Georgia voters are getting insanely racist robocalls impersonating Oprah

Georgia voters are getting insanely racist robocalls impersonating Oprah

Georgia voters are getting insanely racist robocalls impersonating Oprah

"These automated calls are being sent into homes just days before President Trump arrives, reminding voters exactly who is promoting a political climate that celebrates this kind of vile, poisonous thinking", said Abrams' spokeswoman Abigail Collazo.

"I am here today because Stacey Abrams cares about the things that matter", Winfrey said.

She shared, "Georgia you've been on my mind and here's why".

She faces Republican Brian Kemp, who was appearing with Vice President Mike Pence at a trio of events in the state Thursday.

President Trump is holding a rally with Kemp later Sunday in Georgia. "You are disrespecting and disregarding their legacy, their suffering and their dreams when you don't vote".

"I have earned the right to think for myself and to vote for myself". If elected, Abrams will be the first-ever American black female governor. "Rather it lives and thrives in making sure that everybody is lifted by the community", Winfrey said.

In a Thursday speech delivered before a town hall, Winfrey praised gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and advised people to honor their ancestors by exercising their right to vote.

Winfrey did not mention Pence who, in appearances same day, charged Abrams with being "bankrolled by Hollywood liberals" and derided Winfrey's presence as well as a recent campaign appearance for Abrams by Will Ferrell.

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In Georgia, Abrams' Republican rival Brian Kemp called the calls "vile" and "contrary to the highest ideals of our state and country". We've got the priceless video of a shocked voter finding the Mighty O outside her house.

Her path to victory, as the campaign sees it, comes through activating voters who might have sat out past elections or never before cast a ballot while - at the same time, with the same message - appealing to political moderates, especially those tied into Atlanta's booming economy.

It is unknown how many Georgians received the robocall. "Because we are going to outwork him we are going to outvote him and we are going to win".

"Down here in Georgia y'all going door to door".

The Georgia Democratic Party said in a statement Sunday that the "scurrilous claims are 100 percent false" and called the investigation "another example of abuse of power" by Kemp.

"You are voting for her". Oprah then asked "Do you have an early voting plan?" and Denise assured her she did.

"I do", the woman responds.

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