Although this race between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and his Gop contender Herschel Walker has heated up over the last weeks, Democrat Stacey Abrams hasn’t been able to regain the alleged charm of her failed 2018 gubernatorial race against then-Sec. Of State Brian Kemp. The corporate media and her compatriots woke Democrats couldn’t bleat enough about Abrams’ so-called “abilities” at energizing the Democratic
Polls reveal Abrams has trailed Kemp in every matchup poll but one. Abrams’ inability to gain momentum four years now since she notorious refused to give in to Kemp and well almost two years after being wrongly praised for assisting Warnock and Ossoff win their races – giving Joe Biden a thin margin Senate majority – has Democrats slamming the Code Red button on her contest with just two months until Georgians head to the polls.
Georgia Democrats are pessimistic about Stacey Abrams’ chances of unseating Gov. Brian Kemp, citing her challenges in organizing her party’s caucus and her failure to connect to moderate Republican voters.
Polls show Abrams is garnering less support than another high-profile Dem pursuing a full term, Senator Raphael Warnock. Her supporters have played the “sexism” card to explain why her campaign and Warnock’s are on different tracks.
“Floundering Stacey Abrams Begs Raphael Warnock for Help as Tensions Rise Among Georgia Dems”
Abrams, who’s behind in the polls to Kemp, begged Warnock to campaign for her. His first response? “I’m worried about my own campaign.” Uh oh … details from @sistertoldjah.
— Gray Wolf (@graywolf442) September 8, 2022
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Abrams reportedly begged Warnock to campaign for her after he dodged questions about her.
Mr. Warnock refrained last week when questioned by The New York Times whether he would rally with Ms. Abrams, giving the same trained non-answer Democrats have been giving when asking if they would accept aid from an incompetent President Biden.
Mr. Warnock said analysts want to know who he’s running for and with. Adding that “I’m focused on my campaign.”
Ms. Abrams indicated the following day she would campaign with Mr. Warnock that afternoon.
Mr. Warnock addressed supporters at the rally, “We need Stacey Abrams.” Abrams probably begged Warnock the night before the “endorsement.”
Stacey Abrams has become a Democratic albatross. Why? First, she still supports the Democratic “big lie” about the 2018 Georgia governor race, though she decided to lie about it after announcing her 2022 candidacy. As recently as October 2021, she was highly regarded by her fellow Dems for claiming Kemp “stole” the election from her, but now that Democrats are election-year dogmatists on questioning election results and reluctant to accept the outcomes, her past has returned to bite her — and them — as Republican politicians seek to call them out for their disingenuousness.
Abrams wrecked her state by falsely alleging the 2021 election reforms plan was “Jim Crow 2.0” and intended to suppress the black vote. Her lies, as well as those of others, like Joe Biden, about the bill forced Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star game, costing thousands of small-business owners, many from minority neighborhoods, hundreds of millions in income.
Conservatives maintained her “racist” comments against the measure were false, and record early primary voting figures in Georgia in May showed them correct.
Stacey Abrams had done well at the bank by claiming “racism” and “voter suppression” When she threw her state under the bus over the electoral reforms law, she wounded minority groups financially and then tried to escape her words. Incredibly, she did it again with her hateful statements about Georgia to Gwinnett County Democrats early this year.
Stacey Abrams may not run for public office again after the 2022 gubernatorial election. Georgia deserves better than someone who loathes their state and sabotages it to the bank and MSNBC.