‘Go Out And Try To Milk A Bull’: Rally Erupts When Kari Lake Challenges Democrat Opponent

‘Go Out And Try To Milk A Bull’: Rally Erupts When Kari Lake Challenges Democrat Opponent

Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake during a campaign event over the weekend challenged her opponent, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, to “milk a bull” after claiming the Democrat “thinks there are 47 different genders.”

While Hobbs has taken to writing off Lake as a “conspiracy theorist” she will not debate, Lake hasn’t slowed down going after the Democrat on both economic and social issues, earning her a slight lead in the latest polling.

“Katie Hobbs thinks there are 47 different genders,” Lake told a crowd of supporters in Morristown, AZ. “I’ll tell ya what, I’m not a biology major but there are two genders, guys. Two.”

“Since we’re here at a rodeo — Katie, I’ve got a challenge for you: Katie Hobbs, why don’t you go out and try to milk a bull and tell me how that goes,” the Republican said to loud cheering. “Maybe we can give her a common-sense-county education on the two genders. Send her out and have her milk a bull.”


. @KariLake: “Katie Hobbs thinks there are 47 different genders. Since we’re here at a rodeo, I’ve got a challenge for you. Katie, go out and try to milk a bull and tell me how that goes” pic.twitter.com/UXw4VMC5LC

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 24, 2022

Lake is known for her quips, particularly when she’s challenging the media. Over the summer, for example, the former news anchor left a CNN reporter stunned when Lake told her she’d do an interview with the network on “one condition” — that it be aired on the newly-defunct CNN+.

“Hi, Kari, nice to see you. Kyung Lah from CNN,” the reporter introduced herself as she approached Lake outside an event in June.

“You don’t have a mask on anymore, what’s going on?” Lake asked, feigning surprise.

“Well, we’re outside,” Lah replied with a smile, and the two shook hands. “Do you have a minute to chat?”

“We’re six feet apart,” Lake interjected, and Lah asked again, “Do you have a minute to chat?”

“Um, I’ll do an interview,” Lake agreed, and then added her condition: “As long as it airs on CNN+. Does that still exist?”

“Ah, no,” Lah replied.

WATCH what happens when @CNN ambushes @KariLake outside of an event 😂

“I’ll do an interview with you… as long as it airs on CNN+, does that still exist?”

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— Kari Lake (@KariLake) June 23, 2022

Exclusive Trafalgar Group/Daily Wire polling from earlier this month showed Lake leading Hobbs. The Republican is currently holding the lead against her opponent, according to the latest FiveThirtyEight tracking.

“Arizonans want answers and solutions and they deserve a gubernatorial debate,” said one recent GOP ad, The Daily Wire reported. “If Katie Hobbs is too afraid to debate, how can we trust her to make the tough choices? Katie Hobbs is too weak to lead Arizona.”

The Left-leaning New York Times, too, has hit Hobbs for running from Lake. “In Arizona Governor’s Race, a Question Looms: ‘Where’s Katie?’” one NYT headline ran last week.

“In the final weeks of a tight contest, critics say the Democrat, Katie Hobbs, has been too subdued. Her Republican rival, Kari Lake, a former TV news anchor, is taking full advantage,” the legacy media outlet emphasized.

Related: EXCLUSIVE POLL: Kari Lake In Lead For Arizona Gov, Masters Trails Kelly By One Point For Senate