Hillary Clinton: ‘Stacey Abrams Should be Georgia Governor’

Yikes. We have one sore loser endorsing another sore loser, and it’s about like the blind leading the blind!

Former presidential nominee Hillary Clinton delivered the keynote address at the Defense of Democracy Conference, which took place at Georgetown University. During that speech, she told the audience that Stacey Abrams should be Georgia’s governor.

How about, NO! Abrams lost to Brian Kemp in 2018, and it was for good reason. Abrams is not fit to be governor of Georgia. She is drowning in the liberal cesspool, and we do not need her filthy hands touching anything in a position of power.

The woman literally claims that voter I.D. laws are racist! Seriously? How can that possibly be considered racist? It literally means that you cannot vote without a valid form of identification, which prevents illegal immigrants from voting in our elections. Last time I checked, “illegal immigrant” was not a race.

For Clinton to endorse her for an election that has long been over not only beats a dead horse, but shows how truly ignorant she really is.

“Number one, voter suppression. We saw what happened in Georgia where Stacey Abrams should be governor of that state,” the former Secretary of State said. ““Registered voters were kept off the rolls. Their registrations just piled up in some back office with no intention ever enroll them so that they could actually vote.”

“We also saw what happened in 2016. Experts estimate that anywhere from 27,000 to 200,000 Wisconsin citizen voters, predominantly in Milwaukee, were turned away from the polls.” Clinton continued, “That’s a lot of potential voters. They showed up, but maybe they didn’t have the correct form of identification, maybe the name on their driver’s license included a middle name or initial that wasn’t on their voter registration, but officials made every excuse in the book to prevent certain people from voting in that election.”

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Aren’t we just so fortunate that neither of these women took office? I, for one, am thankful that neither of them were voted in.