In an interview with PBS NewsHour on Tuesday, Georgia gubernatorial loser and voter fraud enthusiast Stacey Abrams stated that, “as a partisan,” she is worried that the various election integrity laws being passed in several states could cause Democrats to lose in the 2022 midterms, and that American democracy “is not safe, it is not sound, and it is not resilient.”
“As a partisan, I am concerned about whether my party, which tends to be over-representative of communities of color, of communities that are disadvantaged and marginalized, that the party to which I pledge allegiance, or at least I have given my fealty, that the party could lose,” Abrams admitted. “But I honestly want us to return to the fundamentals of voting.”
No, she “honestly” does not. She wants to facilitate the kind of massive voter fraud that her party used to steal the 2020 election. And the reason her party is over-representative of “communities that are disadvantaged” is precisely because her party has mismanaged those communities for half a century.
“In a nation like the U.S., with its changing demography, if the response to increased participation by communities of color, by young people, by women, if the response is to restrict their access and impede their participation, that is a very, very strong signal that we are heading in the wrong direction and that our democracy is not safe, it is not sound, and it is not resilient,” she added.
Voter integrity laws demonstrably expand voting access, not suppress it. But to win elections, Abrams and her media enablers must press the false narrative that the right is trying to restrict minorities from voting.