“We ran the greatest campaign, I think, in the country last cycle, and it was all about we the people, all about the people of Arizona who haven’t had great representation, unfortunately, by politicians who are just in D.C. to line their pockets. So if I decide to jump in, I will be an incredible candidate because I will be representing the people of Arizona. I’ll make that decision.
“And my question is, who the heck do they want? Do they want Doug Ducey? Do they think Doug Ducey is a good candidate? Do they think Karrin Robson is a good candidate? Who do they want? I know what the polling shows. The polling shows in a three way race, I beat both. Kyrsten Sinema, who votes in lockstep with Joe Biden and I beat this other guy, the socialist Marxists.
“So I’m not worried about it. We’re going to win if we jump into it. But my question is who does Mitch McConnell want? I don’t think he can even control what comes out of his mouth anymore. I mean, there’s something going on right now with him. I don’t know what it is, there’s something medically, when you freeze up like that and they have to, like, take your body and move it away from the podium, something’s going on there.
“And he’s going to make all the decisions about who represents the people of Arizona? I don’t know. That doesn’t that doesn’t make sense to me, Steve.” – Kari Lake, making friends with the guy who would control her assignments in the US Senate.
Kari Lake’s Ableist Attack on Mitch McConnell Surprises Steve Bannon
Kari Lake just revealed her feelings toward people with disabilitieshttps://t.co/ZKJwfkGtKu
— PatriotTakes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) August 21, 2023
Kari Lake Floors Steve Bannon With Harsh Criticism of Mitch McConnell’s Health While Talking Senate Run https://t.co/mKbciviGM0
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) August 21, 2023
“We need Senate Majority Leader Ted Cruz,” Kari Lake says, calling him “one of the greatest senators we’ve ever seen.”
She calls Mitch McConnell “the old bat.”
Cruz smiles from the sideline. pic.twitter.com/KdKiFdGs30
— Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) October 5, 2022