CAUGHT ON TAPE: Democrat Stacey Abrams Attacks Georgia Agriculture and Hospitality Workers

Far-left Democrat Stacey Abrams is now openly disparaging some of Georgia’s largest industries and the hundreds of thousands of Georgians employed by them.

Per the RGA:

Far-left Democrat Stacey Abrams is now openly disparaging some of Georgia’s largest industries and the hundreds of thousands of Georgians employed by them.

New video shows Abrams claiming that “people shouldn’t have to go into agriculture or hospitality to make a living in Georgia.” Abrams made this belittling statement despite the fact that agriculture is Georgia’s number one industry, while over 490,000 Georgians are currently employed in the state’s hospitality sector.

Abrams’ comments show an alarming disregard for the hard-working people of Georgia.

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