During a campaign stop this week, Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake was approached by CNN reporter Kyung Lah who asked Lake if she had a minute to chat. This exchange leads to a hilarious viral video.
“You don’t have a mask anymore. What’s going on?” Lake sarcastically asked Lah in reference to their previous interview where Lah had a mask on while interviewing Lake and she got schooled about the Arizona audit and Lake debunked CNN’s claims about election fraud.
Coming back to this latest viral exchange, “I’ll do an interview,” Lake responded to Lah’s request. “As long as it airs on CNN+. Does that still exist? I didn’t think so, because the people don’t like what you guys are peddling, which is propaganda.” Lake dropped the mic and moved on!
“I’ll do an interview with you… as long as it airs on CNN+, does that still exist?”
— Kari Lake for AZ Governor (@KariLake) June 23, 2022
Lake, a Trump-endorsed gubernatorial candidate had many similar viral encounters with media members. Lake, a former fox reporter has always handled these biased reporters with her amazing comebacks.
President Trump endorsed Lake for Governor last September, calling her a “fantastic person.”
“Kari Lake is running for Governor in the Great State of Arizona,” he said. “She is a fantastic person who spent many years working as a highly respected television anchor and journalist. Because of this, few can take on the Fake News Media like Kari.” he added.
With her experience, Lake has also found a way to get around fake news censorship. She is placing her campaign ads that talk about election fraud, something that many mainstream media publications are actively censoring on the very same local news networks.
Watch how she is using the FCC guidelines to tackle the news censorship from her interview with independent journalist Ivory Hecker:
After decades of work in corporate news, Kari Lake has come up with a clever way to force censored topics into fake newscasts. Now that she’s running for office, she’s using FCC rules on censored topics.
— Ivory Hecker (@IvoryHecker) February 28, 2022
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