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Voter Fraud In The Georgia Run-Offs? Stacey Abrams Spills The Details To CNN



While President Trump and his legal team fight to prove the rampant voter fraud in Georgia’s November election, a new election is in progress already.

Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are facing off against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in brutal run-off elections that could decide the fate of the Senate. 

Liberals have made it clear they’re pulling out all the stops to flip the majority to Democrat control.

On Sunday, the 2016 Democratic gubernatorial candidate turned (supposed) grassroots expert, Stacey Abrams, spilled the details of her plan to CNN’s Jake Tapper.

And they should scare any Republicans who are hoping for a fair election. 

Abrams told Tapper “Democrats are prepared to win this election. This is the first runoff where we have the level of investment and engagement that it takes to win a runoff. We know from the numbers we are in a good place.”

Those numbers are the most concerning part of the whole interview.  

She said: “1.2 million absentee ballots have been requested thus far, and just to put that into context, 1.3 million were requested for all of the general election. Of that 1.2 million, 85,000 of those applications are from voters who does not vote in the general election and disproportionately between 18 and 29 and disproportionately people of color. That signals that we understand that we may need to make a plan to vote and deliver this election.”

Run-off elections rarely turn out MORE voters than a general election. In fact, they’re pretty much notorious for low voter turnout.

That makes Stacey’s assertion, combined with the suspicious results of November’s election, extremely suspicious.

Of course, Stacey is already dismissing any claims of fraud. She told Tapper: “What Donald Trump is doing, the disinformation is deeply problematic. I don’t know if he is going to help our harm his team. But we know that on our side of the conversation, we are pushing for leaders who will actually do the work of delivering COVID relief to Georgia.”

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