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Poll: Kari Lake Holds 28-Point Lead in Hypothetical Arizona GOP Senate Primary

 
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Poll: Kari Lake Holds 28-Point Lead in Hypothetical Arizona GOP Senate Primary
"A strong plurality of Arizona Republicans wants Kari Lake as the state’s Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in 2024, according to a hypothetical primary poll.

The poll conducted by J.L. Partners shows that 38 percent of Republicans and leaners would back Lake in a crowded field, though she has not announced a bid for Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s (I-AZ) seat. She places nearly 30 points ahead of Karrin Taylor Robson — her rival from last year’s GOP gubernatorial primary — at 10 percent of support in second place."

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They'll steal that one too dumbfucks!
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They'll steal that one too dumbfucks!
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They don't learn.

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McCain was from AZ and his people were the originators of the Steele dossier...the link is to the obvious corruption in AZ politics. Kari has a huge battle ahead to get past that.

"The late Sen. John McCain provided intimate details of how he obtained the infamous so-called Steele dossier in his 2018 book, "The Restless Wave."

The Republican senator was attending an annual security conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia shortly after the presidential election in November 2016 when retired a British diplomat approached him.

According to McCain, he didn't recall ever having a previous conversation with Sir Andrew Wood, but may have met him before in passing. Chris Brose, a staff member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and David Kramer, a former assistant secretary of state with Russian expertise, joined McCain and Wood in a room off the main conference hall.

After discussing Russian election interference for a few minutes, Wood explained why he'd approached McCain in the first place.


"He told me he knew a former MI6 officer by the name of Christopher Steele, who had been commissioned to investigate connections between the Trump campaign and Russian agents as well as potentially compromising information about the President-elect that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin allegedly possessed," McCain wrote.

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President Donald Trump (L) and ex-British spy Christopher Steele. Win McNamee/Getty Images; Screenshot/The Independent
Wood told McCain that Steele had compiled a report, while careful to note the information was unverified, which the former British spy "strongly believed merited a thorough examination by counterintelligence experts."

"Our impromptu meeting felt charged with a strange intensity," McCain wrote. "No one wise-cracked to lighten the mood. We spoke in lowered voices. The room was dimly lit, and the atmosphere was eerie."

It all seemed "too strange a scenario to believe" at first, he wrote, but the six-term senator felt that "even a remote risk that the President of the United States might be vulnerable to Russian extortion had to be investigated."

After further discussion, the group agreed to send Kramer to London to meet Steele. When Kramer returned from the meeting and told McCain that Steele seemed to be a reputable source, the Republican senator agreed to receive a copy of the dossier.

"The allegations were disturbing, but I had no idea which if any were true," McCain said. "I could not independently verify any of it, and so I did what any American who cares about our nation's security should have done. I put the dossier in my office safe, called the office of the director of the FBI, Jim Comey, and asked for a meeting."

McCain ultimately turned the dossier over to Comey in a meeting on December 9, 2016 that he said lasted about 10 minutes.

"I did what duty demanded I do," McCain wrote, adding that anyone who disagrees with his decision can "go to hell.""

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