Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Nazis Target Oprah And Stacey Abrams In Robocalls

Nazis Target Oprah And Stacey Abrams In Robocalls

Republican Brian Kemp, who oversees elections as Georgia's secretary of state, vehemently denies charges that he has used his office to make it harder for minorities to vote.

U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross granted an injunction, ordering Kemp to allow people previously flagged as ineligible to vote if they present proof of citizenship to county election officials.

McDowell said Thursday that Winfrey's campaign efforts on behalf of Abrams is "going to get that woman elected".

"Democracy is not just about our individual rights and concerns and our individual protections", Ms Winfrey said, "but rather it lives and thrives in making sure that everybody is lifted by the community". I don't want to run. "I paid for myself and I approve this message". I don't want to run. "I am not trying to test any water, don't want to go in those waters". During a debate against Abrams he said he would not recuse himself in other election-related issues.

The catchphrase was a reference to an episode of Oprah's talk show, in which the media mogul gifted audience members with a auto, announcing, "You get a vehicle!"

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They discussed migrant workers' rights as well as the importance of having consular notification when carrying out exe‌cuti‌o‌n‌s. In a shocking incident, Saudi Arabia has executed an Indonesian maid for killing her boss - while he was trying to rape her.

Oprah campaigned for Abrams in Georgia this week, saying, "I'm here today because of the men and because of the women who were lynched, who were humiliated, who were discriminated against, who were suppressed, who were repressed and oppressed".

"Georgia has always been on a path of change and evolution", Abrams said. "Come on, Oprah! It's dehumanizing, it's completely baseless, it's totally cruel, and again I say, you're much better than that and you're much bigger than that".

"It's my very first time ever canvassing for anybody, and it has been a really interesting experience because when you knock on a door, you don't know what people are going to do or say or how they're going to react", she said. "And Brian Kemp is going to do just that".

Kemp told the packed crowd of supporters that the race for governor was a simple choice: one between continued economic prosperity under Republican leadership, or a turn to "socialism" under Democrats.

And, if Kemp has his way, a so-called "religious liberty" bill will pass into law which could dry up Georgia's "Hollywood" money.

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