Kennesaw, Georgia — Newly unearthed video shows Socialist Stacey Abrams praising her left-wing billionaire San Francisco financier, Tom Steyer, then saying very matter of factually that the country needs to look at impeaching President Trump.
Socialist Stacey is in San Francisco tomorrow, October 4, for a fundraiser with San Francisco gun-grabbers.
Steyer has mostly run under the radar in the major news headlines this year, running second fiddle to billionaire financiers George Soros and Michael Bloomberg.
But make no mistake, Steyer is a major player in the key political races around the country, pledging $130 million in 2018 to elect politicians and legislators who pledge to impeach President Trump.
But it’s not just Washington, DC, he’s working on taking over, he’s dumping between $10-15 million into Georgia to elect Socialist Stacey Abrams the next governor of Georgia.
Here’s the video:
Steyer was in Georgia in April, which was reported by the AJC:
A billionaire activist is coming to Atlanta next week with a provocative and unambiguous message: President Donald Trump is unfit for the nation’s highest office and should be impeached.
Former hedge fund manager Tom Steyer, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest donors, is planning to headline a town hall-style event in downtown Atlanta on Monday, the latest stop in a 30-city nationwide tour aimed at building grassroots support for booting Trump.
“A lawless, dangerous and reckless president can only really be held to account through this process,” Steyer said in a recent interview, “and this process is not really driven so much by elected officials as it is by the people of the United States.”
Steyer has poured tens of millions of dollars into the effort, quarterbacked by the group Need to Impeach. The group lists what it says are eight “impeachable offenses” committed by Trump on its website, including violating the Constitution’s emoluments clause, which bars the president from accepting benefits from foreign governments, and obstructing the Justice Department’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Columbus mayor Teresa Tomlinson, who is exploring a U.S. Senate bid in 2020, and former South Carolina legislator Bakari Sellers are slated to appear with Steyer at next week’s event.