Speaking at a campaign event for Virginia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, one-time Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams repeated claims that she had the 2018 election stolen from her.
“Just because you win doesn’t mean you won,” she told those in attendance.
She was, according to RealClearPolitics, warning McAuliffe of the potential for voter fraud.
Abrams went on to suggest that she wasn’t “allowed” to win in her race.
“I come from a state where I was not entitled to become the governor, but as an American citizen and a citizen of Georgia, I’m going to fight for every person who has the right to vote to be able to cast that vote,” Abrams said.
Stacey Abrams: “I come from a state where I was not entitled to become the governor, but as an American citizen and a citizen of Georgia, I’m going to fight for every person who has the right to vote to be able to cast that vote.” pic.twitter.com/jHDnasBBkR
— The Hill (@thehill) October 18, 2021
Stacey Abrams Claims Election Stolen – Again
Stacey Abrams’ claims of being cheated out of the Georgia governor’s race have been a consistent theme for her for roughly three years.
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It’s the kind of denial that would cause the media to mock former President Donald Trump for having a warped sense of reality. A denial that would be called the ‘big lie.’ That would result in a ban from social media platforms.
Abrams, however, skates untouched.
.@staceyabrams: “Voting is the most important tool we have to shape the future. So make sure your friends and family are all getting out to vote early, and voting for Terry McAuliffe as Virginia’s next Governor.” pic.twitter.com/giA4XlHOFT
— Poli Alert (@polialertcom) October 19, 2021
Abrams refuses to accept the results from her 2018 election and pretends things actually turned out otherwise.
She told supporters at a luncheon in Houston in 2019 that she wasn’t “delusional” mere moments after declaring “we won” the Georgia gubernatorial race. (Hint: She didn’t).
Abrams has made similar claims – that she won the race for governor in 2018, despite election results showing she was soundly defeated by nearly 55,000 votes.
One of our favorite moments from .@staceyabrams in #Houston for .@AnniesListTX while speaking about keeping up the fight: “usually candidates feel like they have to concede if they want to run for office again to show that they’re a good sport. I am not a good sport.” pic.twitter.com/SHOstTIWMA
— Texas Signal (@TexasSignal) May 3, 2019
McAuliffe Nods In Agreement
Perhaps even more remarkable than Stacey Abrams claiming the election was stolen yet again is that Virginia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe stood behind her nodding vigorously in approval.
“Throughout Abrams’ remarks, McAuliffe nodded, occasionally quite vigorously,” Fox News reported.
The hypocrisy on the part of these Democrats didn’t escape anybody.
Eric Cunningham, editor-in-chief of Elections Daily, tweeted that there is little differentiation between Abrams’ claims and those made by Trump which has consistently been labeled by Democrats and the media as ‘the big lie.’
Before Trump’s Big Lie, there was the Stacey Abrams Big Lie. It has so thoroughly permeated the Democratic Party that it’s virtually impossible to find National Democrats that don’t think the 2018 race was stolen from her. https://t.co/OsivFwXsII https://t.co/ApE1a3KE5B
— Eric Cunningham (@decunningham2) October 18, 2021
McAuliffe currently holds a slight lead in his race. Should he lose, will claims of voter suppression and a stolen election follow?
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