Tired of complaining about elections in Georgia, Stacey Abrams has decided to take her fake "voting rights" platform across the globe to Africa.
I guess she's campaigning the entire planet for her upcoming election for President of Earth!
Yes, Stacey Abrams has gone to Nigeria to help oversee THEIR elections.
This is NOT satire folks:
I don't know a lot about Nigerian politics, but here's something I do know: Stacey Abrams is not helping the situation there.
The only reason to have Stacey Abrams anywhere near an election is if you plan to deny the results, cry racism, and make a scene.
From Human Events:
Results are coming in after Nigeria's elections on Saturday, and as all three of the main parties in that nation are taking issues with the way elections and tallies are done, twice-failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams is on hand, for some reason.Abrams is with the National Democratic Institute "on a mission to observe elections and encourage voter participation," ZeroHedge reports, which is a "diplomatic initiative." NDI focuses on the youth vote, something Abrams has also pressed in her home state of Georgia.
Yeah, I can just tell you now there's going to be controversy around this election. There's simply no other reason for Abrams to stick her nose in it.
There have been reports of violence at some of the polling places and results are still coming in. "The political violence we've seen, the fear that some voters have faced, is troubling, and it is disturbing. And it should not be countenanced anywhere. Nigeria is the most populous democracy on this continent. And as goes Nigeria, so goes so much of the question of the future," Abrams told NPR...
The three main presidential candidates are Bola Tinubu from the governing All Progressives Congress party (APC), Atiku Abubakar of the main opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) and Peter Obi of the smaller Labour Party (LP), Reuters reports. With results in from 25 of Nigeria's 36 states, Tinubu is in the lead with 36 percent of the vote.Tinubu, who was formerly the governor of Lagos, attended Obama's nomination at the Democratic National Convention in 2012. Controversy surrounded his attendance, as his aides had said "Tinubu received a gold card invitation, which is prime; and with this, he will be joined by three other eminent personalities: Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State; Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Adeyemi Ikuforiji; and a former Commissioner for Information and Strategy in Lagos State, Mr Dele Alake." Other reports said he had paid for a ticket, though it may simply have been that Tinubu received an invitation after having made a donation larger than $5,000.
You just knew there would be some sort of DNC connection to one of the candidates.
One thing is for sure, this isn't the last we'll hear from Stacey Abrams. As long as elections exist, she will be there to proclaim that it was stolen from her.