Failed Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake took shots at former Vice President Mike Pence, Gov. Brian Kemp, and Gov. Ron DeSantis because they aren’t helping Donald Trump over his fourth indictment. Somehow, according to Lake, Kemp could have shut the whole thing down since the newest indictment happened in his state.
“So, Kari, have the other candidates who are running for president, have they stepped up and supported Trump enough and name some names who has and who hasn’t?” Eric Bolling asked.
“Well, I, I’ll name one name and he’s not running for president yet, but I’m sure as heck have been wondering where he’s been, why he’s allowing this to happen in his state,” Loser Lake said. “And his name is Brian Kemp and he is the, I’m gonna call him what? He is a RINO.”
“He’s a governor of, of Georgia and he’s allowing this kind of nonsense to happen in his state,” she insisted. “It’s outrageous and he, he can’t, he can’t manage to put his hatred of President Trump behind him and actually care about justice in his state.”
“And so I’ll name one of them and, and I’ll name names, I mean, where’s Ron DeSantis on this?” she said of the Florida Governor who is running against Trump. “Where is the Ron DeSantis that President Trump helped create his political career?”
“He’s standing there with a knife out stabbing it in the back of President Trump and the people are seeing this kind of behavior,” she continued. “This is a time to rally around the guy who’s not, not being prosecuted but being persecuted by our own federal government.”
“What about Mike Pence?” she said, referring to the man Trump wanted dead. “And why is he not supporting President Trump?”
“Who made him his vice president, Mike Pence, who could have done something on January 6th to alleviate the pain of America when they said, wait, something’s wrong here,” she continued. “We saw things happen in 2020.”
“We’re asking you to pause the certification and send things back to the States for further review and Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do the right thing and now he’s running against,” she added.
The election was 1016 days ago. ONE THOUSAND AND SIXTEEN DAYS. Dozens of courts rejected Trump’s claims because they didn’t offer any credible evidence.
“For nearly three years now, anyone with evidence of fraud has failed to come forward — under oath — and prove anything in a court of law,” Gov. Kemp said on Tuesday. “Our elections in Georgia are secure, accessible, and fair and will continue to be as long as I am governor. The future of our country is at stake in 2024 and that must be our focus.”