No, the only thing ‘stolen’ was her sanity, assuming she ever had it.

Via Free Beacon:

Democrat Stacey Abrams repeated her claim that her 2018 governor’s race was “stolen from the people of Georgia” in an MSNBC special on voting that aired Sunday.

Abrams, who lost to Republican Brian Kemp last by year by nearly 55,000 votes, has repeatedly claimed she lost due to voter suppression tactics and has refused to call Kemp’s win legitimate. Kemp was Georgia’s secretary of state when he ran for the office.

“Do you think the vote was stolen from you, the election was stolen from you?” MSNBC’s Katy Tur asked in an episode of American Swamp.

“I think the election was stolen from the people of Georgia,” Abrams said. “I don’t know that empirically I would have won, but if you add together the thousands of people who faced extraordinarily long lines, who faced hurdles that should not happen in a democracy, the votes that we know were not counted, the secretary of state, who was also my opponent in the race, purged more than 1.4 million voters over basically an eight-year period.”

Tur noted Kemp’s so-called purges were legal and were an enforcement of a law passed by Georgia Democrats, who dominated state politics for more than a century after the Civil War. Known as the “Use It or Lose It” law, it was signed Democratic governor Zell Miller in 1997 and is part of an effort to keep accurate, up-to-date voter information.

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