I haven’t been paying much attention to the midterm elections.
Generally speaking, I am “blackpilled” and don’t think this election really matters. I don’t expect the Republican Congress to act on anything that I care about. If I lived in Georgia though, I would definitely vote against Stacey Abrams who has been caught burning the Georgia State Flag:
“ATLANTA — At a protest on the steps of the Georgia Capitol in 1992, Stacey Abrams, now the Democratic candidate for governor, joined in the burning of the state flag, which at the time incorporated the Confederate battle flag design and was viewed by many as a lingering symbol of white supremacy.
Ms. Abrams’s role in the protest, which took place around the end of her freshman year at Spelman College in Atlanta, has begun to emerge on social media on the eve of her first debate Tuesday with her Republican opponent, Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Mr. Kemp and his allies have sought to portray her as “too extreme for Georgia.” …”
I would come off the sidelines to vote against this:
She also wants to deface the Confederate monument on Stone Mountain. Whatever else Brian Kemp stands for (I don’t know and don’t care), he ISN’T going to do that in office.
Note: If Stacey Abrams wins the election in November, she will be hearing from us. I imagine she will be hearing from a lot of people who support our monuments!