What is it with all these losers who do the predictably leftist thing of playing the victim following embarrassing losses in their respective 2018 races?
Failed Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams spoke at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas on Monday and complained her way into revealing that she’s still not over losing to now-Governor Brian Kemp (R).
“I’m still angry. I’m still very bitter. I’m still sad,” Abrams said. “I can’t prove I would have won, but we don’t know because of how he behaved.”
Abrams can be bitter all she wants. She still lost. Nothing is going to change that. No amount of Hollywood threats can help Abrams claim the seat that she and others felt she was entitled to.
According to Breitbart, here’s part of the reason for Abrams level of saltiness:
The failed candidate for governor and her allies have accused Kemp of suppressing African-American and Democrat voters to win what was one of the midterm election’s most high-profile races. Abrams, who is out with a new book Lead from the Outside, recently launched Fair Fight Action, a group aimed at combatting voter suppression. In a federal lawsuit against Georgia officials, the group accused the state of grossly mismanaging its election system.
Ah, okay. So this is now about selling a book since Abrams wasn’t successful in her political aspirations.
Abrams has been a darling of the far-left since Hollywood threw money at her campaign in order to get a leftist in charge of a state that has become the “Hollywood of the South.”
Despite losing in a very public manner, Abrams was the choice of the left for their response to this year’s State of the Union address by President Donald Trump. Abrams took that opportunity to speak less of the Democratic position and more about herself than anything. She was introducing herself to America without ever substantively addressing what the left may have disagreed with the president on.
People like Abrams, and Robert Francis 'Beta-male' O’Rourke, keep telling anyone who will listen about how horrendous their losses were. If you keep playing the victim, you will very rarely be the victor.