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Democrats Claim Georgia Governor Race is Unfair and Being Stolen From Stacey Abrams

Democrats are politicizing the Georgia governors race claiming the election is unfair and in the process of being stolen.

Hillary Clinton said Democrat Stacey Abrams didn’t win the Georgia governors race because the race was unfair.

Clinton made the remarks at the University of Texas where she received the first In the Arena Award from the LBJ School of Public Affairs.

Despite trailing in the vote count, Abrams refuses to concede the election to former Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

The Statesman reports:

Of Stacey Abrams, an LBJ School alumna and the Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia, Clinton said, “If she had a fair election, she already would have won.” The race remains unsettled.

Clinton also decried the decline of news and the American attention span in the age of clicks, and the rise of intentionally misleading information and “deliberate falsehoods that started on the first day of (the Trump) administration.”

The claim of an unfair election by Clinton is being echoed by other high profile Democrats.

New Jersey Democrat Senator Cory Booker believes the Georgia gubernatorial election is in the process of being “stolen” from Abrams.

Yahoo News reports:

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said he believes the Georgia gubernatorial election is being “stolen” from Democrat Stacey Abrams. He spoke during an interview at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit on Tuesday.

“There should be a federal investigation. The Justice Department should be investigating that election to make sure it was fair and the decisions that were made were not to politically advantage someone but to protect voters and the voting process,” Booker said.

Ohio Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown also made a reference to the Georgia race being stolen.

Real Clear Politics reports:

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) said if Stacey Abrams does not win the Georgia gubernatorial race then Republicans “stole” the race in a speech Wednesday to Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.

“If Stacey Abrams doesn’t win in Georgia, they stole it, it’s clear. It’s clear. I say that publicly,” Brown said.

The claims of a stolen election is not really about Abrams and her quest to be the first black governor in the U.S.

Democrats are using the unsubstantiated statements to generate outrage from black voters in preparation of the 2020 presidential election.

Tom Borelli

Dr. Tom Borelli is a Newsmax TV contributor and radio commentator addressing political issues from a conservative grassroots perspective. As a columnist, he has written for The Washington Times and authored articles for Newsmax Magazine, Newsmax Insider and previously was a co-host with his wife Deneen Borelli on the SiriusXM Patriot channel. Dr. Borelli appeared on numerous television programs, including the highly ranked Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” “Hannity,” “The Kelly File," and "America’s News Headquarters." He has also appeared on Fox Business Network’s “Making Money with Charles Payne” and “After the Bell” as well as TheBlaze TV’s "The Glenn Beck Program" and "Dana!" Prior to working for public policy organizations, Dr. Borelli was a managing partner with the investment advisory firm of Action Fund Management, LLC and a portfolio manager for the Free Enterprise Action Fund (FEAF) where he used shareholder activism to challenge corporations that sought to profit from the growth of government. During his 25 years with the Altria Group, Inc., he built a foundation in public policy and issues management, drawing from diverse experiences ranging from basic research to corporate affairs. Dr. Borelli served as science fellow for the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Science, Space, and Technology during the 100th Congress. Dr. Borelli has also published scientific papers on interferon and human leukemia.

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