Kari Lake Reveals What She Learned About Herself in 2022: “The Right Thing”

Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake revealed what she discovered “about herself in 2022” during a New Year’s Eve appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast.

Lake continues to claim she was the rightful winner of Arizona’s November gubernatorial election, despite having an appeal denied last month.

Democrat Katie Hobbs is now governor-elect of Arizona, having beaten Lake by more than 17,000 votes.

During her podcast, Bannon, who briefly served as Donald Trump’s chief White House strategist between January and August 2017, asked her guest, “What did Kari Lake discover about herself in 2022?”

She replied, “When I left my job in 2021, I truly, for the first time, surrendered my life to God 100%. Not just 100% when times are bad, or 95%, I really said to God ‘I know I’m doing the right thing, I know this is what I have to do and I put my life in your hands.'”

Lake worked as an anchor on the Phoenix-based television network KSAZ TVwhich she left in 2021 shortly before announcing her candidacy for governor.

The GOP candidate continued, “And now, with what has happened since November 8, with this absolute assault on our sacred vote, I have learned that my faith has become even stronger and as difficult as the times. are right now, and I want to leave your listeners with hope, these are not impossible times.

“I truly believe that with God we will overcome all this evil that we face, all this corruption and we can take back this country.”

On Tuesday, a Maricopa County judge dismissed Lake’s election malpractice allegations after a two-day trial and confirmed Hobbs as the winner of the election.

Kari Lake speaking to her supporters during her election night at the Scottsdale Resort at the McCormick Ranch on November 08, 2022 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Lake continues to concede defeat and takes his case to the Arizona Supreme Court.
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Maricopa County Senior Judge Peter Thompson said “every witness” refuted Lake’s voter fraud allegations and ordered him to pay Hobbs’ legal fees.

In response, Lake filed a motion to transfer the case to the Arizona Supreme Court.

During an appearance on The Larry Elder Show on Epoch TV, Lake insisted she would have been “gracious” had she believed she lost her election fairly.

She commented, “Someone said, ‘Oh, just be gracious, you lost. No, we didn’t lose. If I had lost, I would be gracious. But I don’t walk away when I’ve been the victim of a crime.

“It’s not just me. The people of Arizona were victims of a stolen election.”

Lake was endorsed by Donald Trump before his election and backs the former president’s discredited claim that he really did win the 2020 presidential election.

Trump’s fraud allegations have been repeatedly dismissed in court and by independent and even Republican-aligned legal experts.

Newsweek has contacted Kari Lake for comment.


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