On Tuesday, Brian Kemp, the dirtbag governor of Georgia, issued a statement in response to President Trump’s planned press conference to expose election fraud in the state of Georgia.

President Donald Trump, along with 18 others, was convicted On Monday night 41 charges, a blistering attack on those who dared to challenge the integrity of the 2020 election. Additionally, 30 unindicted co-conspirators are being investigated for their roles in uncovering election irregularities.

President Trump, never one to shy away from confronting those who seek to undermine him, announced He will hold a press conference next week to unveil a comprehensive and detailed report on election fraud in Georgia.

In a post on Truth Social, Trump wrote,

“A large, complex, detailed but irrefutable report on presidential election fraud in Georgia is nearly complete and will be presented by me at a major news conference in Bedminster, New Jersey on Monday next week at 11:00 am. Based on the results of this findings report, all charges against me and others should be dropped – a complete acquittal! He never went after those who rigged the elections. They only went after those who fought to find Riggers!”

Dirtbag Governor Kemp, who has been criticized by President Trump and conservatives for his handling of the 2020 election, responded directly to Trump’s Truth Social post.

“The 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. For nearly three years now, anyone with evidence of the fraud – under oath – has failed to come forward and prove anything in court. Our elections in Georgia are safe, accessible and fair, and they will continue to be so as long as I am governor. The future of our country is at stake in 2024 and that should be our focus.”

Gateway Pundit informed of Earlier, Brian Kemp signed a bill in May that would allow elected district attorneys to be removed from office.

According to a provision of the bill signed by Brian Kemp, a district attorney or solicitor-general may be removed from office for “willful misconduct in office, and conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice that brings disrepute to the office”.

  1. willful misconduct in officeDismissal: If a district attorney is found to have willfully and willfully violated his duties or abused his powers, this constitutes grounds for removal. It covers a broad spectrum of behavior, such as corruption, falsification of evidence, or willful disregard of legal process.
  2. conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice: This provision targets those practices which may not be outright illegal but are harmful to the integrity of the judicial system. This may include acts that bring disrepute to the district attorney’s office or undermine public confidence in the legal system, such as demonstrating bias, leaking confidential information, abuse of process, conflicts of interest, or improper relationships. involvement that compromises their impartiality.

The suspected premature posting of charges against President Donald Trump before grand jury proceedings could potentially be viewed as misconduct or as actions defaming office.

Based on these provisions alone, Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis must be fired!

But Brian Kemp is part of the political establishment that advocates for Donald Trump to be removed from office.

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