Stacey Abrams is kicking herself after a report exposed this major issue that is sinking her election denial campaign

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What do Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, and Stacey Abrams all have in common?

Based on the standard Democrats have set since the 2020 Presidential election they’re all “election deniers.”

But now Stacey Abrams is kicking herself after a report exposed this major issue that is sinking her election denial campaign.

Stacey Abrams: An OG election denier

Two-time failed Democrat Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams spent the four-years after she lost the 2018 election by ~55,000 votes – a little less than 2% of the votes – pretending she was the rightful Governor of Georgia.

Her 2022 rematch against Republican Governor Brian Kemp wasn’t nearly as close – she lost by some 300,000 votes, or nearly 8% of the vote.

To further demonstrate just how poor of a showing she had, her fellow woke Democrat candidate, Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA), was able to win his Senatorial race against Republican challenger Herschel Walker in a close runoff. 

To the surprise of no one, Abrams blamed her crushing defeat on racism and supposed “disenfranchisement” of the black vote – it’s the same playbook she utilized after losing in 2018.

In fact, she built a brand around fighting for so-called “voting rights.” 

Of course, what she really wants is for election integrity to be nonexistent, allowing fraud to spiral further out-of-control.

But her brand just suffered a big black eye.

A reckless raise and spend leftist

Abrams was so committed to Democrats’ Big Lie that Republicans’ sole goal in life is to suppress non-white votes that she even launched a non-profit organization to fight against election integrity. 

She called her group Fair Fight. 

The two-time failed Gubernatorial candidate was able to sell the phony narrative of black people not being allowed to vote to the tune of about $100 million in donations. 

However, much like the Biden regime she so admires, Abrams and her organization are spending far more money to influence the outcome of elections than she’s taking in. 

The Atlanta Constitution-Journal is reporting that Fair Fight has about $1.9 million in the bank. 

But that’s nothing compared to the reported $2.5 million in debt the group is carrying. 

According to the report, Fair Fight is now looking to restructure its debt. 

But The Atlanta Constitution-Journal added that Abrams is now laying off dozens of Fair Fight staffers.

And they went on to report that the future of the organization is in jeopardy. 

“The Fair Fight political and advocacy organization Stacey Abrams founded is laying off staffers and narrowing its mission as it struggles with mounting debt from lengthy court battles over voting rights that racked up massive legal bills,” the report reads. 

Voter ID doesn’t suppress voting

One possible reason for Fair Fight’s struggles could be because it’s been proven to be unnecessary. 

Back in 2021, Georgia passed a package of election integrity laws, which include voter ID provisions.

President Joe Biden jumped the shark, labeling the laws, “Jim Crow 2.0.”

Abrams, who had already announced a second gubernatorial run at this point, turned to the oldest trick in the Democrat playbook and called the law racist.

“These are laws that respond to an increase in voting by people of color,” Abrams told the Associated Press at the time. “Republicans are gaming the system because they’re afraid of losing an election. It seems to infer that if we do absolutely nothing and the votes of Black people and people of color are suppressed, that is not a problem.”

In reality, following the passage of the GOP’s election integrity bill, including voter ID, the black vote in Georgia actually increased.

Furthermore, a poll from the University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs found that the idea of black voter disenfranchisement was nothing more than a figment of Democrats’ imagination.

The post-election poll found that 0% of black Georgia voters reported having any trouble with the voting process in the 2022 Midterms.

In fact, another 0% of black Georgia voters responded that they had a “poor” voting experience.

As it turns out, voter ID is not racist at all – it’s simply common sense.

What is racist, however, is believing that black Americans aren’t capable of the incredibly easy task of obtaining an official identification card.

Should Stacey Abrams run for elected office again?