While Abrams rants and raves about how Georgia is the “worst” state to live in, incumbent Governor Brian Kemp has eschewed ranting and raving in favor of actually doing.
However, every now and then, he will call out total and complete ignorance when he sees it, and Ms. Abrams was utterly brewing with such ignorance.
“If anyone wants to suggest we aren’t delivering on jobs and opportunities for everyone in this state, they should get their facts straight before commenting on things that they simply do not understand,” Kemp remarked coolly.
After all, if Ms. Abrams had even an rudimentary grasp of economics, which she does not, she would learn that Georgia, relative to many other states, is actually quite well-positioned relative to several other states that are still reeling from the pandemic.
Especially Democrat states.
On the other hand, the usually Republican state of Georgia ran a $5B surplus in the past year, and Governor Kemp has also repeatedly instituted a gas tax break over the past five months in response to a rapidly escalating inflation crisis.
It is quite interesting how Georgia supposedly went for Biden in the 2020 election, but that’s a whole other can of worms, not to mention a clear example of the official story versus the truth.
Furthermore, in an additional discredit to Abrams’s lame arguments, Kemp has also reduced the state income tax liability, which is due to go into effect in 2024, which will further amplify consumers’ spending power and stimulate business development.
Abrams, as usual, has zero original ideas of her own, which is why she, along with CNN, pretty much do nothing but sit around and attack Republicans while not-so-silently ripping their ideas off behind the scenes.
Even the Abrams “team” has no original ideas either, as evidenced by Abrams’s so-called spokesperson, Alex Floyd.
“While Brian Kemp is following Stacey Abrams’ lead in calling for tax rebates, he’s still pushing an extreme and dangerous agenda that threatens Georgia families and puts our economy at risk,” Floyd sneered.
Eh, what was that Floyd?
Kemp is following the lead of Abrams?
More like Abrams and the entire team are following the Republicans to grasp at any economic sound bites that sound plausible, as Democrats clearly don’t have a clue about the most basic principles underlying economics.
Moreover, Floyd doesn’t provide any specific detail, at all, regarding how Kemp is allegedly “pushing an extreme and dangerous agenda.”
What is clear, however, is the type of audience Floyd is targeting, or pandering to, with such melodramatic language, and it sure isn’t a reasonable audience.
On the contrary, it sounds like a typically emotion-driven mob that shows up outside Morton’s to harass Supreme Court Justices or outside the various businesses screaming and yelling for “justice.”
Even worse, the same type of volatile language employed by Abrams, which is curiously similar to hate-driven world leaders bent on destruction, is precisely the type that empowers various thugs to go engage in “smash and grab” robberies and a number of other behaviors that simply bugger belief.
Only in America can the “oppressed” steal nearly $1,000 in merchandise and be let out of jail literally for free based on whatever race, ethnicity, or sexual identity the media happens to be favoring that day.
And that’s precisely what will come to Georgia if someone like Abrams manages to “win” the election.
Author: Jane Jones