Kari Lake Warns ‘Unelected Bureaucrats’ Are Forcing Ranchers off Their Land

Republican Arizona U.S. Senate candidate Kari Lake has warned that “Democrats and the Uniparty” are using “unelected bureaucrats to regulate private citizens to death.”

During a new interview with Newsmax, Lake raised the alarm over increasing numbers of ranchers who are being forced off their land.

Lake says she spoke to two ranchers who were “in tears” over the situation.

She says they told her:

“We can’t handle these regulations.

“They’re trying to force us to sell our family ranch.

“It’s been in our family for five generations.

“They’re trying to make it so onerous that we just throw our hands up and say, ‘I give up.'”

“It never should have come to this,” Lake declared,

“When I get to the U.S. Senate, we’re going to push back against these unelected bureaucrats and ease the burden they’re placing on hardworking Americans.”

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“When the Democrats & the Uniparty don’t have the votes to get their legislation passed, they turn to their unelected bureaucrats to regulate private citizens to death,” Lake said in a post on X.

“We’re seeing grocers, ranchers, farmers, & everyday people run out of business by people who are in no position to write laws but think they can dictate how we run our lives.

“This needs to change.”

Lake launched her bid for Arizona’s open senate seat last year.

She is currently leading over her Republican primary challenger Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb.

Recent polling by Noble Predictive Insights (NPI) shows Lake has about 46 percent support among Arizona Republicans.

Primary rival Mark Lamb has about 21 percent support, according to the poll.

About a quarter of voters are undecided in the primary.

Arizona’s 2024 Republican primary is scheduled for July 30.

If Lake secures the nomination, she will face presumptive Democrat nominee Rep. Ruben Gallego in November.

READ MORE – Rancher Raises Alarm as Feds Begin Bulldozing Texas Farms

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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