Stacey Abrams REFUSES To Disavow Jew Hatred
At a Campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia, on October 28, 2018, Democrat Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams was confronted by Big League Politics contributor Laura Loomer.
Loomer asked Abrams if she would disavow Jew-hating Democrat Muslim activist Linda Sarsour, who Abrams has embraced during her campaign and has campaigned with throughout the course of the election.
“Stacy excuse me, but you keep dodging my question: Will you disavow Linda Sarsour?”, Loomer asked.
Abrams’s aides and supporters can be heard in the video immediately shouting Loomer down, saying, “we ain’t having that.”
Abrams refusal to disavow Sarsour, a known Jew hater with ties to HAMAS, who recently made headlines after stating that Jewish people should not be humanized, is quite disturbing, especially given the fact that Loomer asked to Abrams to disavow Sarsour the day after 21 Jews were murdered by an anti-Semite while they were attending a baby naming ceremony at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Abrams has campaigned on a platform of “inclusion for all” and has claimed to support giving everyone a voice. However, her actions in the video suggest otherwise. Not only did she refuse to disavow Jew-hatred or even comment on the Synagogue shooting, but she is supported by other radical left-wing organizations that hold anti-Israel views.
Who is the voice of the American Jew? How can a candidate include Jews in their flock when their Shepherds’ BFF is a jihadi who is constantly sowing the seeds of hatred while radicalizing others? Who will be the voice for the Jews of Georgia if radical Abrams is elected as Governor?
This race is one of the most hotly contested in the nation. The latest polling shows Abrams at 46.9 and her opponent Kemp at 46.7. However, as was demonstrated during the 2016 presidential election, polls can often be misleading and aren’t always representative of reality, which was displayed on November 8, 2016 when majority of the polls said Hillary Clinton would win in a landslide.
Obviously, those polls were not accurate, because Donald J. Trump is now the 45th President of the United States of America.
In a chapter directly out of Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign playbook, Abrams trotted out Common, a Hollywood actor and rapper in an effort to con black voters into voting for a candidate who will keep them enslaved on the Democrat plantation.
When Common was confronted by Loomer about supporting Abrams, who in turn has aligned herself with Sarsour, Common had a typically ignorant platitude about how Abrams’s campaign would bring people together. Clearly, that is not the case since Abrams was entirely unwilling to stance herself from a known anti-Semite and jihadi.
Unlike Abrams, Republican challenger Brian Kemp who is also running for Governor of Georgia has stood for all Americans, including the Jews, and he has vowed to stand with Israel.
The people of Georgia will have a chance to reject Jew hatred and Marxism when they vote at the polls on November 6.
Article posted with permission from Laura Loomer