Liberal activist Stacey Abrams is running for governor of Georgia again, and she recently stirred controversy for her mask hypocrisy at a campaign stop… in addition to her hypocrisy over election results.
Abrams went maskless while surrounded by masked schoolchildren, according to a photo from the school principal’s Twitter account.
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The tweet has been deleted, but the New York Post obtained a screenshot.
Take a look at the photo —
Yet another picture of an unmasked Democrat surrounded by masked children. This is at a Decatur, Georgia elementary school, where they have a district-wide mask mandate. #gapol #UnmaskOurKids https://t.co/36NRJkNmhV pic.twitter.com/GU7DgL2nIA
— Kelley K ???? * covid-georgia.com (@KelleyKga) February 5, 2022
She defied the Decatur school district’s mask mandate. Plus, she even asked the students to remain masked, according to a statement from her campaign.
“Her campaign said she wore a mask to the event and only removed it so she could be heard by students watching remotely and for a handful of photos on the condition that everyone around her was wearing face-coverings,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
“Video footage of the event reviewed by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows Abrams arrived at the podium wearing a mask, taking it off just before she began to speak.”
Previously, Abrams has accused Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp of cowardice for banning mask mandates.
“He is too afraid of the consequences of leadership to actually demonstrate any,” she said. “He continues to fiddle while Rome burns,” Abrams said on MSNBC in 2020. “This is not a man who’s capable of leadership.”
Abrams was slammed on Twitter for her mask hypocrisy. Take a look —
Confirmation, if any were needed, that Stacey Abrams is a member of the Democratic elite in good standing—mask hypocrisy is practically a status symbol now https://t.co/piZCWAfdyS
— Rich Lowry (@RichLowry) February 5, 2022
Abrams, formerly the top-ranked Democrat in Georgia’s statehouse, gained national attention after unsuccessfully running for governor in 2018… and losing.
After the election, she suspended her campaign and stopped challenging the election in court. However, she refused to concede, and she accused her opponent, State Secretary Brian Kemp, of “voter suppression” for overseeing the election from the state department.
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“She’s been spreading that voter suppression myth now for going on three or four years,” State Secretary Brad Raffensperger said in a speech in October, according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
“If you look at 2020, what you really saw was the flip side of that coin, and people talk about voter fraud.”
On Twitter, Abrams has attacked Republicans for former President Donald Trump’s theories about election fraud. Last month she claimed “democracy in peril.” She tweeted in May, “Republicans block a bi-partisan investigation so they can defend the Big Lie.”
Abrams has shown hypocrisy over election integrity. No one should be surprised at her hypocrisy over mask mandates.
The Horn editorial team