‘They messed with the wrong b***h’: Kari Lake hasn’t given up the fight

During a speech on Thursday given at Mar-a-Lago, a fiery Kari Lake vowed to fight back against the “evil bastards” who she asserts stole Arizona’s gubernatorial election from her in November and proclaimed that they “messed with the wrong b*tch.”

The Republican Accountability Project, a leftist attack dog, got a hold of the video and sent it out attempting to smear Lake. Unfortunately for them, it is likely to do the exact opposite.

“We just had such a huge movement going into election day, so to watch these people – these evil bastards,” Lake began and was wildly applauded.

“Can I say that here, is that alright?” she asked. “To watch them steal this in broad daylight, and if they think they are going to get away with it, they messed with the wrong b*tch, ok?”

Her comments were enthusiastically received by conservatives who are fed up with elections allegedly being rigged in favor of Democrats.

Lake reportedly lost her election to Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs by 17,000 votes. She has filed a legal challenge in court but the race has been certified. What isn’t widely reported is that it ostensibly had to be certified before she could contest the election. She is bluntly accusing Arizona’s election officials of rigging the election for Hobbs and she’s not backing down.

Her lawsuit argues that Republicans in Arizona’s Maricopa County, which is the state’s most populous, were disproportionately affected by balloting problems on election day because they outvoted Democrats by three to one in the election on November 8.

The former TV news anchor has refused to concede the race. Her legal challenge could drag out for months, but Lake will see it through.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson has also handed down a portion of a ruling concerning the lawsuit against Katie Hobbs. Lake asked for the court to inspect 50 random Election Day ballots from six voting locations in Maricopa County, 50 random early ballots, and 50 ballots that were marked “spoiled” on Election Day. She also asked the judge if her representative would be allowed to copy and photograph the inspected ballots.

Judge Peter A. Thompson ruled on Friday night that Lake has the right to inspect the 150 ballots, but her representative can’t copy and photograph them, according to Arizona’s Family.

Lake’s lawyers previously claimed that the number of illegal votes cast in the general election exceeded the vote margin between Lake and Hobbs. The lawsuit says evidence was gathered from witnesses showing “hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots infected the election in Maricopa County.”

Hobbs, who is the Democratic secretary of state, is scheduled to take the oath of office as Arizona’s governor on Monday, Jan. 2.

Lake’s attorney Bryan Blehm, who was the attorney for the Cyber Ninjas’ partisan election review last year, asked the judge for a three-day hearing on Lake’s election claims, according to KPNX.

Hobbs’ attorney warned that dragging out the case could overshadow the January inauguration.

According to Newsweek, Christina Bobb, an attorney for former President Trump, told former Trump adviser Steve Bannon on Friday that she wasn’t worried if Hobbs is inaugurated as governor.

“As long as Kari Lake wins her contest, she’ll be inaugurated,” Bobb asserted. “And whether Katie Hobbs has to step down or what the situation is, I’m not too worried about that.”

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