Stacey Yvonne Abrams is a politician, lawyer, and voting rights activist. She was also a former member of Georgia’s House of Representatives. Abrams, who lost the Georgia gubernatorial election to Brian Kemp in 2018, declared the race “rigged” without providing any evidence and strongly suggested that she won.
Surprisingly, and unlike Donald Trump, who continues his declaration that the 2020 presidential election is “rigged” or “stolen”) Abrams said to Oprah Winfrey Tuesday night: “I did not win.” “People believe I am confused.” “Although I don’t think so, I have spent the past four years doing what I spoke about.”
Abrams continues to complain about “discriminatory electoral practices” and voter suppression.
My colleague previously reported that Abrams is aware she will face a difficult battle against Kemp in November.
According to Fox News, the extravaganza included a prerecorded split-screen conversation between Winfrey & Abrams in which the dynamic duo talked about the horrors in Georgia and discussed Abrams’s plans in Georgia if Kemp wins November.
Oprah nearly pulled a muscle when she tried to recap the 2018’s governor’s race.
As you demanded that every vote be counted in Georgia, you ended up giving the nonconcession speech.
There was no spin. Unexpectedly, Abrams replied that she doesn’t believe she won the 2018 contest but…
I didn’t win. People say I am confused. Although I don’t think so, I have spent the past four years doing what I mentioned.
And, Ms. Abrams, what “things”?
Half a million Georgians will be without health care if they don’t vote for me. Our children will continue going to schools that are not financially supported and where transgender kids have been forbidden from playing with each other. There will be divisive laws that require you to lie about your history to your children. Protection will not be available to members of the LGBTQ community.
Abrams also stated that Kemp would “attack our freedoms, particularly if you are a woman” if he wins.
So if you want freedom, opportunity, and control over your future, I’m the governor you need. Brian Kemp has proven that he doesn’t care and won’t help.
Oprah went all-metal Oprah.
What can we do? The biggest answer is that you vote because there is too much at stake to not. As you are listing all this, what happens if you don’t vote?
Oprah displayed all her acting talents, including the dramatic ones.
It is really scary. You’re not the type of woman who is afraid. Fear is not something you live in. Are you worried about this lethargy? We’ve learned that there are no checks and balances. I wish that Georgians would make this a reality.
This absurd nonsense went on for over half an hour.
Have you ever seen the entire thing? Me, neither.
Fox reported that Kemp attacked Abrams, calling her “Celebrity Stacey.” She said last month that she is “running her campaign for liberal elites” rather than Georgians. Brian Kemp is a soothsayer.
Fox spoke with Tate Mitchell, Kemp’s spokesperson:
Stacey Abrams solicits the assistance of billionaires from outside the state. Gov. Kemp will speak to Georgians who are hardworking about his economic record and plans to create a safer, more secure Georgia.
Kemp is currently at +5.6% in the RealClear Politics Average. There are still three weeks left.
Oprah Winfrey’s position?
In August 2020, I reported that the billionaire, who had lived a lavish life for decades, raged against America’s caste system, hissing at white people, “You Still Have Your Whiteness.”
According to my knowledge, Oprah’s blackness has worked out great for her.
It remains to be seen what Stacey Abrams will do. She has not yet risen above the Georgia state legislature. However, billionaire Oprah reveres the ground upon which she walks, or pretends to.