Kari Lake Allegedly Bribed to Stay Out of the Senate Race by Arizona Republican Chairman Jeff DeWit

FILE – Arizona Senate candidate Kari Lake speaks during a television interview. Arizona Republican Party Chairman Jeff DeWit has resigned after he could be heard in a leaked recording offering a job and asking Lake to name a price that would keep her out of politics. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

ATLANTA – The United Kingdom’s conservative newspaper “The Daily Mail” released devastating audio of Senate candidate Kari Lake of Arizona allegedly being bribed by Arizona Republican party Chairman Jeff DeWit to stay out of the Senate race.

In the eleven minute recording from last spring, DeWit can he heard saying that “this conversation never happened,” “powerful people back east don’t want you to run,” and she can “name her price” to stay out of politics for “the next two years”. Throughout he peppers Lake with offers of private sector positions,

Shortly thereafter, Chairman DeWit resigned from his position and issued a statement about the incident claiming this is a “set up” full of “selectively edited” audio.