Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is trying to remove himself from any wrongdoing in the 2020 Election. However, he was involved and he can’t deny that he certified the corrupted and fraudulent results in his state.
Just the News reports:
Gov. Brian Kemp (R-Ga.) was confronted over the weekend about election integrity during a Fulton County GOP event, and he responded by saying he was not responsible for Georgia’s consent decree, which some Republicans claim abolished signature verification and allowed for voter fraud in the state.
“I had nothing to do with the consent decree,” said Kemp, whose reelection bid faces a challenge in the Georgia Republican primary by former Sen. David Perdue, who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
“Kemp allowed himself to be bullied into a disastrous consent decree that effectively abolished signature verification and allowed massive voter fraud to occur throughout the state of Georgia,” Trump said in his endorsement of Perdue.
“I was secretary of state for nine years,” Kemp said. “I know how the process works. I didn’t have anything to do with the consent decree, and so anybody that says I did, just show the proof of where my name is on that. Okay?”
The problem for Kemp is that he did certify the corrupt results in the state and he did so within minutes of having the opportunity to do so.
What we didn’t know at the time was that that entire election in Georgia was a mess and Fulton County was a disaster and that the Secretary of State had an individual inside Fulton County on Election night who told him this was the case. It was a disaster and still Kemp certified the results.