Stacey Abrams Claims Attacks On DEI Are Attacks On ‘Democracy’

Two-time failed Georgia Democrat gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams, a known election denier, is calling out yet another so-called “attack on democracy” — opposition to racist Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) policies.

Abrams lost two elections to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) and claimed that both were “stolen” from her, but those false claims about an election aren’t attacks on “democracy,” according to her. Instead, she believes that it is an attack on “democracy,” “education” and “our economy” to condemn policies that focus on immutable characteristics rather than merit and qualifications.

The failed Democrat candidate made the comments during an interview with MSNBC host and notorious race grifter Al Sharpton. Her remarks began with an attack on former president and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, noting that Americans “should be terrified” of Trump because he wants to put an end to DEI — as she claims it would strip Americans of their rights.

“We should be terrified of the person who wants to come back into the White House, strip us of our rights, rescind the economic progress we have made, and undermine the democracy that we hold to be so dear,” Abrams said. “We have to remember that built into every victory are the seeds of defeat and built into every defeat are the seeds of victory. We have seen victory, but we cannot rest on that victory and think that it is impermeable and impervious to harm.”

“What we know is that the attack on diversity, equity, and inclusion, DEI, is an attack on democracy, it is an attack on education, it is an attack on how our economy works,” she continued.

Abrams then claimed that DEI represents a pathway “to the American dream” — essentially suggesting that minorities are unable to achieve the American dream on their own merit.

She went on to argue that Americans should “hold to” the supposed “successes” achieved under President Joe Biden and his Democrat allies — adding that “voting is not magic, voting is medicine, but it also means that it is a constant engagement and we cannot have a moment of success, we have to keep working constantly at moving ourselves forward.”

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