Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams still can’t believe the good people of the Peach State didn’t coronate her their queen and cower before her ultra-liberal progressive agenda.
And it’s been three years. Three years.
In a speech stumping for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat running for his second non-consecutive term in a close race against Republican Glenn Youngkin, Abrams complained that she “was not entitled to become the governor” of Georgia, where she lost to Republican Brian Kemp in 2018 and has pitched a colossal hissy fit about it ever since.
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/8JXZzloy6e— The Hill (@thehill) October 19, 2021
"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 proclaimed, while an uncomfortably awkward McAuliffe nodded behind her.
As a matter of public service, can someone please inform Ms. Abrams that no one – Democrat or otherwise – is “entitled” to be the governor of any state.
But since she clearly has trouble understanding and accepting simple concepts, maybe write it in purple crayon and give it to her in an "I Can Read' book, or something.
(Cover Photo: Gage Skidmore)