Stacey Abrams is an obvious try-hard, but her willingness to dump a ton of bricks onto the #MeToo movement all so she can advance her prospects of being Joe Biden's running mate is truly remarkable.
The failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate said Tuesday on CNN that she wanted to be Biden's pick for vice president despite the serious allegation of sexual assault he faces because, well, she's decided she believes him and not Tara Reade, the woman who's accusing him.
"The New York Times did a deep investigation, and they found that the accusation was not credible," she said. "I believe Joe Biden."
That's all, folks!
Don't confuse the assertion that the New York Times did a "deep investigation" with the idea that the paper simply didn't find what it wasn't really looking for.
Paul Broun for Congress