Kari Lake Vows to Defy Biden With Her New “Interstate Border Patrol” Idea That’ll Circumvent Fed Regulations

Kari Lake Vows to Defy Biden With Her New “Interstate Border Patrol” Idea That’ll Circumvent Fed Regulations

Well, it looks like Kari Lake, Trump’s pick for the next governor of Arizona, has just come up with a clever way to beat Biden at his own game and save America from peril.


She’s come up with a way to solve the entire border crisis… and the first step is keeping Joe Biden out of it all together.


Seriously, she’s got a plan called “Interstate Border Patrol” and it circumvents all federal regulations, and allows states to patrol the border as they see fit.

Sounds like a perfect plan to me.

Western Journal reported that Kari Lake’s plan for securing the southern border may very well shatter federal attempts to relax border enforcement.

A former Arizona news anchor who resigned from her post citing a lack of balanced coverage and political viewpoint discrimination, Lake was propelled into the national spotlight as Arizonans and conservative Americans across the country rallied behind her cause.

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In June, Lake announced a run for governor of Arizona, telling The Western Journal at the time that “I am running for Governor of Arizona because I care too deeply about this state and the wonderful people who live here to sit on the sidelines and watch us adopt the same policies that left California in shambles.”

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On Tuesday, Lake revealed her plan for securing the border: creating a new, interstate border patrol that circumvents federal regulations.

The new border security force would be run by an interstate commission “comprised of representatives from participating states” that would oversee security operations along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Within the confines of this compact, member states will … authorize the creation of a dedicated border security force consistent with state law enforcement functions to engage in joint border security operations,” Lake said in a news release sent to The Western Journal.


Such a commission would not be subject to federal restrictions or regulations but would report directly to participating states’ legislative bodies. The security force’s efforts would also be reported to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, but Lake stressed that this would be done merely as a “courtesy.”

“Critics have often claimed that the border is a federal responsibility. And statute is clear that the federal government is responsible for enforcing security at our nation’s borders. But statute does not supersede the Constitution. If Washington refuses to honor its constitutional requirements, states have every recourse and responsibility to take matters into their own hands.

I have a feeling Kari Lake is about to become the next “Ron DeSantis.”

She’s a firecracker and a 100% America First Trump supporter, too.


The best part is that she’s a former news anchor, so she knows all the ins and outs of the fake news media.

I think she is exactly what Arizona – and America needs!

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