Stacey Abrams’ Spin on Voter Turnout in Georgia Defies Belief – Opinion

Many are noticing an amazing turnout at early voting in Georgia. It would seem that this puts to rest the lies that Democrats have been telling us about the Georgia voting laws that were passed last year. Democrats falsely claimed that the law 2021 restricted voting when it actually increased voter opportunities. They even had the temerity to call it “Jim Crow” (an insult to what people had to go through under the real Jim Crow) and attacked the Republicans incessantly over it.

Joe Biden also accused Republicans of being like Bull Connor. The lies were too much. Democrats complaining about the law — Stacey Abrams being one of the most prominent making noise on the subject — resulted in MLB pulling the All-Star Game from Georgia. Joe Biden supported that.

The state lost at least $100 millions in revenue from this game. It was all based upon a lie. This alone is enough reason to declare that Democrats shouldn’t win another seat in the state. Because they didn’t care how they hurt the people; all they cared about was their power.

There was little to no problem on primary election day.

So, are any of the Democrats sorry for their claims now that they’re been proven wrong? What about Stacey Abrams, the Governor of Georgia in her real life?

Here’s Abrams now, not only not apologizing but saying that the increased turnout doesn’t mean there still wasn’t suppression.

“We know that increased turnout has nothing to do with suppression,” Abrams claimed, arguing that “correlation had nothing to do with causation.” Yep, don’t look at the fact that her lie just go blown up; let her try to sling more b.s. These are the Democrats’ current position. They just keep lying — even when the truth is right there, obvious for all to see.

As we previously reported, Abrams also had attacked Georgia, saying, “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.” Oh, that’s going to go over well. Not.

Some Georgians were not happy with the remarks.

One even noted that “If it’s so bad, why does she have two houses here?” Now, that’s the perfect response.

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