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Desperate Republican rival David Perdue tells Stacey Abrams to ‘go back where you came from’

Trump-backed GOP gubernatorial candidate David Perdue doubled in size down on racially charged, last-minute new line of attack against Stacey Abrams, the likely Democratic nominee, in interview on Monday evening.

Addressing the crowd on in final the day before the Republican primary, Perdue…who polls show following Gov. Brian Kemp, Republican who earned Trump’s anger when he refused help “fix Joe Biden win in state in 2020 – open up a new line of attack on Abrams, telling the audience, “She said Georgia is the worst place in country in live. Hey, she’s not from here. Let her go back where she came from. She doesn’t like it’s here.”

What happened in response to Abrams’ statement at a fundraiser over the weekend that she’s ‘tired of having heard that best state in country to do business when we’re at our worst in country in live”, according to an audio recording released by Gwinnett Daily Post. Abrams, who later tried walk back her remarks added: “When you’re number 48 for mental health when you’re #1 for maternal mortality when you have incarceration rate This on in rise and wages, which on in decline then you are not #1 place to live”.

Appearance on newsmax show hosted on former Trump administration press secretary Sean Spicer on On Monday evening, Perdue continued to attack Abrams. who was born in Wisconsin, grew up up in Mississippi, attended high school and college. in Georgia.

“She’s not from here,” Purdue said. “I tend to say, ‘Well, look, if you don’t like this, go back where you came from.”

In his previous speech on campaign stop outside Atlanta, Purdue also charged Abrams with ‘humiliation of one’s own race through comment shed made during her 2018 campaign for governor. When discussing vacancies in renewable energy sector, she said at the time that “people should not be involved in agriculture or hospitality to earn a living in Georgia”.

But Perdue formulated her argument as follows. way:

“When she told the black farmers, ‘You don’t need be on on the farm” and she told the black workers in hospitality and all that: “You don’t need be”, she humiliates her own race when it comes down to it.”

On Monday night on MSNBC, Abrams countered when asked about Perdue’s comments.

“No matter what of What kind of Republican is he? who wins this party nomination, she said, “I haven’t heard them formulate a plan yet for in future of Georgia”.


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