GA Gov. Kemp Wants to Create a Party Without Trump Supporters

The 2020 election in the state of Georgia has been approved by Governor Brian Kemp. After the presidential election in 2020, many thousands of ballots were cast, providing Joe Biden a 12,000-vote advantage three days later.

These results were unequivocally validated by Kemp.

Kemp’s Crazy Plans

At that point, Americans discovered that Georgia was being improperly run by people who weren’t upholding their oaths to defend the Constitution, including its dishonest, crooked Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

GOP members made the decision to take action after having suspicions of foul play happening in the 2020 presidential election.

In Georgia, a lot of honorable citizens attended GOP gatherings all around the state and ran to take the place of party members who had assisted in the election of officials like Kemp and Raffensperger.

In reaction, Kemp wants to turn the GOP in Georgia into his own organization. Kemp recently revealed the information that follows. He expects to leave the governing state party, and he wishes his supporters to follow.

Gov. Brian Kemp announced to wealthy contributors that the 2022 midterms represented a warning that they could not continue to depend on the conventional party structure.

This cannot prevail in the future. That warning comes as Kemp’s biggest move yet to distance himself from the Georgia GOP and strengthen his own expanding political network.

His comments were made on Wednesday at a luncheon in Atlanta for the Georgians First Leadership Committee, an advocacy organization established by a Kemp-supported statute that accepts limitless contributions.

Kemp is broadening the purpose of the committee. He has chosen seasoned employees to run the business. On Wednesday, he reminded funders that he now intends to improve on victories from November.

GOP Has Strong Members

The old GOP was supplanted by good Americans who promote impartial, free elections in Cherokee County, located just north of Atlanta. These Americans went to conferences around the region at the lowest levels, while bringing many other good Americans alongside them.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.