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Governor Brian Kemp Brutally Booed at GA State Republican Party Convention


Georgia Governor Brian Kemp was brutally booed at the state’s Republican Party Convention.

That’s right: the GA governor wasn’t booed by Democrats or the media.

He was booed by fellow Republicans.


Because Kemp bowed to the radical left and did not stand behind election integrity in regards to the 2020 presidential election.

The convention draws political activists, donors, and grassroots participants.

Kemp was booed so brutally that he could not get out a single line without being interrupted by boos.

This means that President Trump is still in full control of the Republican party!

And if Republicans want to win in 2022 and 2024, then they’d better get on board!

See the Kemp’s downfall below:

News media outlets are starting to finally realize that they’ve woken up a sleeping giant.

Republicans are angry!

Even international news outlets picked up on the incident.

Local Atlanta Journal Constitution reports:

The outpouring of anger aimed at Gov. Brian Kemp seemed inevitable.

Some of the activists who filled the ranks at the Georgia GOP convention have faulted him for not seeking to overturn Donald Trump’s election defeat — and they expressed that displeasure on Saturday by bombarding him with a wave of boos throughout his brief speech.

The jeering was so loud it was difficult to make out much of what Kemp said during his remarks, at least from the back of the Jekyll Island Convention Center. Whenever the governor’s supporters cheered, opponents booed. Whenever Kemp’s opponents booed, supporters would try to drown them out with cheers.

Standing with his wife and three daughters, Kemp powered through his address, highlighting his support for anti-abortion legislation, his approval of a measure that imposed new voting restrictions and his aggressive reopening of the state’s economy during the pandemic.

And yet he avoided more significant pushback, such as a formal rebuke or “censure” from the thousands of delegates and alternates. And he got facetime with influential activists as he circled the convention center before and after the remarks, taking selfies and answering questions from attendees in between events.

Still, it was a far cry from the hero’s welcome that Kemp, the state’s first lifelong Republican governor since Reconstruction, received at the last GOP meeting two years ago. At that gathering in Savannah, Kemp mocked “C-List celebrities” who threatened to boycott Georgia over the anti-abortion law, as an adoring crowd peppered him with ovations.

Nor was it an ideal reaction for a Republican seeking a unified base of support ahead of an expected rematch against Stacey Abrams, the Democrat he narrowly defeated in 2018. In a sign of the fractiousness within the party, many of the Kemp critics held signs supporting Vernon Jones, a recent GOP convert now trying to rebrand himself as a far-right conservative.

“We passed heartbeat legislation,” Kemp said of the abortion law, which was blocked by the courts.

We all know that if President Trump had been booed, it would be headline news everywhere.

So help us spread the word of this embarrassment!

Republicans who actually fight for Trump and believe in the Constitution need to know that they are not alone!

Keep in mind that this was NOT a Trump convention.

This was a Republican Party convention.

And according to the great people of this country, it’s still Donald Trump’s Republican party.

Newsweek acknowledged that the vast majority of attendees stand firm behind President Trump:

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp was overwhelmingly booed by attendees of the state’s Republican Party convention Saturday, with videos showing people prominently waving signs in support of former President Donald Trump as he took the stage.

Kemp, who Trump has repeatedly blamed for refusing to overturn his November presidential election loss, was jeered by Trump supporters during the second day of the state’s GOP convention. The Georgia governor eventually calmed down the crowd and even drew applause after he highlighted his reopening of the state from the COVID-19 pandemic back in late April.

But tensions over Kemp and Republican Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan’s refusal to replace the state’s Democratic slate of electors with GOP supporters of Trump were clearly still evident six months after the election.

Kemp was introduced by former Georgia Senator David Perdue, who lost in the ensuing January runoff election. The Republican governor, who said Trump’s electoral demands violated state law, spoke for about 30 seconds before the boos were quiet enough for him to be heard.

Georgia Public Broadcasting predicted earlier this week that the state convention would be a “pro-Trump, anti-Establishment affair.” Editor for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper, Brian O’Shea, said attendees of day two of the convention saved “the most raucous reception” yet for Vernon Jones, a former Georgia state representative who switched from the Democratic Party to the GOP in January over his support for Trump.

We don’t know about you, but this reminds us of the atmosphere in 2010.

That was when the Tea Party found its stride.

Republicans and Constitution-loving Americans are angry.

And it’s only a matter of time before we take our country back!


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