Ms. Stacey Abrams, the inexplicable doll of Hollywood, received a rather rude wakeup call during the midterm elections.
Specifically, incumbent Governor Brian Kemp beat Abrams by 7.5 percent, relative to 1.4 percent in 2018.
And while the media loves to fixate on Trump challenging the 2020 results, it conveniently forgets that Ms. Abrams threw a total fit and refused to concede in 2018.
However, after Kemp increased his victory over Abrams by nearly fivefold in 2022, it is quite clear that Abrams’s message of hate did not exactly resonate with Georgians weary of her constant self-victimization.
They wanted a leader who has a proven track record, which is precisely what Kemp had to offer.
“I fulfilled a lot of promises over the last three and a half years. We created the gang task force at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. We’ve given our attorney general, Chris Carr, more resources to prosecute gangs. We’ve been making sure our capital city’s safe,” Kemp asserted.
Translation: Atlanta is vastly superior than Chicago, Baltimore, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and a number of other Democrat strongholds. In large part due to the refusal to coddle entitled criminals.
Abrams, of course, lamely tried to attack Kemp, without any facts whatsoever, as usual.
Just consider one of the ridiculous taglines in her useless, Hollywood-supported ads.
“Brian Kemp may talk tough, but he makes us less safe,” Abrams whined.
Right. More like Abrams’ obsession with so-called “disinformation” against her makes the entire electoral process less safe, especially given the zeal with which she attacked it in 2018 and has continued to attack it all the way through 2022.
Astonishingly, while Abrams did concede in the face of indisputable defeat, she had the gall to compare herself to a religious martyr.
That’s right: the darling of Hollywood apparently considers herself akin to one of the Christians persecuted millennia ago, as stated by Abrams herself.
Specifically, Abrams brings up the Apostle Paul, notably his letter to the individuals suffering from persecution within the Corinthian church.
“I am … reminded of what Scripture tells us,” Abrams brayed before continuing on to cite II Corinthians 4:8.
“We are troubled on every side yet not distressed. We are perplexed, but not in despair. Persecuted, but not forsaken. Cast dead on but not destroyed,” Abrams intoned.
Comparing herself to literally persecuted Christians is beyond outrageous, especially as the persecuted Christians hardly enjoyed the adulation of the far-left media, not to mention millions from high school dropout Hollywood “stars.”
“I know the results aren’t what we hoped for tonight, and I understand that you are hurting and you are disappointed – I am too. We may not have made it to the finish line. But we ran that race. And we know this path and we know that running is what matters. That standing is what matters. That defending is what matters,” Abrams continued on.
One can only hope that Abrams never attempts to run for office again.
“Now, tonight I am doing what is clearly the responsible thing. I am suspending my campaign for governor. I may no longer be seeking the office of governor, but I will never stop doing everything in my power to ensure that the people of Georgia have a voice,” Abrams added.
Wow, let’s hand this woman a medal! After all, she clearly thinks she deserves one, all for “responsibly” admitting that she lost bigly, even more so than in 2018.
Then again, what is to be expected from a resident snowflake who thinks that everyone deserves a trophy for breathing?
One thing is for sure: She won’t let up on the alleged “voter suppression,” in spite of Georgia experiencing record turnout for the midterms election.
“Let’s be clear, the false narrative that voter turnout has felled the idea of voter suppression misunderstands the effectiveness of suppression. It has never been about stopping all voters. It is about clogging the arteries of the process and stopping certain voters. There is a precision to voter suppression,” Abrams blared.
Such a “precision” that she has yet to produce an iota of evidence regarding all the so-called “suppression.”
Clearly, she can’t own up to the fact that publicly trashing Georgians is probably not the best path to victory.
Who can forget her publicly denigrating the state she claims to represent?
“I am tired of hearing about how we’re the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live,” Abrams roared.
Well, one thing is for sure … the recent election certainly revealed that she was one of the “worst” possible candidates the Democrats could have put up.
Author: Ofelia Thornton