Failed Candidate Stacey Abrams Now Pushing For Position At The Federal Communications Commission

Stacey Abrams has now run for governor of Georgia and lost twice, so she can’t necessarily just run for another office again right now.

Instead, she is apparently pushing for a job at the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC.

It’s not clear what qualifies her for such a position, but it probably doesn’t really matter.

Democrats like Abrams tend to fail up.

Breitbart News reports:

Report: Stacey Abrams Lobbying Biden to Be Next FCC Nominee

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Twice-failed Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is now lobbying the Joe Biden White House to be the next nominee for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to a report.

FCC nominee Gigi Sohn’s confirmation vote has been put on the back burner as Senate Democrats’ one-member majority has struggled to find a way to confirm her.

Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, said that she will push to renominate Sohn, a radical progressive on technology issues, if Congress’s upper chamber cannot confirm her this congressional session.

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Conservatives have slammed Sohn for threatening to use the federal government to silence conservatives, and Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has said that she has not been honest about her potential business conflicts.

If the Biden White House moves in another direction to supplant Sohn, Biden could nominate Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) aide Didier Barjon.

However, a Communications Daily report found that Stacey Abrams has been lobbying the White House to be the next FCC nominee for the telecommunications agency.

There’s a certain irony to this.

Maybe she should try getting a regular job.

 

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