Finally admitting (but still not conceding) that she is not, in fact, the current governor of Georgia, left-wing activist Stacey Abrams has shifted gears and announced she is working to elect like-minded liberals in the Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi governor’s races. Launching her new group “Fair Fight 2020,” Abrams made it clear that organization’s first order of business is supporting Democrats Andy Beshear, John Bel Edwards, and Jim Hood.
As reported by The Washington Times¸ at a launch event for the group in August, Abrams stated, “We know that there are statewide races happening this year in Mississippi, Kentucky and Louisiana, so we’re there.”
Abrams, who supports government run single-payer healthcare, has suggested that illegal immigrants should vote, and has pushed for sanctuary city policies while demonizing law enforcement, reportedly sees the 2019 gubernatorial elections as a prime opportunity to spread her message.
Democrats in the states are embracing Abrams’ assistance. The Louisiana Democratic Party stated that they are “grateful for the assistance from Fair Fight,” and the Mississippi Democratic Party said that they “look forward” to Abrams’ organization being in the state, adding that “need all the help [they] can get” on Jim Hood’s behalf.
Beshear and Abrams share more than just liberal positions – both have been endorsed by and touted their support for the radical left wing group “Indivisible,” which advocates for impeaching the president and accuses the federal government of funding “concentration camps.”
“Stacey Abrams’ radical agenda includes open borders, massive tax hikes, single-payer health care, impeaching the president, and she has suggested that illegal immigrants are part of the Democrats’ electorate,” said RGA Communications Director Amelia Chassé Alcivar. “The fact that her shadowy organization is working to elect John Bel Edwards, Jim Hood, and Andy Beshear is proof positive that these candidates are typical liberal Democrats.”
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