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Nobody’s Perfect: Stacy Abrams VS Brenda Snipes

Nobody’s Perfect

Last week there were two pretty obvious contenders for the Nobody’s Perfect Award.

Oprah’s pick of the week for governor: Stacy Abrams VS Broward County’s very own, woman of the hidden ballots, master of electoral chaos, and winner of the Nobody’s Knows where she got that hair award: Brenda Snipes.

Lets start with the loser who refuses to say she lost: Stacy Abrams.

What does the average Nobody know about Stacy Abrams? She wears some mighty pretty clothes: She was pretty upset when she came up short of winning, and her best friend Oprah said if you were black and you didn’t vote for her, your ancestors would rise up out of their graves and hang you from the highest Georgia tree.

Clearly, there were a few blacks who did NOT vote for a woman who supports sanctuary cities, puts illegals first, DEMANDS their vote, (YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE.) and wants to make Georgia into the next Venezuela. (President Trump’s words.)

Getting control of the airport with the most traffic in the country would ALSO be a plus. Think of how much she could do for those poor drug lords who would love to have a ‘friendly’ place to land?

You might wonder as I did: How did this woman get to this point?

Well…she’s been grooming for being at the table of black power for quite a while. In fact, they’ve been shoving her face with so many awards you would THINK she’s pay off the $150,00 credit card debt and the$50,000 back taxes.

You would think.

From Wiki (Which is like a PR for the next woman of the universe award)

EMILY’s List recognized Abrams as the inaugural recipient of the Gabrielle Giffords Rising Star Award in 2014. She was selected as an Aspen Rodel Fellow and a Hunt-Kean Fellow. She was also named as #11 on The Root 100 by The Root. Abrams was named Legislator of the Year by the Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals, Public Servant of the Year by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Outstanding Public Service by the Latin American Association, Champion for Georgia Cities by the Georgia Municipal Association, and as Legislator of the Year by the DeKalb County Chamber of Commerce.

She received the Georgia Legislative Service Award from the Association County Commissioners Georgia, the Democratic Legislator of the Year from the Young Democrats of Georgia and Red Clay Democrats, and an Environmental Leader Award from the Georgia Conservation Voters. Abrams is a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Next Generation Fellow of the American Assembly, an American Marshall Memorial Fellow, a Salzburg Seminar – Freeman Fellow on U.S.-East Asian Relations, and a Yukos Fellow for U.S. – Russian Relations.

That’s MIGHTY impressive. I want to know how many Hollywood parties she’s been too, don’t you?
And Russia? Uh…..okay.

So when she lost, she was pissed. Just as pissed off as Hillary was when SHE lost. Nobody can imagine the lucrative deals already set up for the Governor in Russia! And Nobody could imagine Hollywood’s fury when she lost. They threatened to never make another movie there again! God Forbid they might all go back to Canada.

Anyway…Abrams claims she’ll be back.

Abrams campaign officials argued Kemp, who served as George’s Secretary of State, engaged in “gross management” of the election, announcing last week they would file a federal lawsuit against the Republican. Abrams’ top campaign aide, Allegra Lawrence-Hardy, is overseeing a team of nearly three dozen lawyers “who in the coming days will draft the petition, along with a ream of affidavits from voters and would-be voters who say they were disenfranchised,” the Associated Press reported.

And then there’s Brenda Snipes…

Right. Brenda…..

Okay. Abrams wins the Nobody’s Perfect Award for the week because Brenda Snipes would take up too much of my time right now: I’m too busy eating Pistachios. There’s no room by my mouse for Brenda.

Sorry.

All we need to do is look at her to know what we think. Tell me honestly:

Would YOU want to write about this face?

I didn’t think so.

November 19, 2018 - Posted by | political races, progressives, Uncategorized | ,

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