Senator Cory Booker Says Georgia Election Is Being ‘Stolen’ From Democrat Stacey Abrams

Stacey Abrams refuses to concede the race as Democrats scramble to find more votes for her. But Senator ‘Spartacus’ Cory Booker of New Jersey claims the race is being stolen from Abrams.

Yahoo News reports:

Cory Booker says the Georgia election is being ‘stolen’ from Stacey Abrams

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said he believes the Georgia gubernatorial election is being “stolen” from Democrat Stacey Abrams. He spoke during an interview at Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit on Tuesday.

“There should be a federal investigation. The Justice Department should be investigating that election to make sure it was fair and the decisions that were made were not to politically advantage someone but to protect voters and the voting process,” Booker said.

Booker, who was not up for reelection this year but is a potential presidential candidate in 2020, noted that he was commenting “from a perspective where I have not been in the weeds,” but he said, based on what he’s seen, he is convinced that Abrams isn’t getting a fair shot.

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“I think that Stacey Abrams’s election is being stolen from her, using what I think are insidious measures to disenfranchise certain groups of people,” said Booker.

A spokesperson for the Justice Department declined to comment about whether it would open an investigation into the Georgia results.

If you want to know what Democrats are doing, just listen to what they are accusing their opponents of doing.


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