We told you yesterday about Vogue asking if Stacey Abrams can “save American democracy,” and as the New York Times notes, she might want to do that from the U.S. Vice President’s office — or at least one in an alternate universe:
Stacey Abrams, who announced this week that she would not run for president, said she would be open to being vice president https://t.co/wvyJFErLGq
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 14, 2019
NEW from me this AM: I spoke to Stacey Abrams last night abt her decision to not run for president. Whole Q&A is worth reading, but let's cut to the chase: now that she's officially not running herself, she can admit it: she's very open to the idea of VPhttps://t.co/vOUPIrjikO
— Steadmanâ˘ (@AsteadWesley) August 14, 2019
First there’s a question that must be answered:
In real life or in the imaginary world where she is the governor of Georgia?
— BSF (@BSF_75) August 14, 2019
LOL. Yeah, that remains to be seen.
How will she do that while still being the pretend Governor of GA?
— S R (@srob2247) August 14, 2019
Please, choose this sore loser as your running mate.
Canât wait to hear her explain how her election was âstolenâ from her. https://t.co/4oxXiLAyqi
— Amy Curtis (@RantyAmyCurtis) August 14, 2019
Between “Russia” and “voter suppression,” any 2020 Democrat who chooses Abrams as his or her running-mate will have multiple built-in excuses for losing at the ready.
And if the Dems lose – excuse me, when the Dems lose – she can add "Imaginary Vice-President" to her resume. https://t.co/adN7FircAt
— Blue State Snooze (@BlueSnoozeBlue) August 14, 2019
Definitely could happen.