Kari Lake FLIPS SCRIPT On Democrat, Activist Journalist ‘Election Denier’ Label With Receipts
Big League Politics has been reporting on MAGA, America First candidates like Kari Lake and JD Vance who have been going on the offense against Democrat opponents and the mainstream media.
These candidates have been taking hold of the conversation and flipping the script on Democrat narratives. Which is the exact sort of approach other Republicans ought to follow going into 2023.
Kari Lake, who is running for governor in Arizona, just expertly dismantled the hypocritical media for accusing her of election denial. This is how it’s done.
Let's talk about "Election Deniers."
I brought receipts. ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/0vzg0ecdx3
— Kari Lake (@KariLake) October 18, 2022
“So, it’s okay for Democrats to question elections, but it’s not okay for Republicans?” Lake said in the clip above. “It’s a crock of BS, everyone of you knows it, we have our freedom of speech and we’re not gonna relinquish it to a bunch of fake news propagandists…”
“Since 2000, people have questioned the legitimacy of our elections and all we’re asking is that in the future we don’t have that have to happen any more,” she added.
“When I’m governor, we’re gonna make sure we have honest elections. We want the Democrats, independents, and Republicans to all know their vote counted. We want fair, honest, and transparent elections,” Lake said.
It’s worth noting the clip above has 1.6 million views at the time of this writing.
Now notice the calm, cool, and professional demeanor Lake held when dealing with journalist activists who are more concerned about name calling and labeling than getting to the truth of Lake’s past statements.
On top of that, notice how Lake turns the conversation onto Democrats who have notoriously denied elections in the past. She brought receipts, and called out 150 Democrats who have fit the media’s so-called definition of election denial in the past.
Pointing out that candidates like Joe Biden and Hilary Clinton have been some of the worst election deniers. Even though the media refuses to report on those stories.
Other RINO Republicans would have likely shied away from these questions, or worse, outright rejected the “election denier” label.
JD Vance, who is running for Ohio Senate against Democrat Tim Ryan, has also been going on the offense in recent debates. And his efforts are seemingly being rewarded in the polls.
Vance held a slight lead over Ryan. But many experts are beginning to suggest that lead will grow after Tuesday night’s showing where Vance called Ryan out for his “disgraceful” racist labeling.
For context, Ryan – like most Democrats – loves to paint his opposition as racist. More specifically, Ryan routinely calls out Vance for his “Great Replacement Theory.” Which states the white race in the West is slowly being overtaken by people of color.
“You are so desperate for political power that you’ll accuse me, the father of three beautiful biracial babies, of engaging in racism,” Vance said to Ryan.
“We are sick of it. You can believe in a border without being a racist. You can believe in the country without being a racist,” he continued.
“And this just shows how desperate this guy is for political power. I know you’ve been in office for 20 years, Tim, and I know it’s a sweet gig, but you’re so desperate not to have a real job that you’ll slander me and slander my family — it’s disgraceful,” Vance added.
Vance would deliver the same passion and intensity during another debate just last week.
Going on the offense, and bringing the battle to the activist journalists that won’t do any research themselves on important topics like voter integrity is how Republicans win.
RINO candidates ought to take notes. Kari Lake and JD Vance are opening the door for a new form of debate. One that puts the power back into the hands of Republicans.
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