Yesterday, The Georgia Record disclosing that Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, was invited to the Davos meeting in Switzerland. Davos is the name given to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
Public reaction has indicated concern about Kemp’s inclusion in the event which is broadly recognized as a chance for the world’s elite, led by Klaus Schwab, to gather and privately discuss their plans for expanding control over the rest of humanity.
Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum said in 2020, "The pandemic represents a rare but narrow window of opportunity to reflect, reimagine, and reset our world" Many ask why a German engineer who whose Swiss family moved to Germany during the Third Reich should be the guiding force for change in the world.
Following our story, it was reported that Kemp was not only invited as an attendee but is scheduled to speak at the event.
At the same time Kemps plans were surfacing, the Georgia General Assembly was busily protecting itself, its privacy and ability to avoid accountability. Previously both chambers had exempted themselves from Open record Act disclosures. New rules adopted Wednesday, add new provisions shielding communication between lawmakers and third parties under legislative privilege.
Legislators claim this is to prevent abuses between the parties, but First Amendment proponents sense greater concern and point out the urgency with which these rule changes were made.
Other newly-enacted rules prevent the use of cameras in committees and other areas unless expressly approved by the speaker.
An interesting parallel occurred during this week when newly-named House Speaker, Kevin McCarthy seemed reluctant to allow CSPAN cameras back into the U.S. House of Representatives despite their extensive coverage of his fight for Speaker of the House.