Al Gore, Hillary Clinton and Stacey Abrams are all “election deniers,” by the Left’s own standards.
But Stacey Abrams is getting a rude awakening in one 2020 Biden state.
Now she’s brainstorming her next excuse after this massive setback.
Far-Left icon Stacey Abrams has been pretending she won the 2018 gubernatorial race in Georgia since the day she was declared the loser of the race.
Abrams lost her contest by about 55,000 votes, or about 1.5%.
Since then, she’s been one of the leading voices advocating for the elimination of all election integrity protections.
She even went as far as playing “President of the United Earth” on an episode of Star Trek.
Abrams is taking a second run at the Georgia governor’s mansion in 2022.
However, the latest polling out of the Peach State indicates the second verse may be the same as the first for Abrams.
According to an AARP survey – not exactly a bastion of conservative values – incumbent Governor Brian Kemp is leading the election-denier by 7-points, 52-45.
Kemp’s lead comes despite the fact that the Governor is still recovering from a tough primary contest vs. former U.S. Senator David Perdue.
The poll also found Kemp has a plus-5 approval rating from Georgia voters, compared to Abrams’ negative-4.
Further troubling for Abrams, only 12% of Georgians list so-called, “voting rights,” as one of their policy priorities.
Meanwhile, the GOP leads Democrats in the generic congressional ballot sampling by 3-points, 48-45.
In the U.S. Senate race in the Peach State, the AARP survey shows Trump-endorsed candidate Hershel Walker is gaining significant ground on incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock.
A previous poll from last month in Georgia had the football backfield legend trailing Warnock by 10-points.
However, the new AARP survey shows Walker is making a massive comeback, now trailing by just 3-points.
Elsewhere, Georgia voters aren’t happy with President Joe Biden’s job performance in the White House.
Only 34% of Georgians give Biden a thumbs up – compared to 65% who disapprove of the sitting President.
By comparison, former President Donald Trump’s approval rating in the state is virtually even.
All of this spells trouble for Abrams as she tries to actually win this go-around, instead of just playing make believe for another four years.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.