Democrat Stacey Abrams is still very upset about her election loss almost four months ago.
The failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate delivered her party’s official response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night, and she made it all about herself.
During her roughly 11-minute speech, she said “I,” “I’m,” or “my” at least 35 times.
Her entire speech was about what “I have done,” what “I have completed,” what “I’m going to do,” or how “my efforts” have played a role in something.
Abrams complained about “voter suppression,” “racism,” and “bigotry” playing a big role in America’s elections, which was a not-so-subtle shot at her loss to Georgia GOP Gov. Brian Kemp.
She also claimed that Trump’s policies are hurting the American economy, which bizarre given it’s arguably the hottest in the entire world.
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