RINOs Working to Sink Kari Lake

2022 July 18
by bc3b

RINOs are out in full force to destroy the campaign of Kari Lake, a solid conservative running for governor of Arizona. Lake, who has Donald Trump’s endorsement, has publicly questioned the results of the 2020 election.

Lake is not alone. A majority of likely US voters agree, according to several Rasmussen polls:

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 55% of Likely U.S. voters believe cheating likely affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 39% who think it’s Very Likely. Thirty-nine percent (39%) don’t think cheating affected the 2020 election, including 28% who say it’s Not At All Likely.

While voter fraud is difficult to prove, here were a number of irregularities in the 2020 election. The MSM keeps assuring Americans that the 2020 election, but they aren’t buying it. A Gallup poll released last week showed that only 11% of Americans have confidence in TV news. I suspect that if a reporter for CNN discovered evidence of voter fraud, the network would quickly bury it and I suspect a majority of Americans would agree.

The attack on Lake started a few weeks ago when she was attacked by FNC’s anti-Trump Host Bret Beier. Yesterday Arizona’s RINO Governor Doug Ducey attacked Lake with host Dana “Horseface” Bash on one of CNN’s unwatched Sunday morning shows.

Lake’s main primary opponent is Karin Taylor Robson, 56, who is married to a 91-year old billionaire. In Kentucky he would be old enough to be her grandfather. Her own family is wealthy and politically-connected. Her father, younger than her husband, is former president of the Arizona State Senate.

Robson, who is trailing Lake by 5% in the latest polls, is receiving strong funding and endorsements from the GOP establishment. Mike Pence and Chris Christie and Meghan McCain are among RINOs that have endorsed Robson.

Ducey appointed Robson to the Arizona Board of Regents, the State’s governing board for public universities, in 2017. She voted for liberal Democrat policies, including discounted college tuition rates for illegal immigrants and eliminating second amendment rights on campus. Robson also donated to elect liberal Democrat Rep. Ruben Gallego.

Hat tip: rasmussenreports.com and gatewaypundit.com

27 Responses leave one →
  1. 2022 July 18 8:43 am
    bc3b permalink

    Meghan McCain referred to Kari Lake as a b!tch. At least Kari isn’t a fat b!tch, Meghan.

  2. 2022 July 18 8:46 am
    bc3b permalink

    Mike Pence actually thinking he can be the GOP presidential nominee is as delusional as Joe Biden blaming everyone else for his screw ups.

  3. 2022 July 18 8:51 am
    bc3b permalink

    7 dead, 18 wounded in ChiTown over the weekend:


    While the bros total count is down their marksmanship was better. Must be spending time on the range.

  4. 2022 July 18 8:57 am
    bc3b permalink

    Ruben Gellego has a 10% score at Conservative Review.

  5. 2022 July 18 9:04 am
    bc3b permalink

    Apparently Robson’s campaign has been soliciting donations under false pretenses with donors thinking they are donating to the GOP or to stop Beto:


  6. 2022 July 18 9:10 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Spare Parts Army gives a primer on hypersonic missiles.
    It’s a solid possibility that they should reverse the current funding levels between making missiles (large in today’s budget) and defensive systems (currently far less).

  7. 2022 July 18 9:19 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Uh. Oh.
    This is what ya get for sending lethal arms to UA in order to kill RU teenage conscripts.

    Gazprom Declares Force Majeure, Will Halt Gas Flows To Germany Indefinitely

  8. 2022 July 18 12:04 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Georgia Guidestones, damaged by a blast a while ago, has been torn down.
    So much odd news these days …


  9. 2022 July 18 2:01 pm
    JimNorCal permalink


  10. 2022 July 18 3:14 pm
    mpt permalink

    7 – Huge news if Gazprom does indeed stop delivering gas to Germany via Nordstream 1, but the linked article contains a lot of early speculation. I guess we’ll find out over the next few days how this really shakes out and what it means. Almost certainly nothing good.

    BTW, I’ve been reading a lot lately about Brent Johnson’s Dollar Milkshake Theory. The jump in the DXY over the last few months indicates we are starting to see it happen. The next step, if it is indeed happening, will be a concurrent rise in the demand for U.S. treasuries, U.S. equities, and gold (and other commodities) to match the DXY rise as foreign investors flee to dollar-denominated assets as a safe haven from the coming worldwide currency crisis. How long it will take to see these counterintuitive moves is unclear to me.

