Arizona Ultra MAGA loser Kari “KKKari LaKKKe” Lake hasn’t gotten her act together at all, but she’s still taking it on the road.
Lake had a busy weekend between bringing her election fraud lies to Iowa, then returning home in time to do some overt racisms at the Super Bowl.
While claiming she was in Des Moines to visit her family (Lake grew up in Iowa), KKKari was all, “Well, since I’m here, I might as well hit the caucuses!”
Mainly because she really wants to beat out her MAGA Mean Girl rival, Rep. Marjorie Taylor “No Longer” Greene, (Q-the Georgia foothills), for Donald Trump’s running mate.
And KKKari’s attention-whoring kkklaims still pack them in.
“Iowans have so much power when choosing who’s going to lead this country,” she said on stage to a full house at an event in the town of Ankeny. “And we need to ensure when people come here … we need to ask them where they stand on stolen elections.”
You might recall KKKari has lost every attempt to overturn her loss to Democrat Katie Hobbs (sound familiar?), who’s very busy being the Governor of Arizona at the moment and is probably all “Oh, her,” if Lake’s name is mentioned now.
You may recall Lake’s most recently dismissed lawsuit from December alleging “intentional misconduct” leading to her NOT WINNING?
Yeah, she’s currently appealing that court loss regarding her election loss in the state Court of Appeals.
Call me a Negative Nelly, but I don’t love her odds there, and neither do the thinking people on Twitter.
Re-upping this Kari Lake tweet. pic.twitter.com/nWsGH7CZf6
— Diane Toucan (@DianeToucan) February 14, 2023
Campaigning in Iowa today, Kari Lake says that her father had told her “‘if you lose, you lose with dignity. You shake the other person’s hand and you walk away.’ I didn’t lose, so I’m not doing that.” pic.twitter.com/8uWboxkkaz
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) February 10, 2023
Kari then returned home to Arizona just in time to deliberately not stand for Sheryl Lee Ralph’s stirringly dynamic performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which is commonly referred to as the “Black National Anthem,” at the Super Bowl.
Here’s the lonely Arizona white supremacist sitting through that while other people put the proper respect on the moment, or at least knew enough to get up off of their privileged white butts.