Just wondering if Stacey Abrams bragging about bringing 800,000 voters to Biden in Georgia will be of any concern to anyone like Sidney Powell or Lin Wood?

According to Forbes Stacey Woods accomplishments are focused on getting out the vote in a state that election fraud was rampant, blantant, in your face, and poorly done with sloppy, messy trails from dead people, to animals and casting their votes. And Abrams gets the credit for getting out the vote. Well then, let’s look into how she got that vote out. The information below is from the Forbes 2020 List of the World’s Most Powerful Women. Stacey is number 100 and Kamala is number 3. German’s Merkle is number 1. see full article here: The 2020 List Of The World’s Most Powerful Women: How Will Female Leaders Fare Post-Pandemic? ( I have a feeling these leaders will not fare well POST-PLANDEMIC. What say you?

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Stacey Abrams, the founder of voting rights organization Fair Fight, helped register 800,000 people in Georgia to vote, empowering them to let their voices be heard at the polls. 

To quantify a concept as subjective as power, the Forbes list of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women relies on a fairly traditional algorithm: power equals money, populations, media mentions and measurable impact. This formula results in a ranking that is, by and large, logical. It makes sense that the woman who leads Europe’s largest GDP sits at the top of the list. Likewise, it’s not crazy to suggest that a billionaire who volunteers to give away half her fortune to charity is influential in ways that many others in the world are not.

But in a year marked by mass protests around the globe—for Black Lives Matter, for democracy and against the status quo—it’s worth thinking about power a little differently. And as the Cambridge professor Mary Beard writes in Women & Power: A Manifesto, reconsidering the meaning of power means “thinking about the power of followers, not just of leaders. It means, above all, thinking about power as an attribute or even a verb (‘to power’), not as a possession.”

By this definition, few people were more powerful in 2020 than Stacey Abrams.

_______________________halt here a moment, I have to say something. A Manifesto reconsidering the meaning of power “thinking of power of followers not just leaders” like BLM and burning down Atlanta if they don’t get their way? Like that type of follower? We’ve heard the threats! And registering 800,000 people through her organization? I hope Powell and Wood are on to all of this. Okay….continue on reading while I am holding my nose…..

Abrams was a longtime representative in Georgia’s statehouse and ran to be its governor in 2018. She lost that race by a margin of 55,000 votes, something she and political observers attributed to racially motivated voter suppression. As a result, Abrams dedicated herself and her work over the last two years to empowering people to use their voice and their vote.

She founded the voting rights advocacy organization Fair Fight Action in 2018 to promote free and fair elections and to get eligible voters registered to vote (in Georgia and around the country). In this mission, Abrams was remarkably effective: She helped register 800,000 people in the state of Georgia, an effort that looks likely to have been a key reason the state just voted for its first Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.

_______________________halt here a moment, I can’t just read this and not comment. RACIALLY MOTIVATED VOTER SUPPRESSION from a nation that elected Obama two terms? Good grief. Give it up Stacey. You lost because the algorithms weren’t set properly. ? This organization Fair Fight Action – this needs investigated. Hope Powell and Wood are on it. Okay continue…………………

“We changed the trajectory of the nation,” Abrams said in November. “Because our combined power shows that progress is not only possible—it is inevitable.” Stacey Abrams

The potency of Abrams’ work becomes even clearer when held in the light of recent protests in other parts of the world. In Belarus this August, women became the face of mass demonstrations against what was seen as an election rigged to favor incumbent president Aleksandr Lukashenko, a man who has been called Europe’s “last dictator.” When he claimed he’d won 80% of the vote against opponent Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya—a housewife with no political experience but who promised voters she’d install an honest electoral system and real elections—thousands of women poured into the streets of Minsk in outrage.

________________________halt here a moment. Excuse me, but I have to comment. Stacey admits here that she and her organization changed the trajectory of the nation. Her combined power with the rest of the vote stealers showed that Dem vote theft is not only possible it is inevitable. That is what she was hiding. Remember these theives always say the opposite and blame the other person for doing what they did. And this was so in your face. And remember, this interview was done before the Kraken came forth. As all interviews and photos etc. are done in advance. I’m sure she had to submit this stuff a while back. It wasn’t just all written yesterday. Continue….

“The people of Belarus don’t have any right to express their opinion and protest fraudulent elections,” Nadya Myshelova, 32, an attorney, told Forbes. “The government goes against the Constitution and we don’t have any means to stop them.” 

In true democracies, there are safeguards against authoritarians. Voting helps preserve the power of the people, but only if the people have the power to vote.

It is for this reason that Abrams has earned the No. 100 spot on the 2020 list of the most powerful women in the world. She is not the only woman, or only Black woman, fighting to protect fair and free elections in the U.S. or around the world. Her work is representative of an entire collective, but in a country where a portion of the Voting Rights Act has been dismantled, it is essential work. In a year defined by so much loss—of lives, of livelihoods—protecting people’s voices and votes was among the most powerful work a person could do.

_________________________________halt….this will be my last time I promise. What I just read is a bunch of elaborated gobble from someone in a nation who is victim of voter fraud Dominion machines, and how Stacey is being honored in this forum for being a black woman fighting to protect fair and free elections in the US? When Georgia is now being sued by…I believe when I last looked 13 states…and rising, for voter fraud of which Staceys hands are all over the mess. So this reeks of some sort of alibi of character written in advance to push the fraud forward and save its key players. Okay, now I feel better….continue…..

Because power is, ultimately, subjective, there are plenty of people who will argue she deserves a different number; some will say higher, and plenty more will say Abrams’ name should be nowhere near a list that contains some of the world’s most well-known founders, CEOs and heads of state.

Abrams might even be one of those naysayers. “I’m nothing special,” she told Rolling Stone last month. “I just—I’m kind of relentless.” See the full list of 2020’s World’s 100 Most Powerful Women here

I can talk more now because it’s over. Right? Okay….first of all this is sickening to read, second of all it is obvious she is being padded a lot here for any upcoming indictments concerning voter fraud, but then again, they didn’t count on Dominion being confiscated back when they used their algorithms to determine the winners here or did they? Powell is on to Stacey as she is the one that alerted us a week or so ago to look into why Abrams attended a Bilderberg meeting. So Powell knows. So be happy in that fact.

Why is Abrams at the Bilderberg Meeting when the topics are these:

Charlie Skelton | wall of controversy

Meanwhile…just so you all know this is how the powerful elite raise up their puppets. Puppets are skins that cover evil demonic possessions and carry out the deeds of the puppet masters. For in the spiritual war, the devil and his minions can’t do anything unless someone in the flesh allows them to enter into their flesh and then do their bidding. This generally is accomplished through offering power, fame, money…that sort of thing. On a lower street level the reward might be sex, popularity among peers, alcohol, drugs…lower level stuff. Everyone has their price and sadly some just sell out for a pittance. The end reward whether you sold out for a trillion dollars or a six pack of beer or a quicky….is the same. Hell is not fair it just negotiates long enough to steal your soul and have Dominion over you. Same world, same games, same outcome which is chaos.

Stacey Abrams has ascended to political prominence. How has she harnessed  so much power in so little time? - The Washington Post

That being said, if you have or ever have thought of participating in vote stealing or any other type of bad deed, it would be wise to pray about it hard and rebuke the one who is tempting you. For like the brave man that came forward to testify about the post office said, “I couldn’t go to my grave knowing what I know and not telling someone about it.”

God is good and he will be victorious. May you seek him and pray for strength for these are wicked days. Pray also that those who were tempted come forth and repent, telling what they know for their own sakes and to save America.

Dianne Marshall

By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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