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Kemp Drubs Election-Denier Stacey Abrams in Ga. Gov Race

'Kemp’s victory swings the pendulum back to the GOP... '

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) Georgia Republican Brian Kemp thrashed election-denying Democrat Stacey Abrams in the state’s race for governor, delivering a drubbing that left the Left reeling.

The race was called as Kemp held more than 51% of the vote (that is to say a margin large enough to avoid a runoff) with Abrams holding 48%, with 60% of the total vote reported, according to Townhall.

Abrams, along with her fake news collaborators, had been attacking Georgia’s election integrity law as an act of voter suppression, but evidence proved that to be a misleading narrative. Indeed, voters in both the primary and the general elections of 2022 saw more voters than in 2018.

In 2018 Abrams refused to concede her election, citing voter suppression as the reason for her loss, according to the Washington Post.

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The mainstream media, seemingly wanting to continue the message, had already began firing up the voter suppression narrative. Jason Johnson, a MSNBC contributor, said, “The level of voter suppression [in Georgia] is beyond anything that we saw in 2018…We can’t say that whatever happens tonight is a fair and equitable election.”

Unfortunately for the media and their Democrat allies, Abrams had already conceded the race to Kemp on a phone call after 11:00 pm, according to WSBTV-Atlanta.

Greg Bluestein, a journalist for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, signaled that this resounding loss may move Georgia away from swing-state status.

“The Republican’s win capped a titanic rematch between two adversaries whose rivalry has reshaped the contours of Georgia politics,” Bluestein wrote. “Abrams’ narrow defeat in 2018 heralded the state’s transformation into a premier battleground. Kemp’s victory swings the pendulum back to the GOP.”

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