During what Seth Keshel has termed "The Fish Fry from Hell" an event that has left the 8th District GOP smelling like an old mackerel, Kemp was caught on tape telling a woman "We're not going to have a special session."
This morning, despite feedback from Georgians statewide, Kemp underscored that he will not call a special session even to look into the indictments many are calling prosecutorial misconduct, tyrannical prosecution and simply unconstitutional.
WBS-TV reported that Kemp said:
“We have a law in the state of Georgia that clearly outlines the legal steps that can be taken if constituents believe their local prosecutors are violating their oath by engaging in unethical or illegal behavior,” Kemp said.
Fani Willis charged Trump with a felony for posting a Tweet:
Fani Willis charged David Shafer for booking a room:
Fani Willis charged Trump with another Tweet:
Informed Georgians know the Truth (or falsehood) when they hear it. Statements like "not seen any evidence that warrants" are falling now on deaf ears as Kemp desperately tries to keep his fingers in the dike of public opinion.
Perhaps this is because these groups now realize that these tyrannical actions could be used against any (or all) Georgians.