As President Donald Trump is indicted in Georgia, a new video showing Democrat Stacey Abrams repeatedly denying her 2018 election loss against Republican Brian Kemp has gone viral on social media.
The clip, posted by RNC Research, showed the failed Georgia governor candidate claiming the election was “rigged,” “stolen,” and that “the process was not fair.”
During one clip, Abrams says, “But I didn’t lose, I got the votes, but we won’t know exactly how many because of how they cheated.”
Abrams also says in another video that she would never concede, adding that “concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper.”
“It was not a free and fair election,” Abrams said in an interview.
She also says, “I believe it was stolen from the Georgia voters.”
Abrams’s remarks are just like what Trump said following the 2020 election, which resulted in him being indicted, while Abrams faces no consequences.
According to Special Counsel Jack Smith’s indictment alleges Trump knowingly spread false claims that he won the election and continues spreading them “to make his knowingly false claims appear legitimate, create an intense national atmosphere of mistrust and anger, and erode public faith in the administration of the election.”
One of the counts against Trump alleges he attempted to defraud the US to overturn 2020 election results “by using knowingly false claims of election fraud to obstruct the federal function by which those results are collected, counted, and certified.”
In Trump’s latest indictment, he was charged with making false statements in relation to a statement made to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on September 17, 2021:
“As stated to you previously, the number of false and/or irregular votes is far greater than needed to change the Georgia election result.”
Abrams said, “If it looks like it’s cheating, it probably is” in relation to the election, as well as “we won’t ever know empirically that I got more votes because we will never know which votes didn’t get counted.”
Kari Lake went a step further on Tuesday, slamming the two-tiered justice system and pointing out that no clients of the late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein have been indicated, yet President Donald Trump has been indicted for the fourth time.
“It’s been 3 years, almost to the day since Jeffrey Epstein ‘killed himself.’ Not a single one of his clients has been indicted for heinous crimes against children,” she wrote Tuesday on X, formerly Twitter.