Liar liar, Stacey Abrams’s pants have to be on fire after she dropped a whipped while babbling nonsense with the cast of ‘The View’. The failed Georgia DEmocrat claimed that she never stated that she rightfully won the Georgia elections. That’s not all, Abrams pulled Trump into her argument trying to make her point that she is ‘not like him’.
Abrams was referring to Trump questioning authorities about voter interference in the 2020 election after several reports showed ballots being thrown in the trash and some claims that the voting machines were rigged. (Among other accounts)
Host Sunny Hostin framed the question for Abrams so well that even the politician took notice. Hostin introduced the subject of the 2018 election by saying, “When you lost in 2018, you didn’t traditionally concede which I appreciate because you cited voter suppression.”
Abrams responds to that carefully set up question by claiming she was only claiming a moral victory. “There’s this clip that’s going around and it shows me saying that we won. What I was referring to was that we won in terms of communities that were long left out of the electoral process finally participating in ’18 in outstanding numbers.”
But that simply isn’t so. Not only did she say repeatedly that the election was stolen from her but she told reporters. Like the ones who work for New York Times.
Let’s not take my word for it. Here is the receipt. Below is just a snippet of just one of the times Abrams claimed that she won the election—And not just from a moral standpoint:
“I saw that recently you said something like you’d won your election but you just didn’t get to have the job. Yes.
Is there any fear on your part that using that kind of language fans the same flames that President Trump has fanned about delegitimizing our elections? I see those as very different. Trump is alleging voter fraud, which suggests that people were trying to vote more than once. Trump offers no empirical evidence to meet his claims.
I make my claims based on empirical evidence, on a demonstrated pattern of behavior that began with the fact that the person I was dealing with was running the election. If you look at my immediate reaction after the election, I refused to concede.
It was largely because I could not prove what had happened, but I knew from the calls that we got that something happened. Now, I cannot say that everybody who tried to cast a ballot would’ve voted for me, but if you look at the totality of the information, it is sufficient to demonstrate that so many people were disenfranchised and disengaged by the very act of the person who won the election that I feel comfortable now saying, “I won.” My larger point is, look, I won because we transformed the electorate, we turned out people who had never voted, we outmatched every Democrat in Georgia history.”