November 5, 2018
So Trump was in Georgia Sunday night.
I would not have thought that they needed the push.
This Abrams negress is a complete lunatic and her poll numbers are horrible.
President Donald Trump told supporters during Sunday evening’s rally in Macon, Georgia, that Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will turn their state into Venezuela if she wins Tuesday.
“Stacey Abrams is one of the most extreme, far-left politicians in the entire country,” President Trump began. “She wants to raise your income tax very substantially. She wants to raise your property tax very substantially, right through the roof.”
“She supports a socialist takeover of health care, which means you will never be able to see your doctor,” the president continued. “You put Stacey in there, and you’re gonna have Georgia turn into Venezuela. I don’t think the people of Georgia like that.”
“Stacey Abrams — and I spoke to law enforcement, I spoke to everybody — is really weak on crime. Really weak on crime,” he added.
This bitch is likely to do the knock-out game on you on the street.
Definitely not a face you can trust, I’ll tell ya.
President Trump was in the Peach State to drum up last-minute support for Republican gubernatorial candidate and Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp and Tennessee Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn.
“Brian Kemp is an incredible fighter and a tireless champion for the people and for the values of Georgia, and he was with me right from the beginning,” President Trump told his supporters before warning their “Second Amendment is gone” if Abrams is elected.
Kemp briefly addressed attendees to laud President Trump for “having Georgia on your mind.”
In actual fact, it seems to indicate that Trump is pretty confident about the midterms generally if he’s going somewhere where they don’t really seem to need the help.
By the way, with the vote tomorrow, these are the Real Clear Politics numbers:
They’re not even claiming the Senate is going to be anywhere near close, and they’re not feeling very good about the House.
If we lose the House, it is far from the end of the world. But I don’t think we will.
You all need to get your people together though. Regardless of where you live. It doesn’t matter where you live. You need to get your people together.
Here’s the full Georgia rally.