Democrat Stacey Abrams, who ran for governor of Georgia in 2018, lost to Brian Kemp by 50,000 votes, but to this day still hasn’t conceded.
Abrams, like Hillary Clinton, believes the election was stolen from her by Republicans engaging in voter fraud.
Of course, this is hilarious considering both are now lambasting President Donald Trump for having similar beliefs.
This weekend Stacey Abrams appeared on CNN boasting to have up 1.2 million absentee ballots ahead of Georgia’s January 5th Senate runoff race.
Abrams, now the founder of the voting rights organization Fair Fight, bragged to CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State of the Union.”
“We know from the numbers that we’re in a good place; 1.2 million absentee ballots have been requested thus far.
Just to put that into context, 1.3 million were requested for all of the general election.”
“85,000 of those applications are from voters who did not vote in the general election, and they are disproportionately between the ages of 18 and 29 and disproportionately people of color.”
Amazingly, Stacey Abrams told Jake Tapper that, unlike Trump, she won her election fraud lawsuits.
But as we reported that’s an egregious lie, which is something Stacey Abrams has become an unqualified expert at doing.
Stacy Abrams Heads Georgia Democrats’ Election Fraud Efforts
As TuskerDaily reported in early December, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced state officials are investigating the illegal registration efforts for Georgia’s Jan. 5th Senate runoff election by ultra-liberal progressive groups such as AmericaVotes.org.
Before Robinson she worked at the AmericaVotes PAC, she was ‘Stacey Abrams For Governor’ Chief Political Director and her Chief of Staff.
In his news conference, Raffensperger announced:
“We have opened an investigation into a group called America Votes, who is sending absentee ballot applications to people at addresses where they have not lived since 1994,”
Raffensperger added that his office’s 23 investigators were also are looking into other allegations of absentee ballot fraud, such as sending dead people and non-residents absentee ballots.
America Votes sent the absentee ballots in hopes of swinging Georgia’s runoff election, which will determine which party gains control of the US Senate, to the Democrats.
Stop The Steal Georgia
President Donald Trump warned at a large rally in Valdosta, Georgia, earlier this month that Democrats are “going to try to rig this election too.”
The President urged Republicans to “go vote and vote early starting Dec. 14 – you have to do it – they cheated and they rigged this presidential election, but we will still win.
Georgia’s House Majority Leader Jon Burns earlier this month submitted a letter signed by more than 100 current and newly elected House Republicans to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and the State Election Board to review the state’s absentee ballot verification process.
In the letter, Burns said that many Georgians, including his colleagues, have “serious concerns” about the state’s elections and must have confidence in the progress for the Senate runoffs and future elections.
The House members want Raffensperger to implement a more “robust verification process” for reviewing signatures on absentee ballot applications and mail-in ballot envelopes that will include independent observers.
The runoff, set for Jan. 5, pits incumbent GOP Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, against Democrat challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, respectively.
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