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Kari Lake’s Immigration Remark Plays Into Racist ‘Great Replacement Theory,’ Scholar Says

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Elon Musk made a misleading claim about Arizona’s election rules, stating that no proof of citizenship is required for federal elections.

However, states do not have the authority to set such rules for federal elections, and Arizona is the only state with a proof of citizenship requirement for state-level elections.

Despite this, Kari Lake, a former gubernatorial candidate now running for U.S. Senate, used Musk’s comment to support her claims about illegal voters and her belief that she was the rightful winner of Arizona’s 2022 governor’s race, despite lacking evidence.

“Arizona clearly states that no proof of citizenship is required for federal elections,” Musk wrote.

“This is why they had to stop me. My plan to shut down the human smuggling and their open borders policies would thwart their agenda to register illegal voters,” Lake said.

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