Kari Lake Offers High Praise For Kayleigh McEnany: “You really did show us how to do it and turn the tables on these hypocrites, thank you for showing us the way”
Kari Lake thanked former Trump White House press secretary and current Fox News star Kayleigh McEnany for “showing us the way” in how to deal with media hypocrites. Kayleigh said she took an ‘offense-only’ tactic when dealing with the media.
“I took a page out of your playbook, Kayleigh, I took a page out of your playbook,” Lake said. “You really did show us how to do it and turn the tables on these hypocrites in the fake news.”
“Thank you for showing us the way,” added Lake, who is running against Katie Hobbs, Arizona’s Democratic secretary of state. Hobbs is under fire from all sides for not debating Lake.
According to Fox10:
Republican nominee for Arizona Governor @KariLake spoke to me about taking on the liberal media.— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 26, 2022
Check it out below & join me tonight on @foxnation at 6pm ET for Kayleigh’s Midterm Countdown! pic.twitter.com/NWVASJRZMh
With less than 2 weeks to go before the November election, Republican Kari Lake leads Democrat Katie Hobbs by 11 percentage points.
Only about 2% of voters are undecided. Pollster Matt Towery believes that Hobbs’ reluctance to debate Lake may be a reason why the gap has widened in recent weeks. According to InsiderAdvantage, Lake is polling higher among older adults and Hispanics.
The U.S. Senate race, between incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly and Republican Blake Masters is much closer.
Kelly leads Masters by 2 percentage points. Libertarian, Marc Victor, is at 6%, with 6% still undecided.
GOP nominee for Senate in Arizona @bgmasters says that the midterm elections are about saving our country.— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 26, 2022
Here is what he said is at stake. Watch & tune in tonight at 6pm ET on @foxnation for the next episode of Kayleigh’s Midterm Countdown! pic.twitter.com/SjEEeSEboI
“Your body. Their choice.” says @HillaryClinton— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 26, 2022
Shouldn’t that phrase apply to the baby as well?
At what point is the child’s body recognized?
Oh, and why is there ZERO discussion about when the child feels pain? https://t.co/SUe64v5vEl