Brian Kemp Destroys Stacey Abrams With One Tweet

Abrams continues to rely on radical California donors to bankroll her candidacy.

The RGA writes:

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams continues to rely on radical California donors to bankroll her candidacy. This week, Abrams plans to travel to San Francisco to raise more money from her extreme liberal donor base.

For weeks, the far-left group known as powerPAC has been funneling money from extreme San Francisco donors, including Susan Sandler and Steve Phillips, to pay for attack ads to bolster her candidacy. Now – with just weeks to go until Election Day – Abrams is planning a major fundraiser in California.

Georgia deserves a governor who will fight for working families, but Stacey Abrams continues to show that she is beholden to west coast liberal elites, not the people of her state. She’s too extreme for Georgia and can’t be trusted to lead.

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