Stacey Abrams is best known for losing the Georgia governor’s race and then making a whole bunch of excuses about it. (Hillary style.)
She also, for reasons I DO NOT comprehend, gave the Democrats’ response to Trump’s State of the Union address.
It was a buzzword snoozefest. It was also telling that the Democrats chose someone who couldn’t even win her own race. I mean… is that really the best you’ve got?
Anyway…Stacey might actually be more delusional than your average Democrat (and that’s a feat!) because she’s mulling over a 2020 run.
Stacey Abrams, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said Monday it was possible she could seek her party’s presidential nomination next year.
Abrams’ comment came after an interview at the South by Southwest conference in Texas, where Abrams reportedly said she previously thought 2028 would be the earliest she could run for president, but over Twitter, she clarified: “Now 2020 is definitely on the table.”
Monday’s comments followed an interview Abrams did with The New York Times, in which she said she was “not going to dismiss it out of hand.”“I need women of color, particularly black women, to understand that our achievements should not be diminished,” Abrams said.
Outside of a White House bid, Abrams’ name has been floated as a potential challenger to Georgia GOP Sen. David Perdue, a Trump-ally up for re-election next year. CNN reported in January that Abrams had met with top Democrats about a Senate run.
So I guess add her to the list of 4,567 Democrats who think they’ll be the one to take on the BIG ORANGE BAD MAN.
BE MY GUEST.
Her supporters seem to think it might not be the right move:
They know she can’t win.