Stacey Abrams lost her 2018 race for Governor in Georgia.
She then spent the next four years incorrectly claiming to be the rightful Governor of Peach State.
If the latest polling out of Georgia proves correct, she may be playing make believe for the next four years.
The Democrat Party has been eyeing flipping Georgia away from GOP control for many years.
In 2020, they thought they’d finally turned the state from red to blue with a controversial Presidential victory in the state for Joe Biden and equally controversial run-off wins in two U.S. Senate races.
But according to the latest polling in the Peach State, Democrats may have counted their chickens before they hatched.
The most recent Emerson poll shows Stacey Abrams losing to both of her potential Republican opponents in the midterms.
Abrams, who Star Trek recently made President of the Universe for an eye-rolling, stomach-turning episode, trails incumbent Governor Brian Kemp by 7-points.
Governor Kemp is in the middle of a heated GOP primary against former U.S. Senator David Purdue.
In 2018, Kemp won his position as Governor by defeating Abrams 50-49, a margin of about 55,000 votes.
Abrams hasn’t come to terms with her loss still to this day.
The same survey has Purdue also besting Abrams, this time by 5-points.
As for who will face off against the Democrat’s presumptive nominee, Emerson has Governor Kemp leading the Donald Trump-backed Perdue by 11-points.
That’s despite a plurality of Republican respondents saying Donald Trump’s endorsement makes them more likely to support a candidate.
The Emerson survey also looked into the standing of the state’s U.S. Senate race.
In the poll, Hershel Walker – who is dominating his GOP primary opponents – leads incumbent Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock 49-45.
The running back legend received more good news, as Senator Warnock is now facing a potentially massive scandal.
The Washington Free Beacon broke a story that a judge has ordered Senator Warnock to attend custody mediation with his ex-wife.
According to the Free Beacon, Warnock’s ex, Oulèye Ndoye is accusing the Senator of “neglecting visitation with their two young children and failing to pay childcare expenses.”
Meanwhile, Georgia Democrats are attacking football legend Hershel Walker for not finishing college.
After a collegiate career with the Georgia Bulldogs that featured a Heisman Trophy and National Championship victory, Walker left school following his junior year to declare himself eligible for the NFL draft.
Instead, Walker signed with the United States Football team and would play for the New Jersey Generals – owned by Donald Trump – before moving on to the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL.
Of course, the All-American would years later be part of Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice, where he lasted eight episodes.
Trump has endorsed Walker’s Senate candidacy.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.