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GET WOKE, GO BROKE! After Devastating Midterm Loss Stacy Abrams Campaign Finds Itself Millions in Debt

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Failed Democrat Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams boasted for raising over $100 million in funds in the 2022 mid-term elections. The funds mostly came from mega-corporations and far-left radical activist groups that funded Abrams’s second failed attempt for the Georgia gubernatorial race.

Soon after her devastating defeat it has been revealed that her campaign now reportedly owes money and many of its staffers were cut from the pay roll shortly after the elections.

Abrams’s two-time campaign manager, Lauren Groh-Wargo, told Axios last week that the campaign owes more than $1 million in debt to vendors after her candidate was defeated by almost 300,000 votes.

“We did not just lose, we got blown out,” Groh-Wargo told Axios. “It was the most sub-optimal situation to be in. And we will be dealing with that situation for some time.”

Groh-Wargo told the outlet that she believes that a “cavalcade of negative press and negative polling” was a burden on fundraising despite Abrams outraging her Republican challenger Brian Kemp.

Despite her devastating loss in the first attempt to run for office, Abrams was and is considered a rising star of the Democratic Party. Where far-left radical and woke influence is slowly overtaking classical liberal ideologies. Many experts considered Abrams “an excellent running mate” to Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential run.

Despite accusing Republicans of “election denial” Abrams and many other prominent Democrats have still not given up on the fact that she lost both of her races against Republican Brian Kemp.

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“If we had ended the campaign with enough money to pay staff through January, and we lost — I think there would be pieces coming out about why does [the campaign] have like $2 million in bank,” the former Abrams staffer told NBC affiliate 11Alive in Atlanta. “I think the campaign was as transparent about things as it possibly could be.”

Another former Abrams staffer told Axios, ​​“I figured, $100 million? They should be able to pay me until December,” referring to their firing just weeks after the mid-term elections.

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H/T: Axios