Democrats are the party of candy and sugar…
I say this because almost all of their supporters feel really good for the positions they support, but in reality they often have no idea what it is they are actually supporting. Their whole worldview lacks any substance—hence the candy party.
A recent court room interaction between an expert witness, testifying on behalf of Stacey Abrams‘ non-profit group Fair Fight Action Inc, and an attorney for Brad Raffensperger has reportedly revealed the bias of the expert witness.
Adrienne Jones, a professor at Atlanta’s Morehouse College, was grilled by the Defense’s attorney.
As the questioning progressed, he asked Jones if she was aware that one of the people she had previously supported through campaign contributions was a subject of the current lawsuit.
She responded that she was not aware of this…
Here are some more details regarding the recent interaction:
Stacey Abrams is a grifter who's wrong about everything except her canny assessment of the idiocy of the Democrat donor class and State Media.
— Nan Hayworth, M.D. (@NanHayworth) April 20, 2022
In brutal federal cross examination, Fair Fight Action witness admits she called to "overthrow" Donald Trump, and claimed GOP wanted "internment camps."… https://t.co/RlsFogxrNS
— SkyNet Platforms: #TheBrain (@SkyNetPlatform) April 20, 2022
Just The News highlights the court room testimony of Jones:
“You actually contributed to Ms. Ghazal’s past campaign, right?” defense attorney Carey Miller asked at one point.
“I did,” the professor answered.
“And you are aware that Ms. Ghazal is a defendant in this case?” the lawyer asked.
“No,” Jones answered.
"Abrams' willingness to engage in the hard work of democracy offers an important example to future leaders, especially young Black girls and women who often witness a political arena that devalues everything but, sometimes, their votes."https://t.co/asPrEeEhZ6
— Bonnie Jean Weinman (@bjweinman) April 19, 2022
I find it strange that Stacy Abrams Fair Fight Action Inc hasn't filed taxes since 2019 for 2018 😏
That's weird 🤷 pic.twitter.com/cRmGyB4hss
— Agent Rebecca (@GadgetCan2) January 25, 2022
CNN reminds us that Abrams is running for Governor of Georgia this year:
There is so much more work that needs to be done. Whether or not she is elected in Georgia next year, Abrams is uniquely positioned to push for the progress we need.
Abrams faces stiff political headwinds, particularly thanks to GOP voter suppression efforts and, thus far, the failure of the Democratic Party to pass voting rights legislation ahead of next year’s midterms.