Hillary Clinton says Stacey Abrams should be governor of Georgia during ‘Bloody Sunday’ speech

Hillary Clinton simply cannot accept that she and some of her fellow Democrats were defeated in elections.

While making an appearance for the anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” Hillary stated, “Stacy Abrams should be governor, leading that state right now.”

Bloody Sunday

Clinton was invited to speak at the reenactment of the march from Selma to Montgomery near the Edmund Pettis Bridge.

This has become a highly-politicized event, with high-profile Democrats often grabbing some camera time to promote themselves or other candidates.

On this day, though, Hillary Clinton, who once vowed to try to help unite the country after her defeat, blatantly accused the current administration of racism.

Hillary also claimed Abrams was robbed of her victory because of discrimination that prevented minorities from getting out to vote.

Clinton stated, “We know, don’t we, that candidates both black and white lost their races because they had been deprived of the votes they otherwise would have gotten.”

“And the clearest example is from Georgia. Stacey Abrams should be governor, leading that state right now,” Clinton added.

No, Hillary, Abrams lost by more than 50,000 votes because the majority of Georgians did not want her as their governor, period.

False Narrative to Stir the Pot

Additionally, Hillary is just flat-out wrong. She claimed fewer voters were on the rolls in 2016 than in 2012.

The fact is, active voter registration went up by roughly 15,000 people during that time span (inactive and active combined were up by more than 500,000).

Furthermore, there were more than 200,000 additional votes cast in 2016 in the state than there were in 2012. These numbers are not even debatable, as they come directly from the official site of Georgia.

So, Hillary blatantly lies to push a bogus narrative, yet nobody calls her out on it.T hat probably has something to do with why her trust ratings were so low and she is a twice-failed presidential candidate.

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