Hillary: ‘Stacey Abrams Should Be Governor’ of Georgia

In a keynote address Tuesday at the Defense of Democracy Conference at Georgetown University, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed that failed Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams should have been elected governor of Georgia in 2018.

“Number one, voter suppression,” Hillary declared, despite there being no evidence of voter suppression. “We saw what happened in Georgia where Stacey Abrams should be governor of that state.”

“We also saw what happened in 2016,” continued the most corrupt politician in American history, complaining about her loss to Donald Trump. She went on to claim that up to 200,000 Wisconsin citizen voters “were turned away from the polls” because “maybe they didn’t have the correct form of identification, maybe the name on their driver’s license included a middle name or initial that wasn’t on their voter registration.”

Abrams and Clinton lost fair and square, but Democrats, noted for widespread voter fraud, don’t want fair elections — they want power.