Think about this for a minute—Joe Biden was seriously considering Stacey Abrams, failed gubernatorial candidate from Georgia as his pick as a running mate for vice president.
Abrams, whose only “claim to fame” was serving 10 years in the Georgia State Legislature and who to this date still hasn’t conceded an election she lost nearly two years ago could literally be one heartbeat (or in the case of Biden, one brain cell) from the presidency.
God help us.
Clearly, Democrats are down with the revolution right now, on board with violent riots that have torn our cities apart, down with statues and monuments that represent our history and our heritage being torn down or otherwise destroyed, and totally behind the fundamental transformation of our Republic into something none of us will recognize.
And as one of those “down for the revolution” Democrats, Stacey Abrams is in for the struggle.
Breitbart News reported that Abrams, who looks about as presidential as Elmer Fudd does for secretary of defense, went totally off the rails recently, blaming the United States Constitution for “the beginning of the practice of voter suppression in the United States.” Yes, she actually said that. The worst part is, she actually believes it.
“Voter suppression was baked into the notion of America,” she told Vanity Fair. “It was embedded not in our Declaration, which was a glorious document, but the Constitution began the practice of voter suppression.”
“We are reaffirming the experiment right now, but we are also seeing some terrible examples of the original flaw in our design, which is that we have delegated to the states the ability to determine not eligibility, but access.
Luckily, we have 34 states that already have some version of vote-by-mail with no excuses. We have 16 states that do it to a lesser degree.”
President Trump has been an outspoken critic of mail-in voting, claiming that it is ripe for fraud and abuse. Abrams says that “voter fraud is not real” and “does not affect the outcome of elections.”
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