What is it with certain people in politics who just won’t go away?
Why don’t they take the hint that people are just NOT interested in them?
Hillary Clinton rode the Bill wave, hoping it would bring her into the presidency. But alas, besides the fact that Orange Man Bad came along, she was just NOT likable.
And when the losing coward lost to Don, she didn’t even have the class to show up at her own election night gathering and thank those who worked so hard for her. She abandoned a stadium full of sobbing supporters – plus millions more around the country.
But she didn’t care about the people, whether they were “her” people or anyone else. Never did. Still doesn’t. She cares about power.
And Stacey Abrams is just as much a sore loser and an annoyance as Hillary.
An annoyance who won’t go away.
She’s just as awful as Hillary and doesn’t mind putting people down and calling them names.
At a gala event recently, she put those in her own state of Georgia down even though she’s running to be the governor there.
She said, “I am tired of hearing about how we’re the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live…”
Hypocrite Abrams is also every bit as an elitist as the rest of the democrats, preaching for us little people to wear masks but then showing up at an elementary school in February and not wearing one and then calling those who criticized her racists.
And what about the diatribes over and over about everyone being racist and everyone trying to suppress the black vote in Georgia? She’s a broken record. Enough is too much.
Even Josh Kraushaar of the New York Times has come to a similar conclusion and said, “Abrams has emerged as a national start among Democrats. But privately Democratic strategists fear that her high-water mark might have come in 2018, when she lost in a Democratic wave year.”
Abrams, who said that Brian Kemp stole the gubernatorial election from her in 2018, will likely be running against him again in November.
When she loses AGAIN, I hope it’s the last we see of her, but just like Hillary, I doubt it will be.