Stacey Abrams: “I Have the Capacity, the Competence, the Skills, and the Willingness” to be Biden’s VP
CBS News Anchor Gayle King responds: “everybody knows you’re extremely qualified.”
For some unknown reason, Stacey Abrams, who still thinks people stole the Georgia gubernatorial race from her, thinks she’s more than qualified to serve as presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s vice president.
I laughed when Abrams told King that she chose “not to hide my head” when she lost in 2018. Um, ma’am, you have complained and whined about the election being stolen from you.
After Stacey Abrams gives her pitch for why she should be Biden’s VP, CBS News Anchor Gayle King tells her:
“everybody knows you’re extremely qualified.”
— Nathan Brand (@NathanBrandWA) April 21, 2020
Gayle King of CBS This Morning allowed Abrams to list off her supposed accomplishments that prove she has the qualifications.
Except Abrams only concentrated on her social justice work after she lost the gubernatorial race, mainly her “work” to stop voter fraud.
That’s probably because Abrams does not have much experience in government. She served as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from 2007-2017. Yes, that is quite a bit, but she never moved up.
Then again, President Donald Trump did not have any government experience, and he’s now president of the entire country! But he picked capable people for his team, especially Vice President Mike Pence.
But Abrams showed us her motives in 2019:
- 2018 GA Gov Loser Stacey Abrams Open to 2020 Presidential Run
- Stacey Abrams Rejects Being Joe Biden’s Pre-Named VP: I’m “just as capable of becoming the President”
- Stacey Abrams Aiming for Vice President Nod: I Will Not Diminish My Ambition
- Stacey Abrams: I’ll be President by 2040
- Stacey Abrams: Sure, I’ll Take the VP Slot in 2020, but I Really Want to be President One Day
King told Abrams she is “extremely qualified” to be vice president.
I wonder if she feels the same way about Trump. I’m thinking no.DONATE
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