It seems that even in a time of national trouble that liberals will not stop trying to accuse everyone and everything of being a racist.
It’s almost become a situation where it is almost easier to get them to say what they think isn’t racist.
All things considered, it would be a much smaller list if they were telling the truth.
Former Democrat legislator and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in 2014 revealed her plan to change the racial demographics of the electorate heading into the 2021 congressional and legislative re-districting efforts (based on the 2020 Census). Abrams planned to prevent a “minority white conservative coalition” from governing in the South. Abrams said:
“My eye is on 2021. Because when we do re-districting in 2021, if we have not changed the electorate, especially in the South, we will have a majority minority population that is governed by a minority white conservative coalition. And that’s the most dangerous precedent that we can possibly set for the South in the next 20 years,” Stacey Abrams said at the 2014 Power PAC + National Conference, which was themed, “Race Will Win The Race: The Progressive Path To Victory.”
Abrams is emerging as a leading contender to be Joe Biden’s running mate in the 2020 election, particularly after Biden vowed to select a female for the ticket. Abrams is using her race to bolster her running-mate credentials, saying, “I believe a woman of color could help Vice President Biden turn out voters who want to see themselves reflected in the ticket itself.”
Abrams, who attended the elite globalist Bilderberg conference in 2019, has faced criticism for her participation in a racially-motivated 1992 burning of the Georgia flag on the state Capitol steps during an activism-heavy stint at Spelman College.
Abrams’ post-Election Day agitation in the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race, which she lost to Republican Brian Kemp, set a new standard for Democrat gamesmanship surrounding election results, indicating that similar manipulations can be expected in the 2020 presidential election.