“To say Brad Raffensperger is a little misguided,” Stephen Colbert, the voting rights activist and former candidate for governor of Georgia, told Stephen Colbert on Monday. “This man does not defend the rights of the voters. He is defending an election he led.
She added that Raffensperger was working with fellow Republicans in the state to limit access to the ballot box with new restrictions that could come into effect in time for the next election.
Still, Abrams admitted it’s a “good thing” that Raffensperger is defending the results of the presidential election, in which President-elect Joe Biden became the first Democratic presidential candidate to win the state since 1992.
But she also offered a reality check: “Even a broken clock is right twice a day.”
See more of his conversation with Colbert below: