Kari Lake Doubles Down on Why She Only Stood for ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ at Super Bowl

Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has broken her silence about sitting down during the “black national anthem” at the Super Bowl.

A picture of Lake sitting during “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which was played prior to the National Anthem ahead of the game, went viral on social media.

After the photo appeared online, Lake was met with a backlash from the “woke” mob over her refusal to stand for the song.

However, Lake refused to bow to the mob and doubled down instead.

“I’m against a ‘black national anthem’ for the same reason I am against a ‘white national anthem,’ a ‘gay national anthem,’ a ‘straight national anthem,’ a ‘Jewish national anthem, a ‘Christian national anthem,’ and so on,” Lake said.

“We are one nation, under God,” she asserted.

“Francis Scott Key’s words ring true for every single American citizen regardless of their skin color,” Lake explained.

“James Weldon Johnson’s ‘Lift Every Voice’ is a beautiful song, but it is not our national anthem.”

“I’m just here for THE National Anthem,” Lake said on Twitter went her picture went viral.

READ MORE: Kari Lake Shreds Piers Morgan over Election Comments: ‘I Frankly Don’t Give a Damn What You Think’

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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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