Kari Lake set to deliver keynote speech next week in Georgia: report

by Summer Lane

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Conservative shining star Kari Lake is set to deliver the keynote address at the Republican Party’s annual state meeting at the Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center next week, multiple sources have reported.

According to Newsmax, Lake’s move to deliver the keynote address comes after former Vice President Mike Pence withdrew from giving the keynote speech. Per their report, Lake will speak on Friday, June 9, during the Victory Dinner.

President Donald Trump is also scheduled to deliver a speech at the Georgia Republican convention, although he is expected to do so on June 10, the second day of the conference.

Lake rose to national fame when she ran for governor of Arizona in 2022, earning the coveted endorsement of President Donald Trump and garnering the respect of conservative voters with her no-holds-barred ability to take on the “Fake News” media on the campaign trail.

For the past several months, Lake has been busy fighting Maricopa County and former Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs with a lawsuit that alleged overwhelming problems with voting systems and tabulators on Election Day in November.

Lake’s lawsuit went all the way to the Arizona State Supreme Court and back to the Maricopa Superior Court, where Judge Thompson struck down the fiery conservative leader’s case.

However, Lake hasn’t allowed the legal setbacks to keep her down. RSBN reported that Lake will be launching the “most extensive” ballot chasing operation and voter registration operation in history in Arizona. “We have millions of dollars committed,” she said.

She also revealed in May that she would be appealing her judge’s decision in her case and take it to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.

“I don’t give a damn about my political career,” Lake told Arizonans at a recent border rally event. “I want to save our country.”

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