Kari Lake Takes Shots at Former Nazi George Soros

Kari Lake discussed her visit to Hungary to deliver the keynote address at CPAC Hungary during a recent appearance on Bannon’s War Room.

Kari Lake Targets Nazi

Her other target was former Nazi George Soros, whom she referred to as the greatest known man from Hungary, whose top enemy is Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

The “United Opposition” in Hungary, which unsuccessfully attempted to unseat favored conservative Prime Minister Viktor Orban, received $7.5 million in unlawful funding from abroad.

That’s according to an inquiry prepared by the Hungarian secret services and released on November 23, 2022, according to The Gateway Pundit.

The “United Opposition,” which consisted of the neo-Nazi Jobbik party, collaborated with Biden, Berlin, and Brussels in an unsuccessful attempt to remove Viktor Orban, the Christian Conservative Prime Minister.

With 135 out of 199 seats in Parliament, Orbán won reelection in April with his fourth two-thirds majority (67,84%). According to Orbán, it was a conquest so significant that one could observe it from the moon.

Kari Lake is a Hit in Hungary

According to the Gateway Pundit, Kari Lake is traveling to Hungary to deliver a speech at CPAC and interact with influential conservative figures.

In their coverage of Kari Lake, Hungarian news organizations used flattering words to express their utter amazement.

Bannon asked Lake why she was visiting Budapest.

In her response, she stated she is excited and grateful to be traveling and speaking there as one of the primary contributors.

Lake continued by saying she felt that Hungary has been doing things well, after all. She pointed out Viktor Orban, their president, is a leader who prioritizes the needs of the nation’s citizens.

She said it is a wonderful country to see and to see how well things may run for the populace.

Lake firmly believes all nations need to return to the practice of electing officials that prioritize the needs and concerns of their nation and their inhabitants.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.