Stacey Abrams is having her words thrown back in her face yet again, as she goes out and spreads her misinformation.
Stacey Abrams in 2018 famously made her circuit on TV show after TV show to tell anyone who would listen that she was cheated out of the Governors house. Yet now that she is running again for Governor in 2022 she has a different message and is gaslighting the residents of Georgia on her past statements.
Town Hall writes. The Republican National Committee is calling out Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for claiming she “never denied” that she lost the 2018 election to Republican Brian Kemp.
“So this is your second run against incumbent Brian Kemp for governor, and polls show a tight race, especially the poll this morning. When you lost in 2018, you didn’t traditionally concede which I appreciated because you cited voter suppression. Are you confident that this will be a free and fair election, and not a repeat performance of what happened before?” The View co-host Sunny Hostin asked.
“I have never denied that I lost. I don’t live in the governor’s mansion. I would have noticed,” Abrams responded, insisting she’s not “delusional.”
But here is Stacey Abrams saying exactly the opposite.
Abrams was caught recently in yet another lie, as she attempted to tell voters in Georgia that she never wanted to defund the police.
Next News Network reported. Abrams, who is running for Georgia governor again, has tried to distance herself from the hardline rhetoric of the Defund The Police movement in the past. However, according to state filings, she remains a board member and governing person at the Seattle-based Marguerite Casey Foundation. The organization is famous for its anti police stances. Abrams also collects a salary from the organization which totals over 50,000 per year. Abrams was immediately set back by Brian Kemps team who released a video showing her lies.
Any way you cut it, Abrams is scrambling to get back whatever points she can and is not opposed to lying to anyone who will listen.
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