‘Concerned’ Kari Lake jokes about angry Hillary coming for her, lets everyone know she’s not suicidal

The Arizona Republican nominee for governor got a little cheeky with Sean Hannity Friday, assuring voters that she “is in perfect health, my brakes on my car are in good shape, and I’m not suicidal,” following an angry tirade by former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton while stumping for Democratic candidates in the Grand Canyon State.

Kari Lake, currently leading opponent and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs by three points in the polls, made light of the attention her campaign is receiving from Democratic heavyweights, declaring they can throw whoever they like behind her rivals because “we’re going to win this thing on Tuesday.”

(Video: Fox News)

Former President Obama recently campaigned against Lake but the former television anchor was unphased by the attention her campaign has drawn from the Left.

“First it was [Wyoming GOP Rep.] Liz Cheney last week and I just laughed that off. And now I’m living rent-free in Barack Obama’s mind and then [former Attorney General] Eric Holder today,” Lake joked on “Hannity.”

“But I was a little concerned today, I’m going to be honest, when I saw Hillary Clinton badmouthing me and she looked, she looked angry and actually scared. And just completely unrelated, I want you to know, just in case you’re wondering, I’m in perfect health, my brakes on my car are in good shape, and I’m not suicidal.”

Twitter users were quick to jump in on the joke, alluding to the Clinton “hit list” in tweet after tweet.

Quick wit and a sense of humor have endeared Lake to Arizona voters, Hannity quipped, as the polls have consistently shown. But Lake believes Arizona voters are fed up with the Left’s nonsense and her popularity is confirmation of that rather than her charm.

“Well, I think we have a real opportunity in Arizona to get things back on track here,” Lake said. “Everyone wants a secure border, everybody wants safe streets and they know I’m going to be working for the people of Arizona.”

This isn’t the first time Lake has used humor to derail her opponents. In an open letter, Lake trolled Cheney on social media for her campaign’s massive cash haul after Cheney starred in an ad for Hobbs.

“My team tells me your commercial should add another 10 points to our lead! I guess that’s why they call the Cheney anti-endorsement the gift that keeps on giving,” Lake quipped in the correspondence.

She reiterated her stance on an appearance on “Fox and Friends” Sunday, saying she hopes Chaney continues stumping for Hobbs.

“My goodness: I’m telling you, she is going to be our best fundraiser yet,” Lake said. “We have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars since her ad started, and since we put that letter out…She is hated by both sides right now.”


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