Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is fighting the good fight in the Grand Canyon State, revealing this week in an interview on “The JD Rucker Show” that her team is currently sifting through more information related to the 2022 election that might wake people up to the truth of election-related corruption.
“With the information that we’re going to be putting out,” Lake revealed, “as we’re triple checking it is – I think it’s absolutely stunning…I do believe it will be information that wakes people up.”
She continued, “A lot of the information that’s come out has been stunning to me.”
Lake is currently in the process of appealing her election lawsuit in the aftermath of Election Day chaos in Maricopa County. As reported by RSBN, Lake is set to appeal her lawsuit against her Democrat opponent and former Secretary of State Katie Hobbs as well as Maricopa County election officials on Feb. 1.
In her interview, Lake remarked that she thought it would be “hard” for the election problems in Maricopa County to be blamed on “just a couple people.”
“That’s my gut,” she added.
In another interview with Addison Smith on “In Focus,” Lake reiterated her resolve to fight for the integrity of Arizona’s election. Her comment comes amid rumors in the mainstream media that claimed she was considering an Arizona Senate bid in 2024.
“My focus is 100 percent on my election lawsuit,” Lake said. “The people of Arizona were done wrong. Their sacred vote was trampled upon. And I am fighting to restore honest elections in Arizona…I want to be very obvious here…D.C. is messed up, it’s corrupt. Arizona is corrupt and we need good people in the Senate, in our governor’s office, at the state level and at the federal level to fight this corruption.”
She concluded, “So, I am focused right now on winning this election and getting Katie Hobbs thrown out of the governor’s office.”