Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams has been caught on tape once again making comments that prove she’s too extreme for Georgia.
New video shows Abrams at a campaign event this weekend in Atlanta stating that “I am sick and tired of hearing about the free market being the solution…” Abrams’ attack on the free market economy comes less than a week after she was caught on video making disparaging comments about Georgia’s economy, belittling the state’s agriculture and hospitality industries, which employ hundreds of thousands of workers.
With her latest statements, it’s no surprise anti-free market groups like the Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America have actively supported her candidacy. Abrams’ decision to attack and disparage the free market, the historic engine of America’s economic progress, further shows that she is too extreme for Georgia.
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