Afterwards, she uttered, “In my 15 years of radio, this is my favorite moment ever.”
Ferrell told the Bert Show he heard Abrams speak in Los Angeles two months away and was blown away by what a qualified candidate she is, what a real person she is.
“We are here to remind people how important this election is not just for Georgia but the entire nation,” Ferrell told the Bert Show.
Ferrell and his wife Viveca spent Sunday in Plains, Jimmy Carter's hometown, knocking on doors for Abrams and having coffee with the former president and his wife Rosalynn.
“They are amazing people and so ahead of their time,” Ferrell told the Frank and Wanda show.
He noted that he works in Georgia a lot and has made numerous projects here. “It’s such a film industry friendly place,” he said. “I have a connection to this place. I have grown to love how cosmopolitan Atlanta is.”
On V-103, Ferrell readily showed off his lack of hip-hop knowledge when Wanda asked him about his favorite rapper. He said, “Funky Cold Medina” and then got the wrong artist by adding, “Young MC.”
Ferrell later visited a Varsity near Town City Mall. He will hit the downtown Varsity at 4:45 p.m.