McAuliffe claims Stacey Abrams should be governor of Georgia, furthering what some call her ‘Big Lie’


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McAuliffe accused Brian Kemp of ‘removing’ 1.4 million voters, despite the allegation being found to be false.

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Virginia democratic Gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe claimed that Stacey Abrams should be the governor of Georgia, over 1 million Georgia voters in the state’s 2018 gubernatorial election by Brian Kemp (who ran for governor while also serving as Secretary of State). accused of “depriving”.

Introducing Abrams at a campaign event on Sunday, McAuliffe said, “She would be the governor of Georgia today, if Georgia’s governor had not disenfranchised 1.4 million Georgia voters before the election.” “That’s what happened to Stacey Abrams. She took away the vote.”


Last week, McAuliffe nodded as Abrams described the 2018 election as a “big lie.”

Stacey Abrams says McAuliffe nodded ‘big lie’ that Georgia race was stolen from her

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Election night in 2018 Abrams accepted That “former Secretary of State Brian Kemp will be certified as the winner in the 2018 gubernatorial election.” But she claimed that Kemp “subdued his hopes for the election by suppressing the people’s democratic right to vote.” She has repeatedly accused Kemp of abusing her position as Secretary of State to suppress the vote.

Still with fact-checkers political facts And USA Today Found “no evidence” and “little empirical evidence” that Kemp stole the election.

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While Kemp cleaned up the electoral rolls before the election (removing 1.4 million active voters from the roll) and held onto some voters, University of Georgia professor Charles Bullock told USA Today that the hold didn’t stop Georgians from voting. Will happen.

“Everyone had to show up with their photo ID, which everyone should have, and they would be allowed to vote,” Bullock explained.

Abrams’ personal website seems to describe him as the “Governor”.

Some commentators have compared Abrams’ claims about voter suppression and the 2018 gubernatorial race to Democrats’ condemnation of former President Donald Trump’s claims of fraud in the 2020 election, which Democrats refer to as “the Big Lie”. We do.

Eric Cunningham, editor-in-chief of Election Daily, wrote on Twitter: “Before Trump’s big lie, Stacey Abrams was a big lie.” “It has permeated the Democratic Party so well that it is nearly impossible to find National Democrats who don’t think the 2018 race was stolen from it.”

In his remarks on Sunday, McAuliffe praised Abrams for advocating for him after the 2018 election, saying that Georgia would not have voted for Joe Biden in 2020, nor would it have voted for John Ossoff and Rafael for the US Senate in 2021. Warnock where it would not have been for Abrams.

Election officials in Fairfax County, Virginia are currently facing a lawsuit accusing them of violating electoral law during the ongoing gubernatorial election. Lawyers have also suggested that churches may have broken the law by showing videos of Vice President Kamala Harris urging churchgoers to vote for McAuliffe.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.

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