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Kari Lake Forced to Shut Down Campaign HQ after White Powder Found

'Some people on the left want Kari Lake dead...'

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) With her gubernatorial campaign entering its final 48-hour stretch, Republican powerhouse Kari Lake was forced to shut down her Phoenix, Arizona, campaign headquarters indefinitely on Sunday following the discovery of a white, powdery substance that led Hazmat and FBI officials to respond in full force.

The substance arrived in two envelopes, and officials were notified late Saturday night, arriving around 10 p.m. and staying until 5 a.m., the Daily Mail reported. Among those responding were members of a bomb squad, although the reasons are unknown.

One female staffer was reportedly hospitalized following the incident.

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The Daily Mail reported that the two identical letters containing the substance also had vulgarities and terroristic threats, according to an unnamed campaign staffer.

“Yesterday, one of Kari’s staffers opened up an envelope that had a suspicious white powder in it and had a letter in there with a bunch of vulgarities and ranting and raving about Kari,” said the person. “The employee then noticed second package that was exactly like the first one she had opened and she reported it.”

The episode follows an attempted hoax by Lake’s campaign rival, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who last week accused Lake of breaking into her campaign.

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The person who actually was caught on tape breaking in was identified as an illegal immigrant.

Lake, one of the biggest rising stars in the GOP, has surged ahead with her no-nonsense approach, reminiscent for many of former President Donald Trump, who was one of her biggest early supporters.

Nonetheless, she faces an uphill battle against the corrupt, George Soros-backed Hobbs, who was discovered to have sent out thousands of ballots to people who were not verified as U.S. citizens.

Hobbs has refused bipartisan calls to recuse herself from overseeing the gubernatorial race.

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at truthsocial.com/@bensellers.

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