DAILYKENN.com --The failed gubernatorial candidate from Georgia, Stacey Abrams, claims Russians will take over the USA in about ten years. The reason? Voter suppression of minorities by (apparently) white people.
First, there no voter suppression of non-whites. Second, there is no connection between the imagined suppression and the imagined Russian apocalypse.
From gatewaypundit.com ▼
Stacey Abrams, the delusional loser of the Georgia gubernatorial race, who still refuses to concede because she believes she actually won the election, warned of a Russian takeover by the year 2030.
Over 100,000 illegal aliens from Central America and Mexico are flooding over the border into the US every month, but Stacey Abrams believes if we don’t stop the (phony) voter suppression of black and brown people, we will all be speaking Russian in 10 years. Makes sense.
And the Democrats believe her incoherent ramblings pass for keen logic.
Stacey Abrams has repeatedly blamed voter suppression for the reason why she lost to Republican challenger Brian Kemp in the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial. She lost by over 55,000 votes but she really won, just ask her.
She didn’t lose because she was a horrible candidate and a tax delinquent, she lost because of evil whitey.
“There’s no more fundamental and national security crisis than the theft of our elections, not simply through Russian hacking, which is incredibly important and we have to pay attention to it, but by the suppression of the very voters whose voices could change the direction of our country,” Abrams said speaking at a national security forum on Friday.
“If we do not secure our democracy and ensure that every vote counts in 2020, we will be having a very different conversation, possibly in Russian, in 2030,” Abrams said to cheers.
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