A guest post by Hailey Sanibel of Blue State Conservative.

Stacey Abrams both personifies and epitomizes the abject failure of woke identity politics. She is utterly talentless, mostly toothless, and lives comfortably only because she failed her way to the top. For people like Abrams, it’s either lording over others with tyrannical obsessions or struggling to make ends meet working minimum wage (with all due respect to real minimum wage earners). There is no in-between.

After demanding fascistic Covid policies, she once showed up maskless for a photo-op with a classroom full of diaper-wearing children. To my knowledge, she still hasn’t conceded the 2018 governor’s race against now-incumbent Brian Kemp.

And she is back for more lickings from the Georgia voters.

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An Emerson College poll reported that voters are completely turned off by the race-obsessed Abrams, despite her opponent spinelessly walking away from countless allegations of impropriety and fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Emerson College writes:

“In the gubernatorial 2018 re-match, 48% plan to support Governor Brian Kemp, 44% plan to support Stacey Abrams, 6% plan to vote for someone else, and 2% are undecided. The majority of Georgia voters (58%) expect Kemp to win whereas 42% expect Abrams to win.”

This is huge news for Republicans and freedom lovers everywhere. If Gavin Newsom and Joe Biden have taught us anything, it’s that far-left leadership ushers in catastrophe – intentionally, I might add – everywhere it goes.

The report continues:

“Forty-seven percent of Georgia voters have a very (30%) or somewhat (16%) favorable view of Kemp while 49% have a somewhat (12%) or very (37%) unfavorable view of Kemp. Forty-five percent have a very (38%) or somewhat (7%) favorable view of Abrams while 50% have a somewhat (5%) or very (45%) unfavorable view of Abrams.”

Not polling just for the governor’s race, there was also positive news for Trump-backed Senate candidate Herschell Walker.

“Exactly half of Georgia voters have a very (27%) or somewhat (22%) favorable view of Herschel Walker, while 46% have a somewhat (8%) or very (38%) unfavorable view of Walker. Forty-seven percent have a very (41%) or somewhat (7%) favorable view of Senator Warnock, while 46% have a somewhat (6%) or very (40%) unfavorable view of Warnock.”

The Senate race is equally vital, as Republicans just need to siphon off a net gain of just +1 to destroy the deadlocked Senate and take away the tie-breaking Kamala Harris. With an expected House takeover, a GOP-led Senate could provide the much-needed one-two punch to shut down Joe Biden and his America-Last administration.

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