As She Moves Her Campaign Further Left, Stacey Abrams Owes Georgia Voters Answers For Her Extreme Positions

Abrams is too extreme for Georgia.

The RGA writes:

At tonight’s gubernatorial debate in Georgia, far-left Democrat Stacey Abrams owes voters answers for her extreme positions. Just during the month of October, Abrams has been caught disparaging farmers and hospitality workers, admitting that it’s “necessary” to raise taxes on working families, claiming that illegal immigrants factor into her electoral strategy, attacking America’s free market economy, and admitting that she’s a “huge fan” far-left California billionaire Tom Steyer, while backing his radical obsession with impeaching the President. These examples show that she’s too extreme for Georgia.

Just last week, Abrams was caught on video disparaging two of Georgia’s largest industries and the hundreds of thousands of working people employed by them, claiming “people shouldn’t have to go into agriculture or hospitality to make a living in Georgia:”

Abrams stated at a campaign event with Elizabeth Warren that she has support from “those who are documented and undocumented,” appearing to admit that illegal immigrants will play a part in her campaign for Georgia’s highest office:

Abrams admitted that raising taxes on Georgia families is “necessary,” confirming that she wants to raise taxes, despite not paying her own:

Abrams stated that she is a “huge fan” of left-wing California billionaire Tom Steyer, while also backing his radical obsession with impeaching the president:

And just this weekend at an event in Atlanta, Abrams attacked America’s free market economy, claiming she’s “sick and tired of hearing about the free market being the solution:”

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