Stacey Abrams Denies That She Didn’t Accept The Outcome Of The 2018 Georgia Governor Election (VIDEO)

During a recent episode of The View, Stacey Abrams tried to rewrite history.

Now that Democrats have decided that it’s evil to question election outcomes, Abrams is trying to say that she never questioned the outcome of the Georgia governor election in 2018.

That’s simply not true. She did question it, and it’s on video.

FOX News reports:

Stacey Abrams praised on ‘The View’ for not conceding election, defends saying she ‘won’ Georgia race in 2018

A host of “The View” praised Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for not conceding her election in 2018 as she defended her claim that she “won” her race against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp.

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“So this is your second run against incumbent Brian Kemp for governor, and polls show a tight race, especially the poll this morning. When you lost in 2018, you didn’t traditionally concede which I appreciated because you cited voter suppression. Are you confident that this will be a free and fair election, and not a repeat performance of what happened before?” co-host Sunny Hostin asked.

Abrams said she appreciated the framing of Hostin’s question. “I have never denied that I lost. I don’t live in the governor’s mansion. I would have noticed,” she said.

“And there is this clip that’s going around, and it shows me saying that we won, and what I was referring to was that we won in terms of communities that were long left out of the electoral process finally participating in ’18 in outstanding numbers,” she said.

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Here’s the video:

Here she is in the past:

She can try to spin this but it’s not going to work.

 

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