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Déjà Vu: Fox News Calls Arizona for Dems in Nov. 8 Gubernatorial Race

'WOAH.. right after my press conference going after the Media... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Despite the fact that nearly two weeks remain until the midterm elections, Fox News called the gubernatorial race for failed Arizona Secretary of State and radical leftist Katie Hobbs.

In the lower left-hand corner of the video, there is a graphic concluding that Hobbs has defeated Republican opponent Kari Lake, who was a long-time media personality for the very same Fox News station that called the race.

Lake called out the station after seeing its premature leak.

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“WOAH.. right after my press conference going after the Media. Retaliation,” Lake wrote on Twitter after seeing the graphic.

Arizona, which has already been a hotbed of vote fraud, looks to be coming further under the control of the mainstream media.

Things look even more suspicious given Fox News’s insanely early call of the state of Arizona for Biden in 2020, as serious questions remained due to the thousands of uncounted ballots.

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At the time, even liberal hack pollster Nate Silver suggested that Fox called the race far too early, especially given the uncounted regions that were largely won by Trump. Soon after that, Fox fired a never-Trumper who condemned his own network for calling the race too soon.

Nobody has been reported as fired for the latest election meddling, but the Fox affiliate did have to eat some serious crow.

In the Lake case, earlier on the same day that the bogus election results were aired, Lake had shredded the fake news media during an “emergency press conference.”

During the event she blasted biased outlets for trying to influence the election by how they had wrongly reported that a break-in at Hobbs’s office was tied to the Lake campaign. The story turned out to be bogus.

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report

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