Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake attended on the second day of ‘America Fest,’ a Turning Point USA event in Phoenix, Arizona, and wowed the massive crowd of Conservative-Populists with her tenacious pursuit of election integrity.
Sunday night, tens of thousands rose to their feet to applaud Lake as she vowed to take her recent election challenge, regarding a very suspect November election, right to the US Supreme Court in an effort to get justice.
Lake’s legal team filed a lawsuit last week requesting a court declaration that she won the gubernatorial race or that she be offered a rerun of the election in Maricopa County, where there were too many issues with machines and access to voters for anyone to take Lake’s opponent, Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, seriously.
The Lake complaint is filed against Maricopa County election officials and Hobbs, who declared herself as the victor of the November 8 governor’s race, raising even more concerns about what transpired and highlighting the need for greater openness.
Hobb led Lake by just over 17,000 votes, or 0.7% of all votes cast, according to the official result, and the complaint claims there are hundreds of thousands of questionable ballots.
“They have built a house of cards here in Maricopa County. I think they’re all wondering what I’m going to do. I tell you, I’m not just going to knock that house of cards over, we’re going to burn it to the ground,” Lake posted on Twitter.
“They messed with the wrong woman. They messed with the wrong movement of ‘We the People,’ and we’re not going to take it anymore,” she added.
“I think they’re all wondering what I’m gonna do. I’ll tell you what, I’m not just gonna knock that house of cards over. We’re going to burn it to the ground.” Kari Lake (@KariLake) posted on Twitter on December 19, 2022.
.@KariLake: "They have built a house of cards here in Maricopa County.
I think they’re all wondering what I’m gonna do.
I’ll tell you what, I’m not just gonna knock that house of cards over.
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) December 19, 2022
Lake promised, “I’m going to take my election lawsuit, which is the strongest election lawsuit this country’s ever put forth, and I will take it to the Supreme Court, if necessary. I will.”
“The cowardly thing to do right now is to give up. Just give up. That’s a cowardly thing to do. The hardest fights are the ones worth fighting. And this one is worth fighting. I’m in the fight. I’m in it,” Lake posted.
The crowd erupted with chants of “Kari, Kari, Kari!” and “USA, USA, USA!”
“You do not steal our vote and get away with it. You don’t,” Lake responded defiantly.
“Our movement is so powerful that they had to sabotage Election Day operations. They had to steal our vote in broad daylight, and we all noticed,” she said.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Lake stated that 59 percent of the polling places on Election Day (131 sites) had ballot printer and tabulation problems, which led to hours-long lines,” Randy DeSoto reported for Western Journal about the event, adding: CONTINUE READING…