The Democratic Super PAC Progress Action Fund ran an ad titled, “Brian Kemp: Right for Segregationists. Wrong for Georgia.”
Considering Kemp went viral in 2018 for an ad where he pointed a gun at a young man, it’s not surprising he would back this legislation for political points.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp pushed for a new state gun law during a press conference on Wednesday at the Adventure Outdoors, an outdoor sports store located about 15 miles Northwest of Atlanta. The new law would do away with the license needed to carry a handgun in public, openly or concealed on one’s body.
Now that there is no longer speculation about whether Stacey Abrams will run for governor of Georgia, people are eagerly turning their attention to next year's mid-term election. Oddsmakers have given Abrams the early edge over Brian Kemp.
There is no such thing as an AIDS vaccine. There’s not even a mandate for PrEP, the prescription drug that has been a game-changer in preventing the spread of HIV. Setting aside his referencing of a nonexistent vaccine and mandate, Kemp leads a state that already mandates vaccines.
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