Maybe if you say something enough other people will start to believe it.
That has to be failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abram’s line of thinking. The woman still believes she won in Georgia, except, you know, not actually being the governor of Georgia.
Speaking on Wednesday at the Center for American Progress conference, Abrams talked furthered her delusion that she actually won in the southern state.
Perhaps just as interesting is what Abrams believes helped contribute to her win. Abrams seems thinks that identity politics helped her get the victory.
She then went on to talk about the wonderful idea that is identity politics, which does nothing but divides people. It divides people on race, gender, religion and sexual orientation.
But identity politics does seem to the way of the Democratic Party as of late.