The fact that the 2018 midterm elections were nearly six months ago is one thing.
Having to continue to talk about failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is another.
She has still yet to accept that she lost to Brian Kemp. Likewise, she still may have not even officially conceded the race.
Check it out, per Daily Wire:
Abrams, who lost by nearly 55,000 votes to Republican Brian Kemp, continued to claim without evidence that the election was somehow not fair to her as she also bragged about having “a dramatic increase in turnout.”Trending:
Abrams claimed that her refusal to accept the fact that she lost her election was different than President Donald Trump raising concern over voter fraud, despite the fact that there is proof to back up some of what Trump says about voter fraud including a report published today about 10 people charged in Oregon for alleged voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election.
Abrams noted, “Trump offers no empirical evidence to meet his claims. I make my claims based on empirical evidence, on a demonstrated pattern of behavior that began with the fact that the person I was dealing with was running the election. If you look at my immediate reaction after the election, I refused to concede. It was largely because I could not prove what had happened, but I knew from the calls that we got that something happened.“
Abrams once set the Peach State’s flag on fire. She’s also apparently considering a run for president.
Can’t be Kemp, but can take down Trump? What kind of sorcery is this?
Stacey Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said Monday it was possible she could seek her party’s presidential nomination next year.
Abrams’ comment came after an interview at the South by Southwest conference in Texas, where Abrams reportedly said she previously thought 2028 would be the earliest she could run for president, but over Twitter, she clarified: “Now 2020 is definitely on the table.”
In #LeadFromTheOutside, I explore how to be intentional about plans, but flexible enough to adapt. 20 years ago, I never thought I’d be ready to run for POTUS before 2028. But life comes at you fast – as I shared in Q&A w @Yamiche at @sxsw. Now 2020 is definitely on the table…
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) March 11, 2019
About that pesky ol’ flag burning, via The Hill:
Abrams stood on the steps of the Georgia Capitol in 1992 and burned the Georgia state flag which was viewed as a symbol of white supremacy due to its Confederate design, The New York Times reported.
Does Abrams not know that illegals can’t vote?
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams: Democrats' "blue wave" in November would be comprised of those who are "documented and undocumented" pic.twitter.com/fG1zG79VkT
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 12, 2018
Abrams once voted to confiscate guns. She says she did it just to “start a conversation.”
Will anyone believe that reason?
And “start a conversation” about what, exactly?
Actually banning guns, of course.
Check out what Black Panthers, who chanted “black power,” did for Abrams…
How radical is my opponent? Look at who is backing her. The New Black Panther Party is "a racist…antisemitic organization whose leaders have encouraged violence against whites, Jews, & law enforcement" RT if you agree that Abrams & the Black Panthers are TOO EXTREME for GA! pic.twitter.com/oJXdTHgcym
— Brian Kemp (@BrianKempGA) November 4, 2018
Do these Black Panthers know Abrams wants to confiscate their guns?
Will Abrams condemn the Black Panthers for carrying?
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams says she will ban semi-automatic rifles and she *refuses* to answer whether she'll have the government go door-to-door and confiscate people's firearms. pic.twitter.com/wJ8jgfvguK
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 31, 2018