EXPOSED: Kari Lake Reveals She Was Offered ‘Bribe’

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Arizona Republican Kari Lake has been fighting the “powers that be” in her quest to shine a light on the voting irregularities in Arizona this past November. Lake, a Republican, was declared the loser by a narrow margin in her gubernatorial race against Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is a Democrat.

This past week, Lake appealed her case to the Arizona Supreme Court, which includes problems with ballot printers that disenfranchised Republican voters and that standards of proof are wrong. She has been attacked constantly since she began her quest for truth and justice in Arizona regarding the election processes. As a former television news anchor she has proved she is up to the media scrutiny.

Lake has refused to concede and filed legal challenges. The election was plagued by malfunctions of tabulation machines in at least 20% of voting centers, which led to an apology from local officials. Additionally, a Republican lawsuit was filed to extend voting hours but was dismissed by a Maricopa County judge. The saga continues as Lake recently made a shocking revelation regarding the Arizona situation during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington this past weekend.

Lake was scheduled as the keynote speaker at the conference and showed her mettle as a diehard conservative.

On Saturday, Lake revealed that she was offered a bribe to refrain from participating in politics for two years. “Something happened to me this week before I
left for CPAC and it shows how desperate these people are to stop me,” Lake started.

“Somebody showed up at my door this week,” Lake continued. “They called me before and said: I gotta talk to you in person, this can’t be done over the phone … They came to my door and they tried to bribe me out of getting out of politics. This really happened. I’m telling you this because this is how disgusting politics is. A mom who runs for office and they’re afraid of me? They tried to bribe me with a job title, with a huge salary, a position on a board.” Lake continued, “This person standing before me was sent at the request of some powerful people back east. They want me out of politics.”

“I’m not going anywhere,” Lake finished.

Lake has taken an unwavering stance against liberal politics and the manipulation of voting in Arizona. she was and still is endorsed by former President Donald Trump, and conservatives have been applauding her every move. Many have speculated that Lake could be Trump’s potential vice president. As in the case with Trump, Lake is like a dog with a bone on the subject of election integrity.

During the CPAC conference this weekend, the majority of people who attended selected Donald Trump to become the republican nominee for president in 2024, Newsweek reports. Trump, who received 62 percent of the votes in the straw poll, overwhelmingly defeated Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who was second with only 20 percent of the vote. DeSantis has not yet thrown his hat in the ring for the 2024 Republican nomination. The only other declared Republican after the nomination is Nikki Haley of South Carolina.

Attendees also chose who they preferred as Trump’s potential vice presidential running mate, and the winner was Kari Lake, who received 20 percent of the votes. DeSantis, who Newsweek notes is expected by many to declare his entry in the race, was also second in that poll with 14 percent. DeSantis did not attend CPAC as he was reportedly in attending Republican fundraisers in Texas. Haley received 10 percent of the vote at CPAC to become Trump’s running mate.

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former South Carolina Governor and Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley attended CPAC they did not earn a spot in the CPAC vote for the Republican presidential nomination. The vice presidential nominations short list at CPAC included not front runner Lake, but South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky.

Although Lake was the keynote speaker at CPAC, Haley and Pompeo both also addressed the crowd. Their schedule on the podium had them speaking in afternoon time slots, when the ballroom was not full but the crown was enthusiastic, the Washington Times reported.

“I’m not a Nikki Haley fan,” Patti Roberts said as the left the auditorium after both speeches that afternoon. Roberts lives in Great Falls, Virginia. She noted that although Haley’s speech was “amazing,” Noem would make a better running mate for Trump.

Suzanne Monk, a conservative who lives in Washington, said the running mate spot belongs to Greene. “I wrote her in,” Monk said. “We definitely need somebody in that seat who has a strong will, because owe saw what we got under Mike Pence.”


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