Despite appearing to have lost her bid to be Arizona’s next governor, Kari Lake is undeterred in advancing the mission and narrative of freedom. Lake sat down for an interview with “60 Minutes Australia” and reminded everyone why she’s so good at her job and why she posed such a threat to the ruling class.
Take a look as Lake rebuts the reporter’s absurdly partisan framing of questions and calls out the corrupt Australian regime for trouncing on basic human rights:
Trump-endorsed AZ Gov candidate Kari Lake sat down for interview with ‘60 Minutes Australia,’ which aired tonight. Things when downhill fast when she was asked if she agreed with Trump that J6 defendants should get pardoned. She ends up storming off the set. pic.twitter.com/Jmat6BTS1l
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) March 14, 2022
She is just so good. Shame on Arizonans for not voting for this woman by a 90-10% margin. Katie Hobbs is weak, ineffectual, cowardly, and apparently the ideal gubernatorial candidate to slowly burn their beautiful state into the desert.
The clip begins with the so-called journalist pressing her relationship with Donald Trump, to which Lake ferociously pushes back.
I’m still amazed that you say “your man Donald.” It’s just the flippant attitude. It’s obvious that you’ve come into this interview and you don’t like President Donald Trump. It’s obvious.
Even after denouncing his line of questioning, the man continues unabated. He then segues into the imprisonment of January 6th protestors – because why wouldn’t an Australian leftie push that narrative – and Lake deftly responds.
I have no say in that I’m running for governor. This isn’t something that the governor does. You’re trying to twist this interview, trying to make me look bad.
Then, Lake went for the jugular.
What I don’t like is that people are being held in prison without being charged. That’s un-American. Maybe they get away with that stuff in Australia…because you’ve given your rights away. You melted down all of your guns and you guys have no freedom…[Maybe] you find that okay, but here in America, we do things differently. We have something called the US Constitution, and we have rights.
Lake then concludes her interview by commenting on the despicable government overreach of Australia during the height of their Covid tyranny, reflecting on quarantine camps and the dissolution of freedom on the island continent.
The only thing keeping us from being Australia right now is our Second Amendment. And we will never, ever let that go. Mark my words what we saw happening in Australia, where you have internment camps and people are being forced if they’ve encountered anybody with COVID to be locked into a quarantine camp is the most horrifying thing I think I’ve ever seen a government to what it’s frightening and if you if you can’t see that I feel sorry for you.
For the life of me, I still can’t figure out how this tenacious truth-teller wasn’t an overwhelming favorite. If voting is a mirror into peoples’ desires, then it’s clear most Americans are content with a big nanny state that will excuse all of their failures and make sure they never self-actualize. Katie Hobbs is a faceless servant of the regime; she offers nothing unique to the people of Arizona.
Lake, on the other hand, values human rights and freedom. We can only hope this gubernatorial bid isn’t the last time we see her.
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