Stacey Abrams has made a big mess in Georgia and it just getting worse by the day.

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She started out just attacking a new voter integrity bill, meant to repair some of the hellish damage caused during the 2020 sham election.

But, big-mouth Stacey had to go and mess it up.

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The disinformation and phony “facts” surrounding this law are off the charts – even for our fake news media and the Dems – people like Abrams are either willfully lying, or blissfully ignorant…maybe a lot of both.  Either way, the whole “law” has gotten completely mischaracterized and as a result, “woke zombies” all over the country are up in arms and frothing at the mouth.

It’s so absurd that now Airlines are condemning the law, and the MLB pulled the All-Star game out of GA…

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That’s when Stacey Abrams knew she had a problem on her hands…when the MLB left the state.

So, she quickly scrambled to try and get them to change their mind, but HER damage was already done.

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Here’s part of what she said in a statement:

“I respect boycotts,” she said, “although I don’t want to see Georgia families hurt by lost events and jobs. Georgians targeted by voter suppression will be hurt as opportunities go to other states. We should not abandon the victims of [Republican] malice and lies – we must stand together.”

Well, now, after GA minority businesses have been hit the hardest, and people (and players) are livid, Abrams is taking another hit.

It turns out that the GA law was not only modeled after New York’s law (a raging blue state, and home to Chuck Schumer) but, it turns out that New York and GA actually had to implement these laws because Dems political groups were so out of control and kept breaking the rules.

Whoops.

From Daily Caller  

Georgia modeled a widely-criticized provision of its election integrity bill off of a New York state law, a state senator said Monday.

The provision prohibiting individuals from distributing food and drinks to electors within 150 feet of a polling station or within 25 feet of a voter standing in line to vote was based off of New York’s election law, Republican state Sen. Mike Dugan said.

President Joe Biden and other prominent Democrats have blasted that provision in particular as contributing to voter suppression.

“We copied that [provision] from New York,” Dugan told the National Review.

New York’s state election law prohibits non-election officials from giving “any meat, drink, tobacco, refreshment or provision to or for any person,” unless the gift in question has a retail value of less than one dollar.

So, basically, Stacey Abrams lied about the GA bill being “voter suppression.” But, we already knew that…However, now everyone else knows this since one of the biggest blue states in the country has the same exact laws – and that’s where the MLB headquarters are.

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All of those people in GA who have now lost their income since MLB left, can thank Stacey Abrams for a massive disinformation campaign, and being so dumb, that she didn’t even realize that a huge Dem state has the exact same thing.

This is shameful and she should be run out of town on a rail for this.

This piece was written by Missy Crane on April 5, 2021. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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