Georgia is one of the key states where President Trump is contesting the results of the election on the allegations of widespread voter fraud committed by Democrats on November 3 put Joe Biden on top by a little under 12,000 votes in the Peach State.
President Trump is in a heated battle with the Republican Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, after he went ahead and certified the results despite the widespread allegations of voter fraud in the state not being addressed.
But Georgia Governor Brian Kemp may be worried about his political future after Kayleigh McEnany just compared him to this socialist Democrat.
President Trump requested that Governor Kemp call a Special Session of the State Legislature in order for a proper signature match verification to be performed on all the shady mail-in ballots in Georgia.
But Governor Kemp ignored President Trump and went ahead and certified the election results.
And Kayleigh McEnany just ripped him a new one for it during a recent press conference, demanding Governor Kemp immediately “allow for signature match” before accusing him of attempting to “deceive voters” by falsely claiming he didn’t have the authority to verify signatures or call the State Legislature into session.
But McEnany didn’t stop there.
She then went one step further and compared Brian Kemp directly to socialist Democrat Stacey Abrams.
“Governor Kemp is no different than Stacey Abrams right now. She did this consent decree, and by not doing this, Governor Kemp is Stacey Abrams and that is despicable,” declared McEnany.
Of course, in 2018, Governor Brian Kemp narrowly defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams in a heated race – an election that Stacey Abrams still claims she won.
In 2018, Stacey Abrams used the same tactics Democrats used against President Trump in Georgia – like ballot drop boxes and mail-in voting schemes.
But despite all that, and the fact that video evidence just emerged showing poll worked in Georgia pulling ballots from underneath a suitcase and running them through the machine when they thought no one was looking, Governor Kemp is still refusing to call the State Legislature into session or demand a signature match verification on the shady mail-in ballots.
Brian Kemp is facing re-election in 2022.