’81 Million Votes, My A**’: Kari Lake jabs Joe Biden in SMOKING new music video

Republican Kari Lake may have come up on the short end in Arizona’s controversial gubernatorial election last year but she isn’t going away and just released a butt-kicking new video taking aim at deeply unpopular President Joe Biden who supposedly received the most votes in the history of the country in the 2020 election.

In the rousing three-and-a-half-minute video by Kari Lake and the Truth Bombers titled “81 Million Votes My Ass,” the fiery former newswoman takes aim at the geriatric stumbler with footage of his falls, including on the steps of Air Force One and at a recent speech to graduating Air Force cadets while also mixing in other corrupt Democrats and Biden crime family members, including the president’s sexual degenerate crack-huffing son Hunter.

Lake teamed up with Nashville singer and songwriter Jeffrey Steele for the song that derives its title from a remark she made at a CPAC dinner, a reference to the 81 million votes received by the corrupt career politician, a total that many have expressed skepticism about, especially due to the mass amount of mail-in ballots due to the COVID crisis.

“If you would have told me two years ago, three years ago that I would be in the middle of a political movement I would have said put down Hunter’s crackpipe,” she says as the music kicks in and the video and images roll.

“I can’t afford the groceries, I can’t afford your gas, it’s Bidenflation across the nation, 81 million votes my ass,” the lyrics go.

Among those making appearances in the video are transgender TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney who nearly single-handedly destroyed the Bud Light brand, Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping toasting each other and images from Hunter’s infamous “laptop from Hell” including the first son frolicking with hookers, smoking crack and showing off his nubby rodent-like meth teeth.

More video shows the kid-sniffing old man in action, Biden’s “insurance policy” cackling Kamala Harris and cameos by a dancing Michelle Obama and failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton along with headlines of the untimely accidents and suicides that have befallen many of those who dared to cross her.

In terms of a political protest song, it’s a rousing appeal to those who are fed-up with Democrats and their feeble front man who have dragged America down the dark alley of third-world thuggery of questionable elections and the weaponizing of the legal system against opponents, especially former President Donald J. Trump who was just indicted under the archaic Espionage Act, a fascistic WWI-era law that has been used by Democrats to go after journalists, whistleblowers, and their political foes.

Lake promoted the video via Twitter.

In a recent interview, Lake talked of the potential for “81 Million Votes My Ass” to raise awareness about the need for election integrity.

“The fake news won’t cover it. They’ll cover everything, they’ll lie about everything but they’re so vehemently opposed to printing the truth, and if they cover this song, people are going to find out the truth,” she said.

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