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Anti-Semite Linda Sarsour fully endorsed candidate Stacey Abrams in Atlanta, Georgia telling the crowd, “You know what I said when I first saw her? I said ‘Afternoon, Governor Abrams.’
Video has emerged from the rally from Georgia Gun Owners, a pro-gun organization who strongly opposes Abrams due to her anti-gun positions.
“Stacey Abrams met Linda Sarsour in Sarsour’s capacity as a leader of the Women’s March anniversary in Georgia, which leader Abrams attended,” said Abrams spokeswoman Priyanka Mantha. “To my knowledge, this is the one time they have met. Abrams and Sarsour disagree on many issues but share the commitment to advance women’s rights.”
Stacey Abrams is running for governor in Georgia, and if she were to win she would be the first black woman to ever be elected governor of any state in American history. Unfortunately for her, she has some major barriers standing in her way.
In April, Abrams wrote an op-ed for Fortune where she argued that her personal dept should not hold her back for running in the election. Currently, she owes over $227,000 in credit card debt, back taxes and student loans. Abrams back taxes are in the arrears $40,201 for 2015 and $13,851 for 2016, according to Yahoo! Finance. She’s also in real estate debt to the tune of $178,000 and even owes $4,434 on a car loan.
Between 2007 and 2017, Abrams served as state legislator and that part-time position paid a salary of $17,342 each year with $173 being granted to her for mileage and lodging when the legislature is in session.
Back in May, Sarsour tweeted about Abrams, “The engine behind the Stacey Abrams campaign and primary win are Black women.”
— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) May 23, 2018
Proud to stand with activist, organizer and @womensmarch national co-chair @lsarsour during #WomensMarch2018. When women speak up, stand up and show up for progress, incredible things happen. Let’s get to work. #PowerToThePolls #PowerToThePollsGA #TeamAbrams #gapol pic.twitter.com/CCW81wUXmy
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) January 20, 2018