Georgia’s Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams tries to walk back Saturday’s “worst state in the country” comment
How can you elect a governor who hates your state? The same way Democrats elect federal officials who hate the USA.
The Democrats’ candidate for governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams, who faces no opposition in today’s primary, referred to Georgia on Saturday as the “worst state to live” in. Now she tries to walk it back.
“I am tired of hearing about how we’re the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live,” Abrams stated on Saturday–although her weak attempt to walk this comment back ahead of the Primary on Tuesday refers to it as “inelegant delivery.”
Abrams criticizes Georgia across the board as being, in her view, the worst state in the country, while blaming all of the problems and perceived problems ailing the state on the Republicans.
Despite referring to her comment as being inelegant, Abrams doubles down on listing the reasons that she believes Georgia is the worst state to live in–primarily citing crime, mortality, and mental health issues.
Trending: Female Basketball Player PUNCHES Opponent In Face During NIT Tournament Game… Is Charged With Assault [VIDEO]
By looking at blue states and cities across the nation, we already know that Democrats make all of these issues–and every issue–worse.
The gubernatorial hopeful seemingly despises the state of Georgia, yet she wants to lead it. She pins all of the problems on the Republican portion of the state’s politicians and population.
“I’m so proud that we’re the number one state in the country for business. We’ve got the lowest unemployment state in the history of our state, the most people working,” current Governor Brian Kemp said, in response to Abrams’ criticism of Georgia’s ranking first for states to conduct business in.
In the same breath that she refers to Georgia as the worst state in the country, she insists that current Governor Brian Kemp is the one who doesn’t care about the people of Georgia.