Two Big Scandals Struck Brian Kemp This Week
Georgia's governor was doing deals with globalists in Switzerland when Project Veritas uncovered CRT materials smuggled into Georgia's schools
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp stumbled into two scandals this week that will have Republican voters enraged in his state.
The first scandal was entirely self-inflicted: Kemp could not resist an invitation to attend the World Economic Forum’s annual conference in Davos. Why would the supposedly conservative governor want to mix with the international globalists at their signature gathering in Switzerland? He went there to complain that he was not getting enough money from the federal government in Washington, apparently.
Was this panel a sufficient reason for Kemp to attend the WEF conference? A conservative journalist named Leo Hohmann explained why Brian Kemp was really in Davos better than anyone.
Some have suggested that Kemp might just be going to Davos to gather information on a fact-finding trip, but I’m not buying it. Kemp has always been a globalist. He has courted the Chinese Communist Party to invest in Georgia, literally making promotional videos on how wonderful it is for Georgia to partner with the Chinese communists in various business ventures. Kemp has also rolled out the red carpet for the ultra-liberal film industry, much of which has relocated from California to avoid the high taxes there and take advantage of Georgia’s relatively cheap Southern labor. And people wonder why Georgia is turning from red to purple.
No, Brian Kemp is no principled conservative.
The Davos meeting is for elite globalists in key positions of power in government, business, Big Tech, Big Pharma and the field of entertainment. They will huddle in mostly private meetings to exchange ideas on how to advance globalism in the coming year, presenting their proposals and plans for how to use public-private partnerships to usher in what they call the Great Reset and the Fourth Industrial Revolution — which is essentially a plan to digitize all living and non-living things on the planet so they will be more trackable and controllable.
In other words, Brian Kemp was in Switzerland to sell out Georgia to the highest bidder. Leo Hohmann’s article resonated so much that Brian Kemp himself chose to respond to the article by sending out an email from his private account to rebut Hohmann’s charges on Monday.
Here’s the email from Brian Kemp to his biggest donors and supporters.
Needless to say, if you think Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates and the rest of the globalists invited Brian Kemp to Davos to lecture them in public about the virtues of conservative principles — well, it’s probably a good time to stop sniffing glue.
While Kemp was being battered on social media sites for his Davos trip, a second scandal struck him on Wednesday. The investigative journalists at Project Veritas released a new video of a left-wing activist celebrating the fact that the state of Georgia had purchased educational materials containing Critical Race Theory (CRT) for kindergartens in two counties.
By the way, it’s illegal to teach CRT in Georgia’s schools.
How had this happened? Well, the left-wing activist explained: because Brian Kemp “is such an idiot.” The governor and his education officials “have no clue” that CRT has been included in the curriculum that was just purchased from Teaching Lab.
Quintin Bostic, by his own admission, is making money by fooling “the ignorant parents” of Georgia into buying CRT products for their kids.
Rest assured, we will be reaching out to Brian Kemp for comment on this video today.
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