McCain ‘Repulsed’ by Kari Lake’s ‘Take a Joke’ Excuse: ‘No Peace, B*tch’


After experimenting with headlines for this article, some of which I would not publish, I concluded that politics is a tough sport. It’s not for those who are weak-hearted. When one politician attacks another, why not just admit it and stop making excuses?

This disclaimer is before we start: I am not a fan of either of these ladies, so I have no dog in this fight. But I do love honesty and integrity. Dishonesty and lack of honesty are something that I abhor. Let’s get started, shall we?

Kari Lake, a former Arizona gubernatorial hopeful, claimed in an exclusive interview conducted on Monday that she had “in jest” criticized the late Arizona Senator John McCain (R).

Lake, it is reported, said the following:

Do we have any McCain Republicans? Get the hell out of here!

Lake called McCain, who had died almost two years before, a “loser.” He also called Arizona Republican Senator Wendy Rogers, who called white supremacists “patriots,” and advocated hanging political opponents, a hero.

John McCain’s family was not pleased with Lake’s disparagement of the late Senator.

In response to the criticism of Lake’s 2022 comment, she stated:

The joke was on us. John McCain would probably have laughed if he had heard this. [Republicans] should be able to take a few jokes because they are going through some difficult times right now.

Lake is the only one who knows if Lake was joking. But I doubt any responsible person will laugh at someone who refers to white supremacists as “patriots.”

Meghan McCain, McCain’s daughter and former co-host on “The View,” responded with a scathing response to Lake’s claim she was only joking when she made the “loser blast”.

Kari Lake has tried to retract her attacks against my Dad, his family and all of their loyal supporters. She had told them to “get out” after she said they should.

No peace, b*tch. We know you as you really are, and we are disgusted by that.


If there is a steel cage match, I would definitely pay for it.

The Bottom Line

As I mentioned at the beginning, I am not a fan either of these women. Due to this, I do not have a preconceived political viewpoint from which to give a biased opinion about who is right or wrong.

It doesn’t matter if you loved or hated John McCain, and the same goes for Kari Lake. You would hope that the political views of either the late Senator or Lake wouldn’t influence another person’s opinion about who was out-of-line.

I am sure that those hopes will be crushed.