Stacey Abrams was humiliated after the results of this survey were released

Stacey Abrams was supposed to be a rising star in the Democrat Party. 

But she got blown out in the 2022 race for Georgia Governor. 

And Stacey Abrams was humiliated after the results of this survey were released. 

Stacey Abrams 2024?

Democrat Stacey Abrams spent four years pretending she was the Governor of Georgia – this despite losing her 2018 gubernatorial race by 55,000 votes – or about 1.5-points. 

Her 2022 rematch against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp wasn’t nearly as close. 

The radical Leftist lost by 7.5-points, or 300,000 votes. 

This despite her fellow woke Democrat candidate, Sen. Raphael Warnock winning his Senate race against Herschel Walker in a close runoff. 

At one point, Abrams was one of the favorites to replace President Joe Biden on top of the Democrats’ 2024 ticket. 

She was particularly a darling of the Hollywood elite. 

Leonardo DiCaprio, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Barbra Streisand, Bryan Cranston, Ed Helms, and Lance Bass.

No, that’s not the list of names for some new Netflix original series, or some upcoming red carpet gala.

It’s a partial list of some of the Hollywood elites making large donations to Stacey Abrams campaign to become Governor or Georgia.

Bill and Melinda Gates were also donors to Abrams’ campaign more than 2,000 miles away. 

But buzz about an Abrams 2024 White House run has subsided since her landslide loss in 2022. 

What happened to Jim Crow 2.0?

And now, a new poll is out proving Abrams’ lack of credibility. 

Back in 2021, the Peach State passed a package of election integrity laws, which include voter ID provisions. 

Major League Baseball virtue signaled and moved its All-Star game out of Atlanta in response to woke outcry over the bill. 

President Joe Biden jumped the shark, labeling the law, “Jim Crow 2.0.” 

Abrams – who has already announced a second gubernatorial run at this point – turned to the oldest trick in the Democrat playbook and called the law racist. 

“These are laws that respond to an increase in voting by people of color,” Abrams told the Associated Press at the time. “Republicans are gaming the system because they’re afraid of losing an election. It seems to infer that if we do absolutely nothing and the votes of Black people and people of color are suppressed, that is not a problem.”

In reality, following the passage of the GOP’s election integrity bill, including voter ID, the black vote in Georgia actually increased. 

Furthermore, a new poll from University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs has found the idea of disenfranchisement of the black vote is a figment of the Left’s imagination. 

The post-election poll found 0% of black Georgians had trouble voting in the 2022 Midterms.

That’s not a typo, it was 0%. 

In fact, another 0% of black voters in Georgia responded that they had a “poor” voting experience. 

Gov. Kemp calls “Jim Crow 2.0” a myth

Republicans have long argued that what’s really racist is to suggest that black people are unable to secure proper identification. 

And the winner of both the 2018 and 2022 Governor’s races in the Peach State says “Jim Crow 2.0” was always a myth. 

“Yet again, the myth of voter suppression in Georgia fails to be supported by a shred of evidence,” Gov. Brain Kemp said in a release about the poll. “Democrats have juiced this lie for every cent it was worth, disparaging our state and undermining faith in our elections.”

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