During a recent speech, Democrat candidate for GA governor Stacey Abrams called Georgia the “worst state to live in.” The radical socialist lost her previous bid for governor in 2018. And now, she is making things even harder for herself, this time around.
The far-left Democrat outed herself as a Georgia hater when a picture circulated of her burning the state flag. I guess she wanted to remind voters this election of how little she thinks of the state he wants to run. The progressive activist—who got rich after her last bid—has criticized the pro-business policies that have brought jobs and wealth to Georgia.
Now, voters are letting Abrams know just what they think of her comments.
Stacey Abrams comments that Georgia is the “worst state in the country to live” did not sit well with voters who spoke with Fox News…
“Why does she think it’s the worst? Because she didn’t win the last election, I guess,” Larry, from Lawrenceville, said…
Chandra said Abram’s comments were “absolute nonsense.” […]
“Do you care about safety and your kids or do you care about stuff that’s not none of your business?” Brittany added. [Source: Fox News]
Unfortunately, Abrams is running unopposed for the Democratic nomination. That should tell you how controlled and undemocratic the party is. The powers within the DNC decided Abrams, a socialist activist, should be governor of Georgia. Any moderates that would have been a better fit were edged out.
Had there been, Abrams would have already lost. Nobody can expect to win an election by slamming the very state they want to be governor of. Kemp might have his problems, but there is no way he’d call Georgia the “worst.”
It appears Abrams’ comment has already soured voters. Georgia residents would admit their state isn’t perfect, but they certainly have pride. They choose to live there because there’s nowhere else they’d rather be. In fact, many are moving to Georgia from blue states, because of the better cost of living and quality of life.
Perhaps Abrams should spend some time in crime-ridden Chicago, homeless-covered Los Angeles, or criminally-expensive New York? She’d quickly find out there are plenty of other places in America that are worse than Georgia. Most of them, big surprise, are run by Democrats.
In fact, the only way Georgia would suffer is if Abrams became governor. She’d import radical policies from California that would raise taxes, increase the cost of living, and reward criminals over law-abiding citizens.
Author: Bo Dogan