Stacey Abrams: Republicans Don’t Know How to Win Without Voter Suppression

Stacey Abrams, the failed gubernatorial candidate from Georgia is quoted in an interview on CNN’s “New Day” saying, “[r]epublicans do not know how to win without voter suppression as one of their tools.”

According to The Daily Caller, Abrams used the excuse of voter suppression to provide reasoning as to how she lost in the 2018 Georgia governor race.

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She told CNN host Jim Sciutto that the Democrats saw huge turnouts for the Presidential election in states such as Arizona, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and many others. “When we create access to the right to vote for eligible citizens, more people participate, and Republicans do not know how to win without voter suppression as one of their tools”, said Abrams.

Ms. Abrams is the founder of the Fair Fight voting organization that “brings awareness to the public on election reform, advocates for election reform at all levels, and engages in other voter education programs and communications,” according to their website’s about page.

They also fight against the “[v]oter suppression of voters of color and young voters.” 

Since Stacey Abrams claims to have lost the Governor’s race in 2018 to voter suppression, how then did serve as one of Georgia’s representatives in the House?

It seems that when a Democrat loses an election, it counts as voter suppression but if a Republican loses an election, it’s just Republicans not accepting the “real” results.

Watch the full interview on The Daily Caller’s Website.

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