Liberal activist and Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia Stacy Abrams has been very vocal in her criticism of the current Governor for not requiring masks indoors. “Incompetent and immoral” was how she described not mandating masks.
So it would be no surprise that she would be criticized when a picture of Abrams posing for a picture at a campaign stop at a school, with her being the only one in the picture not wearing a mask. The dozens of students, teachers and administrators were all in masks but Abrams mask less. The obvious “do as I say, not as I do” was pretty clear..
But Abrams hit back, saying any criticism about her not wearing a mask in the picture was “pitiful and predictable”. Of course, one can’t help but ask if it was so predictable, then why was she surprised at the response or, better yet, why did she do the opposite of what she says others should do to start with?
Ah, but she wasn’t finished. Abrams, who is Black, went on to imply that the criticism of her hypocrisy was worse because it was during Black History Month. “It is shameful that our opponents are using a Black History Month event….as the impetus for a false political attack.”
So, tell me again what wearing or not wearing a mask have to do with being Black? Well, we know the answer: nothing. But as so many liberals have taken to doing, if you are in a position that you can’t defend or your arguments just don’t seem to make sense, then yell “racist” or “sexist” or if you are really mad, do both. Just say it enough and the subject will change to the terrible “racist, sexist” people instead of you.
Of course this has nothing at all to do with being Black. It has to do with the fact that Abrams said it was “incompetent and immoral” not to require everyone to wear masks but then she doesn’t wear a mask. It seems pretty simple and straightforward. One cannot help but wonder how competent someone is who is not able to see the obvious problem.