be campaigning for Lake in Arizona as a former Democrat — but she dismissed those concerns.