“Fox Across America” radio host and comedian Jimmy Failla said on Thursday that Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams should get out of politics and “go back to writing romance novels.”
Failla made an appearance on Fox News’ midday panel show “Outnumbered,” where the discussion turned to Abrams’ recent claim that 6-week fetal heartbeats were “manufactured” and “tools of the patriarchy.”
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Failla pointed to Abrams’ poll numbers in Georgia, where she is once again attempting to unseat incumbent Republican Governor Brian Kemp, and argued that she was saying whatever she believed she had to in order to keep the far left engaged.
“She is in bad spot which is why she’s saying such ridiculous things,” Failla explained. “And let me be clear — I don’t have a medical background but I heard the heartbeat also … We have one kid, and I went to the prenatal visit when Maury Povich said it was my baby, I was like, all right, I guess I gotta go … But it’s a real thing.”
“What you just said about the polling is the crux of the whole thing, she needs to make this race close enough so she can lose in a way that allows her to claim it was stolen,” Failla continued, claiming that Abrams likely knew she couldn’t win and suggesting that she might not even want to win.
“She knows she’s not going to win, and she doesn’t want to govern. She can’t be relevant without playing a professional victim,” he said. “That has been the grift of Stacey Abrams this whole time. She has made so much money going out there and saying it was stolen, the vote was suppressed, never mind how mad people have gotten at President Trump for challenging Georgia. Stacey Abrams lost by five times as many votes in Georgia as Donald Trump did, and we’ve tolerated her introducing herself as the rightful governor of Georgia. She’s never conceded. Stacey Abrams is a clown, and she should just go back to writing romance novels.”
“She actually wrote one where the couple breaks up at the end, but the woman wouldn’t concede so they had to keep going,” Failla joked as the segment ended.