Stacey Abrams was caught spending obscene amounts of money on something she didn’t want to admit she was spending money on,.
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Well Stacey Abrams is not too happy now that the number 1.2 Million dollars is out in the open, especially after her storied past of not supporting law enforcement. Now Stacey Abrams is caught
Fox news writes. Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams has spent over $1.2 million on private security since announcing her candidacy in December 2021 despite her ties to multiple abolitionist groups and opposition to the “privatization of justice.”
A Fox News review found that the Abrams campaign doled out over $400,000 between July and August of this year alone for private security.
These payments follow an exclusive report from July that found the Abrams campaign paid out over $800,000 to Executive Protection Agencies, LLC, an Atlanta-based private security firm, between December 2021 and June of this year.
The company’s website says the group provides executive protection that comes with a “keen eye with a thorough knowledge of the venue through threat assessment” for its clients. The website also says the company provides armed and unarmed security guards.
Stacey Abrams was also recently busted trying to flip the narrative on her anti police past.
Next News Network writes. 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.
Well Stacey Abrams wants what most Democrats want, for herself to be secure and the rest of us to fend for ourselves. It is typical of liberal Democrats to force a narrative on the population, yet hold luxury items and other standards for themselves.
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