Candace Owens savages ‘corrupt’ and ‘entitled’ Stacey Abrams for obsession with race, power

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Conservative talk show host and commentator Candace Owens tore into Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams, calling her “corrupt” and “entitled” during an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham on “The Ingraham Angle” Friday.

“Yes, she does feel entitled, I think that she’s one of those people that you can say is true to her soul, a Black Lives Matter activist, and I don’t mean that in a good way. I’m talking about, you know, illogically always throwing race into the narrative, thinks that she should be the first, that people should listen to everything she says simply because she’s a black woman and she really does have bad policies,” Owens asserted.

“And let’s also, let’s not forget, she’s also impossibly corrupt. You know, Stacey Abrams, it was her sister that was a federal judge who dismissed when they wanted to clean up their voter rolls in Georgia. She wants to make sure people can get on the voter rolls that are not eligible to vote to make sure that she can win elections,” she continued.

“So she is somebody that you should watch out for. I can’t imagine why any person, any sane individual, would want her leading their state unless you are a glutton for crime, a glutton for punishment. You’re a fan of maybe the ‘Batman’ movies and you want to see what it looks like to live in Gotham City,” Owens added.

“But there’s really no reason that any sane person would want to turn Georgia into a New York or an L.A. situation. But like I said, people should pay attention because she is very corrupt and she is very connected. And she has shown in the past that she will do nothing to stop winning, to stop herself from winning,” she contended.

Ingraham also had thoughts on Abrams running for Governor of Georgia a second time during her show. The Democratic candidate is now claiming she never contested the gubernatorial race in 2018, but Ingraham pointed out that’s exactly what she did.

Abrams said in her speech the evening she lost that “concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true, or proper… I cannot concede.”

During an appearance on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show,” Abrams stated that on Nov. 16, which was 10 days after the election, she “acknowledged” she would not be Georgia’s next governor and that Kemp had won the election. However, she refused to officially concede, saying the election was rigged by voter suppression and made subsequent claims she was the actual winner.

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“On the 16th of November when I acknowledged that I would not become governor, that he had won the election, I did not challenge the outcome of the election unlike some recent folks did,” Abrams claimed. “What I said was that the system was not fair, and leaders challenge systems. Leaders say we can do better. And that’s what I declared.”

“I could not in good conscience say that in order to protect my political future I’m going to be silent about the political present, which is that we have a system under a leader that sought to keep people from casting their ballot, that threw those ballots out, that said that voter suppression was a viable tactic for winning elections,” she accused.

Owens pummeled Abrams as a candidate.

“Let’s say you’re lucky enough to be driving a newer model Porsche SUV with low mileage in pristine condition — and some shmuck approaches you in a parking lot and asks if you’d be willing to trade it for his 2002 Mitsubishi: It’s dented on the driver side and has the muffler hanging off the back,” she commented.

“You’d burst out laughing, right? That’s what Georgia voters’ response should be upon hearing that Stacey Abrams is once again running for governor,” Ingraham posited.

“Why on earth would voters there want to give up economic policies that deliver safety, prosperity, and job growth for the misery of places like California and New York?” she asked.

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“So what, exactly, has Stacey Abrams done to help Georgia since she lost in 2018? — She led the crusade to push the Major League Baseball All-Star game out of Atlanta, that’s what! This cost the majority-black city of Atlanta up to $70 million in lost business,” the Fox host remarked.

“Georgia, this isn’t even a close call. Why on earth would you want to sink into the decline and decay we’re seeing in blue states across America?” Ingraham asked. “Georgians don’t need Abrams to ride to the rescue, they need her to ride into the sunset – and for good.”

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