Remember Stacey Abrams? She was Georgia’s Democrat candidate for governor, who adamantly refused to concede her defeat in the 2016 election where most people voted in person.
Abrams stands by her refusal with unproven allegations with an astonishing claim, “Concession means to say that the process was fair, but when I run an organization that in 10 days between election night and the night I refuse to concede we receive more than 50,000 phone calls for people who were denied the right to vote, I am complicit if I say that that system is fair.”
It is important to remember that the Democrat definition of “voter suppression” is actually requiring the voter to prove residency and produce identification.
Rather than asking Abrams for actual proof of voter suppression, the fawning mainstream press allowed her to make unproven allegations. Voters were stricken from the rolls and long voting lines were, according to Abrams, “at least in part” responsible for her loss. (The other part was that Abrams was a raging liberal with no government experience running in a traditionally Republican state.)
Abrams apparently didn’t learn from her loss as she now stands accused of voter registration fraud in Georgia for the upcoming Senate runoff races. The voter registration group she founded and runs in the Peach State are accused of trying to register dead people and people from out of state to illegally vote in the upcoming pivotal January 5 U.S. Senate runoff elections.
You don’t have to live in Georgia or even be breathing to have received a voter registration application from Stacey and her gang. Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger said he has “received specific evidence that these groups have solicited voter registrations from ineligible individuals who have passed away or live out of state.”
Four examples cited by Raffensperger’s office:
–A Fulton County resident received five postcards soliciting registration for the same dead person.
–A Cherokee County Georgian who received a voter registration form for a spouse ineligible to vote.
–A voter who received a voter registration solicitation for a daughter who has not lived in Georgia for five years.
–A fourth individual who reported receiving a “package of postcards” at her home in New York City encouraging people to vote in the Georgia Senate runoffs.
Raffensperger also pointed out that one Abrams’ affiliated group, Operation New Voter Registration Georgia, is “telling college students in Georgia that they can change their residency to Georgia and then change it back after the election.”
Georgia currently has 23 investigators looking into 250 “credible claims of illegal voting” and election law violations, which under Georgia statutes are felonies. Someone who registers to vote in Georgia knowing they are unqualified can be sent to prison for one to 10 years and be fined up to $100,000.
So, will Stacey be making a guest appearance on the Netflix reboot of “Orange is the New Black”? Probably not. The mainstream press loves her. She is largely credited with the paper ballot turnout that helped Biden narrowly win her state. Plus we’ve all seen time after time how Democrat elites almost always get away with their crimes (Hillary Clinton anyone?)
On the other hand, encouraging gullible voters and college students to commit a felony could blow back hard on Stacey and company. Georgia’s enforcement authorities will hold those organizations responsible. Said Raffensperger, “I will investigate these claims thoroughly and take action against anyone attempting to undermine our elections.”
President Trump was right. Massive mail-in balloting has opened the door to unprecedented election fraud, which likely cost him reelection. America’s last best hope is that the country can be spared from another fraud in Georgia’s upcoming crucial Senate runoff election.