Suggested alternate name for Abrams’ ‘Election Integrity’ Group,
‘No Integrity And Can Be Bought For $5 Million’ Group
Via Daily Caller.
Stacey Abrams, who launched a voting rights group to promote fair elections across the country, says she has no issue with billionaire Michael Bloomberg using his immense wealth to win the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Abrams appeared on “The View” Monday to discuss a range of issues, including her desire to one day occupy the White House and her current work to protect the integrity of the country’s election system. The former romance novelist launched voting rights group Fair Fight in 2019 and has solicited donations in order for the group to remain active ahead of the November elections.
During the segment, Abrams was confronted about a $5 million donation from Bloomberg to Fair Fight, the group’s largest donation to date….
“Given that your goal is to make elections fair, like you just said, with the hundreds of millions of dollars Bloomberg is spending on campaign ads and sort of bypassing primaries and caucuses right now, which is his choice, but I think it’s not looking like much of a fair fight,” said “The View” co-host Meghan McCain….
Abrams brushed off the narrative and said that Fair Fight receives many donations and that Bloomberg’s simply “had a few more zeros.”….