Stacey Abrams Avoids Biden and Harris Voting Rights Speech in Georgia

Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams avoided President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris at a voting rights event in Georgia.

Biden is pushing elections reform from the federal level via legislation sitting in the Senate.

A scheduling conflict was the reason given for Abrams missing Biden and Harris.

Biden said, “We got our scheduling mixed up.”

Abrams welcomed Biden to Georgia in a Tweet.

Since voting rights is a key issue for Abrams, it’s odd she would miss the opportunity to be with Biden and Harris.

Biden appeared sensitive to a question about Abrams.

Responding to a reporter who asked the president if he was “insulted” Abrams was not going to see him, Biden responded, “I’m insulted you asked the question.”

Republicans jumped on the opportunity to make the claim that Biden is too unpopular for Abrams to appear with him.

Of interest, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough also concluded Abrams didn’t want to appear with Biden in public.

Press Secretary Jenn Psaki danced around questions about Abrams.

At the event, Biden claimed those opposed to election changes “are domestic enemies.”

Abrams knows Biden is unpopular and appearing with him on stage would provide raw material for Republicans to use during the gubernatorial campaign this year.

It was an obvious snub, especially considering the topic was on election reform.

It’s just more evidence that Biden is a disaster.