Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams said she would not be opposed to granting voting rights to non-citizens in local elections.

Abrams, a gubernatorial loser but possible 2020 Senate candidate, is perfectly in tune with extremists in the Democrat Party who would also extend such rights to non-citizens.

She made the comments during an interview on PBS’s Firing Line with Margaret Hoover that aired on Friday.

“In some cases, you would be supportive of non-citizens voting?” Hoover asked.

“I wouldn’t oppose it,” Abrams admitted.

Democrats Want Non-Citizens to Vote

It’s an important reminder during the debate over border security that this is the end-goal for the Democrat Party. They actively want non-citizens in this nation afforded the right to vote.

The Department of Elections in San Francisco began circulating voter registration forms for non-citizens to participate in a Board of Education vote in the 2018 election.

Prior to the midterms, Texas Democrats, according to complaints filed with state and federal officials, were accused of asking non-citizens to register and vote, even going so far as to send out applications with the citizenship box pre-marked ‘Yes.’

During the recount fight in Florida this past election, lawyers representing gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and Sen. Bill Nelson argued against denying a vote cast by a non-citizen.

Abrams Is an Extremist Embraced by Mainstream Democrats

Abrams is embracing extremist platforms such as allowing non-citizens to vote. Republicans repeatedly portrayed her as “too extreme for Georgia” during the last election cycle.

Make no mistake, while she is an extremist to the average American, she has been thoroughly embraced by mainstream Democrats and hyped up by Hollywood liberals like Oprah.

Winfrey spoke at a rally for Abrams, while former President Barack Obama did his best to push the high-tax-supporting, socialism-loving member of their party across the finish line, to no avail.

Abrams, in the mold of Hillary Clinton, never accepted her own election defeat, blaming her loss not on her own radical ideas, but due to fictitious “voter suppression.”

She recently met with top Democrats to discuss a possible Senate bid in 2020, proving the party is lurching ever further to the left while the country itself remains mostly conservative.