David Perdue Goes Full Racist, Says Stacey Abrams Demeans Her Own Race

Not long ago, David Perdue was one of the 100 United States Senators. But in a special election in 2021, he lost his seat to Democrat Jon Ossoff. Now, the former senator is trying to defeat the Republican Governor for Georgia, Brian Kemp.

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Things started off pretty well, after Kemp kept Perdue in Donald Trump’s good graces. But then polls came out showing challengers down more than 30%. Thanks to a drop in polls, Trump has shown less and less interest in voicing support for Perdue.

So, with its pro-life campaign, the Georgia Republican Party has resorted to racism against likely Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams. “Did you see what Stacey said this weekend?” he asks. “She said that Georgia was the worst place in the country to live. Hey, she’s not from here. Let her go back to where she came from if she doesn’t like it here.”

Perdue continued, “The only thing she wants is to be president of the United States. As she told Black farmers, you don’t have to be on the farm. And she tells black workers about hospitality and all this, you don’t have to – she’s demeaning her race when it comes to it. “

Despite the fact that he won’t go head-to-head with Abrams, Republican hopes closed, “I’ve really gotten over this. She should never be considered material to the governor of any state, much less our state where she hates to live.”


Todd Neikirk

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