Oprah Stumps For Democrats In Georgia. Mike Pence Responds Brilliantly

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She was in the state on Thursday campaigning for Abrams, cheering "everybody gets a vote!" "Be very careful. Don't make predictions before Election Day".

The hotly contested Georgia governor's race has garnered national attention and is now neck and neck, with Ms Abrams up against Republican nominee Brian Kemp.

Winfrey did not mention Trump by name in her campaign appearances, but she did decry all the "noise", "vitriol" and "crazy talk" that is now part of political discourse. After the initial shock and introductions, Oprah asked if she was surprised and Denise replied "Surprised?"

Winfrey is in Georgia in support of Abrams, who hopes to become Georgia's first black female governor.

"Democracy is not just about our individual rights and concerns and our individual protections". It goes on to compare the gubernatorial candidate to a "poor man's Aunt Jemimah" who "white women can be tricked into voting for, especially the fat ones". Nancy Pelosi coming out saying you guys already have it in the bag.

Speaking before the Republican-leaning suburbs of Atlanta, Ms Winfrey urged voters to make history by backing Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams in next week's midterm elections. "I'm not testing the waters", Winfrey said.

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"It's my very first time ever canvassing for anybody", Oprah said on Abrams' Instagram story on Thursday. President Trump will appear with Kemp on Sunday. "I'd like to remind Stacey and Oprah and Will Ferrell, I'm kind of a big deal, too", Mr Pence said, adding "a message for all Stacey Abrams' liberal friends: This ain't Hollywood".

"She pledges as governor, to continue her 11-year career from the state legislature of opposing even the most common sense limits on abortion and has called herself a 'staunch defender' of killing babies in abortions", reports the outlet.

The Republican Party has held Georgia's governor position since 2003.

"What I'm concerned about is that his overarching architecture of voter suppression, of ostracization, of demeaning and dehumanizing people, that that can cause people to think that their votes don't count, which is why we've been so aggressive about telling people the best antidote to his antics is to actually turn out and engage", Abrams said.

Winfrey and Abrams greet a crowd gathered for a town hall conversation in Marietta, Ga.

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