Kari Lake Takes On Fox News Hit Piece About Her

Arizona’s gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has been making Republicans very happy with her wit and humor in tackling fake news.

The Trump-endorsed candidate blasted Fox News’ Bret Baier after he wouldn’t cover the topic of 2020 election fraud. Instead, the host brought up a story about a drag queen who Lake is bringing legal action against.

At the beginning of the interview, Lake pointed out that Arizona’s election audit found that the number of irregular/questionable ballots was more than Joe Biden’s supposed margin of victory in 2020.

Fox News called the election for Biden before the results were all in, which angered many viewers. Yet, despite proof from audits, the news outlet still refuses to cover election integrity adequately.

Lake touched on her strong pro-life stance and the importance she sees in protecting the unborn. She then turned her attention to the border crisis and the Biden administration’s failure to value legal immigration proceedings.

“We have a wide-open border, we have fentanyl pouring in, we have the cartels with operational control,” Lake relayed to Baier.

This brought back the topic of having fair elections without fraud.

“But that wouldn’t be happening if we would have fair, honest elections,” Lake said. “And we had a fraudulent election, a corrupt election, and we have an illegitimate President sitting in the White House, and because of that, our border is wide open.”

The Fox News host was not keen on shedding any light on this subject as Lake continued to talk about the mass evidence supporting her claims.

“Here’s what we have,” Lake continued despite Baier’s apparent lack of enthusiasm. “740,000 ballots that have no chain of custody. They cannot be authenticated and they should not have been counted. Thirty-four thousand ballots that were counted 2, 3, and 4 times. People who moved who still voted in our election. There’s a mountain of evidence and I wish that the corporate media would cover it instead of putting their head in the sand and pretending it didn’t happen.”

Instead of continuing the conversation, Baier sharply turned the subject to a story the Washington Post put out linking Lake to an Arizona drag queen.

Lake said she was shocked that Fox News would even bring up such a defamatory story and said she was bringing legal action against the drag queen.

The story says that Lake has attended drag shows and invited a drag queen named Richard Stevens into her home. Lake has repeatedly called out drag performances for children as dangerous and sickening.

Lake told Baier that he was shifting the topic to something slanderous to avoid election integrity facts.

The heated exchange left Lake comparing Fox News to CNN, saying, “I’m really disappointed in Fox. I thought you were a little better than CNN.”