Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has had enough of her opponent and the media calling her an “election denier.” She took them apart with a blistering response based on one of their own precious “Rules for Radicals”: make your opponent live up to his own standards. In this case, that meant demanding to know whether they were going to brand various prominent Democrats as “election deniers,” and yes, she came armed with a list, from Hillary Clinton to Stacey Abrams (I'd throw in the chairman of the House January 6th Kommittee, who didn't think trying to block an election was treasonous when he did it in 2016.)
And in a seismic political story, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who just quit the Democratic Party, endorsed Republican Kari Lake for Arizona Governor and called her “a rock star.”
Gabbard said Lake is "a leader who puts people first, is fighting for border security, energy independence, public safety, and other policies that actually make life better and more affordable for the American people,” and she "isn’t afraid to call out the warmongering elitist cabal of permanent Washington and the Military Industrial Complex, and their propagandists in the mainstream media...I look forward to supporting [Lake] ahead of these critical midterm elections."
Rep. Gabbard hasn't joined the GOP, she’s just made it clear that she and everyone like her have been abandoned by the Democrats. I’ll talk about this with her this weekend, when she’ll be my guest on “Huckabee” on TBN.