A former Senator is calling out Stacey Abrams.
The “voting rights” advocate is blatantly playing the race card for her own political gain.
And she completely lost it when David Perdue dropped one major truth bomb.
Stacey Abrams has made a fortune pushing a leftist agenda.
Back in 2018, the leftist ran for Governor and got thrashed in the election by people questioning her ability to run a state when she was personally deep in debt.
A mere three years later she’s now worth a cool $3.17 million thanks to speaking fees and book deals.
Now she’s in a battle for the Governor’s mansion in Georgia.
But for someone who is supposed to have a way with words, she’s sure been doing her best to insult voters.
“Did you all see what Stacey said this weekend?” Perdue asked supporters during a speech.
“She said that Georgia is the worst place in the country to live. Hey, she ain’t from here. Let her go back to where she came from. She doesn’t like it here,” Perdue said of Abrams who moved to the state as a teen.
He then brought up her mad ravings from her 2018 campaign.
“When she told black farmers, ‘You don’t need to be on the farm,’ and she told black workers in hospitality and all this, ‘You don’t need to be’ — she is demeaning her own race when it comes to that,” he said.
“I am really over this,” he concluded. “She should never be considered for material for Governor of any state, much less our state – where she hates to live.”
It should come as no surprise that Abrams is busy pushing a victim mentality.
She is a big proponent of Critical Race Theory and is the Left’s darling as the poster child for promoting “voting rights.”
Both theories reinforce racist concepts and treat members of minorities as helpless victims.
David Perdue was recruited by Donald Trump to run as Governor in Georgia against incumbent Republican Brian Kemp.
After he lost the recent primary contest, he threw his support behind his former opponent saying, “We’re gonna do everything we can to make damn sure Stacey Abrams doesn’t take over this state and let the woke mob take over our beloved children and grandchildren.”
This is the second time Abrams has battled Kemp for the Peach State’s top job.
But this go around she’s rolling in as a high-profile leftist with plenty of support and obvious Presidential aspirations.
As the critical Midterm elections in November approach, Georgia will remain a state to watch in the battle to control the heart and soul of America.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.