It's not going to be easy for you to believe this, but Stacey Abrams, who is running for governor of Georgia, has recently stated that she wants to show support for the police.
She was discovered to be the leader of an organization that advocated for cutting funds to the police.
This is again another demonstration of her lack of integrity and her willingness to say anything in order to advance her political career.
Abrams is willing to try almost everything in order to win your vote. Her opponent Brian Kemp has called her out on yet another falsehood, which she has told.
We are all aware of the fact that Abrams is going around telling people that she has never supported the effort to defend the cops, but it is a lie that she is spreading.
Abrams, who is running for governor of Georgia for the second time, has made efforts in the past to put some space between herself and the strident rhetoric of the Defund the Police movement.
The Marguerite Casey Foundation was established in honor of Jim Casey's sister Marguerite Casey. Jim Casey was the founder of UPS.
According to the reports that Abrams has provided regarding her finances, she has received a minimum of $52,500 in income from the far-left nonprofit.
The foundation identifies itself as a non-profit organization that is both private and independent, and its mission is to assist low-income families in enhancing their voices and organizing their communities.
Despite this, she is still listed as a controlling person and board member in the documents filed with the state.
Stacey Abrams is not going to be able to get away with her lying because Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is on the case.
Recently, he has been dropping some bombs of truth.
It is common knowledge that Abrams has problems telling the truth.
When she was defeated by Brian Kemp in 2018, the competition for which she is best known, she alleged that he engaged in unethical behavior.
Her fellow Democrats have not voiced any criticism of her statements, despite the fact that many of them have characterized the election claims of the former president Donald Trump as an existential threat to democracy.