Lake invokes Alex Jones as she puts screws to Piers Morgan’s gun control arguments.
Posted BY: Adan Salazar
Former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake bashed cable news network Fox News during an interview with Piers Morgan, who was attempting to corner her in a gun control debate.
During Monday’s episode of Piers Morgan Uncensored, which coincidentally is also available on streaming platform Fox Nation, the show host tried to get Lake to agree with the results of a poll conducted by Fox News which showed a majority of respondents favored gun restrictions.
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A Fox News poll found 87% of Americans back stricter background checks. 81% agree the legal age to buy a gun should be raised to 21. 80% agree that anyone who buys a gun should go through a mental health assessment. 80% want police to take guns from people considered a danger to themselves. 77% want a 30-day waiting off period for all gun purchases,” Morgan said.
“That doesn’t surprise me,” Lake replied, adding, “Fox News is a globalist network pushing a globalist agenda. And the globalists want to make sure…”
“Fox News is watched by a lot of gun owners,” Morgan interrupted.
“Fox News is a globalist network run by globalists who want to bring down our constitution and take away our Second Amendment,” Lake responded.
“I don’t think Fox News is a globalist network. It’s the biggest conservative network in the country,” Morgan argued.
“They fired Tucker Carlson,” Lake pointed out.
“Would you not agree with any of them?” Morgan asked.
Lake maintained the misguided poll respondents were requesting an unconstitutional action. “If you pass any of those and make those laws, they’re unconstitutional. We have a Constitution,” she told Morgan.
Elsewhere in the discussion, Morgan attempted to get the former Republican candidate to admit she lost her election in Arizona, which Lake pushed back against telling Morgan to look at her evidence of voter fraud on her Rumble channel.
Watch the full interview: