Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has just launched her first video on the TikTok platform, which features numerous staffers dancing around mindlessly to popular pop artist Lizzo’s “About Damn Time.”
Initially, the video appeared to be filled with staffers dancing about, though a closer view of the video reveals that the campaign manager for Abrams’ campaign was further tarnished by the obscene gestures of Lauren Groh-Wargo, who brandished two middle fingers during her entire on-screen appearance.
The divisive campaign manager made the aggressive gesture as the lyrics trilled, “cause I give a f*** way too much.”
“I’ma need to shots in my cup,” the maniacal song continued against the Groh-Wargo’s visually aggressive backdrop.
Abrams has stormed the media again with a vengeance, not only securing the Democratic Party nomination for the gubernatorial run in Georgia, but also shredding the state she allegedly intends to represent by referring to it as “the worst state in the [nation] to live in” despite owning two homes in the state.
In addition, the mainstream media has worked overtime trying to remove several incendiary comments Abrams has made in the past, such as when she labeled Georgia’s voting integrity laws as the equivalent of “Jim Crow 2.0,” allegedly due to the suppression of minority voices that would result from showing voter ID and engaging in other basic election security measures.
Despite Abrams’s insistence of widespread voter suppression across the state of Georgia, record turnout numbers for the primaries have ensued instead, undermining her aggressive claims.
In the fall, Abrams will face off with incumbent Governor Brian Kemp, whose campaign team has largely ignored the behavior of Abrams’s unruly staff.
However, once Abrams blasted Georgia as the “worst state to live” in the nation, she did attract attention from Tate Mitchell, who serves as Kemp’s press secretary.
Sharing a screen grab of Abrams’s bashing of Georgia, Mitchell remarked, “In less than one week Abrams said Georgia is ‘the worst’ and her campaign manager posted a video flipping off the masses” in reference to the Democrats’ clear disdain for the majority.
“Steady as she goes, guys!” Mitchell added wryly.