Unless you’re Donald Trump.
Georgia Governor Stacey Abrams apparently thinks it’s okay that Donald Trump and his supporters question and critique the 2020 election.
Abrams, who launched a campaign f
or a second term as Georgia governor, told Axios she has no regrets about not conceding her 2018 loss to Gov. Brian Kemp:
- She was asked during the interview whether a refusal to concede, as she did in 2018, emboldens former President Trump and his allies, who continue to question the integrity of the election system.
- “I don’t ever want us to be in a place as Americans where we cannot legitimately question and critique systems and try to make them better,” she said.
Oh, wait! Americans except for Trump:
- “What Trump has done is invalidate systems because he didn’t like the personal effect,” she said. “And he’s provided no information or proof of his allegations.”
- “I should be held accountable for everything I say, be able to tie it to evidentiary facts. And that’s what I’ve been doing. And that’s what I’ll continue to do.”
Abrams said 10 days after she lost to Kemp: “I will not concede because the erosion of our democracy is not right.”
Abrams started the Fair Fight Action organization after she lost to Kemp because she believes the Republicans stole the election from her. I doubt she ever showed evidence of voter suppression.
A judge threw out a lot of the complaints filed by Fair Fight Action.
The latest challenge has a narrow focus “on the state’s policy for matching voter registration information, also known as ‘exact match,’ the process for canceling an absentee ballot request when a voter shows up in person and voter list maintenance.”
I wonder what she will do when she fails to win in November.DONATE
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