Stacey Abrams lost the Georgia gubernatorial election to Brian Kemp. Since she failed, the woman has not let it go! She is a sorry loser, and continues to blame “voter suppression” for her loss.
Now the is calling the kettle black, and told college students that we need to stop “re-litigating” past elections. Coincidentally enough, she has still not conceded her defeat to Kemp, which happened in 2018. Two years have passed and she’s still upset about it.
“We have to stop re-litigating past elections and have to start planning for future elections,” Abrams said to students at told the University of New England in Portland, Maine on Wednesday. She also added that she would leap at the chance to join an administration that was led by a 2020 Democrat. They are an “extraordinary crop” of candidates, she said.
Abrams lost the race for governor by roughly 55,000 votes and has since repeatedly blamed the result on “voter suppression” efforts allegedly from Kemp. Several Democrat presidential candidates have claimed that the election was unfair and Abrams should be leading the state today.
“Stacey Abrams ought to be the governor of Georgia,” Buttigieg told Democratic National Committee’s African American Leadership Summit in June.
“When racially motivated voter suppression is permitted, when districts are drawn so that politicians get to choose their voters instead of the other way around, when money is allowed to outvote people in this country, we cannot truly say we live in a democracy,” Buttigieg continued.
In August 2019, Abrams launched a voter protection advocacy group in 20 states called Fair Fight 2020. “We have to fix those laws because as long as we have eligible American citizens who cannot cast a ballot, then the game is rigged,” the Democrat told CBS This Morning at the time.
Abram’s latest comments come after she failed to persuade a judge that approval 100,000 inactive voter registrations should be reinstated to Georgia’s voter rolls.
Perhaps she should take a dose of her own medicine. Just a thought.