Kari Lake Issues Stark Warning to Corporate Media: "I'm Going to Be the Fake News' Worst Nightmare"

"They better get used to it."

With only 15 days left until midterm elections, Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (R) joined Fox News.

Ainsley Earhardt asked:

I know that there are rumors that if Donald Trump runs again that he might choose you to be his running mate as Vice President. You were interviewed yesterday, and you said, "This is a manipulation." You said [that] because these rumors are out there trying to tell the voters that you will not serve for a total of four years. Tell us why you think that.

"Well, I just think it's humorous," Kari replied.

When I first got into this, the press was attacking me. "What does she know?" "How dare she run for office?" "Who does she think she is?" They were saying I didn't have the skills to run for office. And now, all of a sudden — whoa! I'm so skilled that I might be running for Vice President.

I think they're trying to scare the voters. I really do. They've tried everything to bring us down. And like I said, we have a movement. And it's not about me; it's about the people of Arizona. I'm going to be here not just four years; I'm going to be here for eight years. And I'm going to be the fake news' worst nightmare for eight years, so they better get used to it.

You can see why the corporate media is so desperate to thwart her victory: she's engaging, thinks fast, and, most importantly — fearless. Her past comments against the jab have won me over, and I'll be rooting for her victory in November.

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