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Kari Lake Drops New Song about 2020 Election

'I love when @KariLake brings the fire... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Kari Lake, 2022 GOP gubernatorial candidate for Arizona and former Phoenix newscaster, released a song slamming President Joe Biden’s alleged 2020 election victory.

The song, titled “81 Million Votes My Ass,” called into question the level of support Biden achieved in the 2020 presidential election—particularly after his relatively few and far between public appearances on the campaign trail.

According to the Conservative Brief, artists known as the Truth Bombers performed the song and well known songwriter Jeffrey Steele penned the piece. Steele previously wrote chart-topping songs for Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw.

Some of the team who created the song “Justice for All,” performed by the January 6 political prisoners, also helped on the project. Music executives LJ Fino and Ed Henry both assisted in the production of the song.

Lake promoted the tune via Twitter. It is available via Spotify and Apple Music.

The lyrics included lines such as “I can’t afford the groceries, I can’t afford your gas, it’s Biden inflation nation” and “you failed to build back better, you pissed off the middle class.”

The song included a recording of former President Donald Trump reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, along with several voice clips of Lake’s previous shots at the Biden administration.

“I want to send a message to the technocrats, to the tyrants, that we’re on to what they’re pushing,” Lake said, announcing the song at the Real America’s Voice Network. “We’re on to this B.S. system.”

Twitter users received the song excitedly, expressing excitement for Lake’s jab at the sitting administration.

Lake’s lawsuit against the state of Arizona for the 2022 governorship recently took a turn for the better when Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson denied a demand to sanction the former candidate by alleged Gov. Katie Hobbs and Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes.

The motion for sanctions was spurred by the alleged “frivolous arguments and frivolous claims [brought] before the Court.”

Thompson countered the demand by calling the requested sanctions “groundless.”

“Even if her argument did not prevail, Lake, through her witness, presented facts consistent with and in support of her legal argument,” he added.

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