Well, the situation in the borders is consistently doing badly. Thanks to Biden and his crooks.
Biden regime has persistently made Americans look bad to almost every nation we deal with.
Finally, thanks to former news anchor, Kari Lake who came up with a way to solve the entire border crisis… and the first step is keeping Joe Biden out of it all together.
Confirmed via the Western Journal, Kari released a statement:
“I am running for Governor of Arizona because I care too deeply about this state and the wonderful people who live here to sit on the sidelines and watch us adopt the same policies that left California in shambles.”
“Within the confines of this compact, member states will … authorize the creation of a dedicated border security force consistent with state law enforcement functions to engage in joint border security operations,” Lake added.
Seriously, she’s got a plan called “Interstate Border Patrol” and it circumvents all federal regulations, and allows states to patrol the border as they see fit.
And with her caliber is such a life savior not only for the people of Arizona but for the entire American people.
Considering a former news anchor, she probably knew all the ins and outs of the fake news media so basically, she is just another ‘Ron DeSantis’ in the making that we desperately need.
Kari Lake is locked in for securing the southern border and will defy Biden’s plan to relax border enforcement which is very inviting for outsiders and she is putting a big STOP to it.
According to Lake’s campaign, she is a “symbol of truth in journalism and represents the growing ranks of journalists who have walked away from the mainstream media market peddling fake news.”
She has publicly embraced conservative ideals, retweeting the account of the Arizona Senate’s unprecedented audit of former President Donald Trump’s loss in Arizona and other border states and tweeting about the lack of border security and mask mandates.
The crowded field is running to take over for Gov. Doug Ducey, who is unable to run in 2022 due to term limits.