Who is the one person the left is most scared of (besides Trump). Is it DeSantis? Marjorie Taylor Greene? Jim Jordan? Tucker Carlson? All great answers, and while yes, the left lives in fear of all those folks I mentioned, the one that scares them the most, and who they think has real potential to be “president” someday, is Kari Lake. Yes, even though they cheated her out of a win in Arizona (so far), Kari is still a powerhouse. She ticks off all the boxes: She’s Trumpy, she’s one of the most articulate people on the circuit, she’s a fighter, and most importantly, she’s an outsider. Mark my words, this woman will be president someday.
And that brings me to my next point. There was a photo recently taken that includes Trump, Bolsonaro, and Kari Lake, all sitting down at a table, eating together at Mar-a-Lago. As you know, Bolsonaro just got the “Trump 2020” treatment in Brasil. The globalists are hitting back, hard.
But the photo got people talking about what might be “really” going on… and the buzz around the web is that Trump has already found his Veep… and no, it’s not Bolsonaro (ha ha), it’s Kari.
Western Journal reported that Arizona Republican Kari Lake was spotted Thursday with former President Donald Trump in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, stirring rumors about the possibility of her being chosen as Trump’s 2024 running mate.
Lake said she was in Florida looking into possible voter disenfranchisement in the Arizona gubernatorial race, which has been called for her opponent, Democrat Katie Hobbs. Lake has not yet conceded the race
On Monday, the Associated Press called the race and announced that Hobbs won. It was a close contest between Lake and Hobbs, with Lake taking 49.67 percent of the vote, while Hobbs took 50.33 percent, 270towin reported.
But with the voting machine issues that arose in Maricopa County on Election Day, Lake said she wants to look into legal issues behind voting, the AP reported.
On Nov. 8, about 20 to 30 percent of voting locations in Maricopa County — Arizona’s most populated county — ran into problems with the vote tabulating machines, the Arizona Republic reported.