  11. 2022 July 18 3:30 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Russell Brand in rare form as he attacks Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum:


  12. 2022 July 18 4:55 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    The BRICS+ resource trade might be one vehicle for sovereign nations to look for a way out of DXY rise. Still won’t solve the internal friction of business deals denominated in USD tho.

  13. 2022 July 18 5:05 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Panama uproar.
    Mass demonstrations underway as citizens rise up against the government over high inflation which increased the cost of food, fuel, and basic services.

  14. 2022 July 18 5:07 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Yeah, Dollar Milkshake is holding up well. But even Brent Johnson doesn’t see that as an end-state.
    At a certain point the actual commodities have real existence and the dollar runs out of gas as people decline to accept it.
    The scenes from Saudi Arabia show how that will work …

  15. 2022 July 18 5:20 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    SanFran’s new DA fires a few people — https://www.theepochtimes.com/san-franciscos-new-da-goes-on-firing-spree-after-voters-recall-predecessor_4603627.html? — Guess the tone has changed on street crime maybe?

  16. 2022 July 18 10:40 pm
    mpt permalink

    I have to get out of this shithole of a state. I looks as though California Gavin Newsome will soon sign a new law that effectively bankrupts anyone who brings a lawsuit against the state or city to fight a law that infringes their 2nd amendment rights.


  17. 2022 July 19 4:42 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Who would thunk it? — https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2022-07-18/netflix-down-61-its-pedophilia-movie — child abuse is not a marketable item. Anyone who went short Netflix in the last year has made serious bank.

  18. 2022 July 19 6:29 am
    justrand permalink

    No exaggeration, she really DID “spill the beans”.

    There is so much weight on all of you—but you carry it. Our schools are where policies become people. And educators are at the center of it all.


  19. 2022 July 19 6:42 am
    justrand permalink

    MPT, one of the new “laws” is the CFIR, which seeks to hold firearms manufacturers accountable if they make ‘Abnormally Dangerous‘ Firearm-Related products.

    Apparently they can make NORMALLY Dangerous products…just not ABnormally dangerous ones.

    That language is from the Bill.

    This “State” is a joke…just not a funny one.

  20. 2022 July 19 6:55 am
    justrand permalink

    Went and.saw Top Gun – Maverick yesterday…first time in a theater in over 2 years.

    Well worth it. Unabashedly American…which is why it’s massive success is triggering them. 😀

  21. 2022 July 19 7:06 am
    drdog09 permalink


    It triggers a thought. I wonder what it would take to disband a school district? I mean how would one go about it? Right now in VA I would say there might be some areas that would entertain the idea. To my knowledge none of them are attached legally to State constitutions. They are all artificial edifices that were created so they should in theory also be capable of being disbanded.

    “Gotta burn the schools to save the schools…”, The Ride of the Valkyries strictly optional.

  22. 2022 July 19 7:38 am
    bc3b permalink

    The baby formula shortage is getting worse. With the exception of a few conservative media – like the NY Post – this story has been “embargoed” like the rest of Brandon’s failures:

    According to the market research firm IRI, 28.3% of powdered baby formula products were out of stock at US stores for the week ending July 10 — a higher percentage than the 23.7% reported out of stock for the week ending May 22, when the shortage dominated headlines.


    In addition to less availability, consumers are facing a dearth of choices when it comes to what type of baby formula to purchase.

    As of July 3, consumers were buying an average of 11 different formula products weekly, compared to 24 between 2018 and 2021, the Wall Street Journal reported last week, citing IRI.


  23. 2022 July 19 7:44 am
    bc3b permalink

    JR #22 –

    The last movie I paid to see was Eddie Murphy’s Daddy Day Care (2003) during a girls soccer tournament. It was a cold, rainy, windy day and the parents decided to go to a movie to warm up as our hotel was about 20 miles away.

  24. 2022 July 19 7:50 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Follow the narrative, just like last time the formula is being directed to illegals. They are more needy don’t ya know.

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