Democrat Stacey Abrams lost her bid to become Georgia’s governor to Republican candidate Brian Kemp in 2018. Several weeks after the election, Abrams refused to concede, pretending instead, that she won the election. To this day, Abrams still refuses to concede the race.

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Abrams made another appearance on The View today, where she criticized Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s decision to reopen Georgia’s economy, accusing him of putting lives at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The View” host, Whoopi Goldberg, asked Georgia’s imaginary governor Stacey Abrams her feelings about elected Governor Brian Kemp’s decision to re-open some small non-essential businesses like gyms, tattoo parlors, and nail salons, as early as Friday. It’s curious, that Stacey Abrams is frequently asked to opine on decisions made by the governor who defeated her in 2018. Abrams is not an elected official and holds no political office, yet her opinion on political matters seems to be of great interest to leftist hacks like the left-wing hags on The View.

Joy Behar accused Governor Kemp of not understanding how the coronavirus is spread. The left-wing nut job, comedian-turned-political expert, Joy Behar asked the imaginary governor about where the actual governor gets his news and if his decision to re-open the state is politically motivated? A frustrated Abrams claimed the governor should be focused on paying rent and mortgages for people and focus on testing.

“There is no logic,” Abrams told The View hags, adding, “and that’s part of the problem. We only shut down Georgia two weeks ago. So let’s remember, we were one of the last states to respond to the call for the shutdown because the governor did not recognize that asymptomatic people could spread the disease.”

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