Well, she couldn’t win the much smaller election of the Georgia governorship (here). Additionally, she believes U.S. elections aren’t fair (here and here).

Therefore, thanks to the same manner in which one and one equal two, would-be gun confiscator Stacey Abrams has decided she can be elected POTUS.

And soon.

Mere hours after telling a South by Southwest crowd she won’t be ready to take the Oval Office ’til at least 2028, the 45-year-old declared the state of her 2020 presidential pursuit “definitely on the table.”

Do you loooove Stacey?

Then get ready to frown, courtesy of her South by Southwest proclamation:

“In the spreadsheet with all the jobs I wanted to do, 2028 would be the earliest I would be ready to stand for president because I would have done the work I thought necessary to be effective at that job.”

Now prepare to grin from ear to ear!–

Some chick named Lauren Groh-Wargo — oh, wait: She’s Stacey’s former gubernatorial campaign manager and the CEO of Stace’s elections-stink group, Fair Fightcalled it:

So it’s on.

But:

Is it a good idea to rush to the Majors following a AA loss? Fox News says maybe not:

Democratic leaders reportedly have encouraged Abrams to run for Senate in Georgia in 2020 or again for governor in 2020, and analysts have pointed to numerous potential problems with her skipping ahead straight to a White House bid.

Skipping indeed.

But what do I know? I’m just someone eating homemade chocolate chip cookies.

Do you think Stacey has a shot? Will Kamala, Cory, Bernie, and PocaHauntUs just step back and give her the ol’ “Please — no, you”? And what about that gargoyle currently perched above the city of American politics, Hillary Rodham Clinton (here and here)?

Something tells me at least one of those candidates isn’t gonna be in the mood for a Fair Fight.

-Alex

 

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