John Rich Tells Media to Pound Sand, Will Hold Concert for Kari Lake in Arizona This Weekend

Country music star John Rich has told the corporate media to go pound sand by confirming he will hold a concert for Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake this weekend.

Lake has become a target for the media because she is effective, doesn’t take any BS, and supports President Donald Trump, who endorsed her run.

She is leading in the polls despite running an unorthodox campaign and has her Democrat opponent running scared.

During a recent press event, “woke” reporters tried to attack Lake by calling her an “election denier.”

However, she came prepared and produced a stack of transcripts that highlight top Democrats, including Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams, repeatedly claiming elections are “illegitimate.”

Rich shared a video of Lake turning the tables on the media and said he can’t wait for his concert this Saturday.

“Kari Lake is a stone cold #SAVAGE and I can’t wait to play her rally this Saturday in AZ:)” Rich said on Twitter.

“Watch her absolutely dominate and eviscerate the ‘journalists’ at this event.”

Lake said:

“Who’s up for a Rodeo rally? Join John Rich and me for a Country Concert on Saturday, October 22.

“Come have some patriotic fun for the whole family at Western Trails Ranch!”

As Slay News reported, former Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) also just gave Lake a ringing endorsement.

According to ABC:

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Former Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who ran for president in 2020 as a Democrat and endorsed Joe Biden after her exit from the race, on Tuesday campaigned in Arizona for the state’s Republican gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, a fervent election denier Trump loyalist.

The move follows her dramatic public departure from the Democratic party, denouncing it a week ago on social media as an “elitist cabal of warmongers driven by cowardly wokeness.” 

“I feel like a rockstar up here, Tulsi,” Lake said in front of at least 250 people.

“You are a rockstar, Kari,” Gabbard responded.

At the campaign event, less than three weeks ahead of the midterm elections, Gabbard acknowledged that some have told her it was “odd” that she would be campaigning for Lake in Arizona as a former Democrat — but she dismissed those concerns.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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