Ripping into reporters with a vengeance on Tuesday during midterm voting, Arizona Republican Kari Lake sent an ominous message the way of the media, saying that she would be their “worst freaking nightmare for eight years.”
Speaking on that, Kari said:
Are you new covering this race? Because we have talked about this before. I’ve answered this question. I’m going to not only be the governor of Arizona for four years, I’m going to do two terms.
I’m going to be your worst freaking nightmare for eight years, and we will reform the media as well. We are going to make you guys into journalists again, so get ready. It’s gonna be a fun eight years.
Watch that here:
Mediaite, adding more details on what was going on in the clip and what Kari was saying to the media, reported:
At a press conference in Phoenix on Tuesday, Lake told reporters assembled they were part of the “fake news” media while saying she was “embarrassed” by voting machine issues reported out of Maricopa County. Lake, former President Donald Trump, and other conservatives have jumped on those technical issues to suggest problems with the vote in Arizona and elsewhere.
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