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Stacey Abrams, in the gubernatorial debate Monday night, signaled that once again she will not concede if she loses. “In 2018, you didn’t concede defeat to Gov. Kemp,” the moderator began, “and you talked of systemic problems with the state’s election system.
This election, do you commit to accept the outcome of the vote, regardless of what it shows, and do you stand by your use of words like ‘rigged’ four years ago to describe the state’s election system?”
The Georgia Democrat began her answer Monday saying that “in 2018 I began my speech on Nov. 16 acknowledging that Gov. Kemp had won the election.”
That’s false. Watch her speech here. Abrams “began” her 12-minute speech in 2018 with more than four minutes of complaining about how “democracy failed Georgia” and gripes about “misinformation.”
After four-plus minutes of objections, Abrams said, “I acknowledge that former Secretary of State Brian Kemp will be certified as the victor in the 2018 gubernatorial election.” That’s not an admission that he won — and she underscored that when she added, “Let’s be clear, this is not a speech of concession. … My assessment is the law currently allows no further viable remedy.”