Stacey Abrams, the Gubernatorial Candidate, ridiculed Georgia Saturday and dismissed rival Gov. Brian Kemp (R) claims that the Peach State in the United States is the best place for business and living.
Abrams stated that he was tired of being told how the United States is the best place to do business, when in fact we are the worst country to live in.
The U.K. Daily Mail reported Abrams’ comments:
Abrams is unopposed as incumbent and heavy favourite Brian Kemp and Trump-backed David Perdue battle it out for the GOP nomination. Perdue was responding to Kemp’s insistence that the Peach State is one of the best places to do business in the country.
Abrams clarified that the state should do more on issues that are near the bottom of the national rankings.
She said, “Let me contextualize.” “When you’re number 48 in mental health and number one in maternal mortality, when your incarceration rate is on the rise, and your wages are declining, you aren’t the best place to live. Georgia can achieve greatness. But we need to have greatness in our governor’s offices. We need someone who believes in bringing us all together.