Georgia Gov Brian Kemp Endorses One Republican and Rejects Another
Georgia’s Brian Kemp is on a mission to make sure that Raphael Warnock isn’t re-elected. Kemp said that Warnock is “bad for Georgia” and that he has “failed the people of our state.” Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why Kemp believes Warnock shouldn’t be sent back to Washington.
During his time in the Senate, Warnock has had ample opportunities to work across the aisle and find common ground with his Republican colleagues. However, he has consistently chosen partisan bickering over bipartisanship, which has hurt Georgians in the long run.
Now, Kemp is pushing for people to vote for Warnock’s opponent, Herschel Walker.
“The runoff now is a very simple choice,” Kemp said at one point in the interview. “You know, are you going to vote for somebody that’s been with Joe Biden 96% of the time, or are you going to vote for somebody that’s going to go up there and fight for Georgia? And that’s the way I’m voting.”
The reporter asked Kemp, “Does Herschel Walker share your values?”
Kemp responded, “Well, listen, when I’m talking about going to Washington, D.C., and fighting for what Georgians need, I’m talking about the border, 40 year high inflation, astronomical gas prices since Joe Biden took office, and the agenda that Raphael Warnock has supported up there.”
Kemp explained that Walker is the go-to guy for the people of Georgia.
“I mean, to me, it’s that simple in this race,” he said again. “And that’s, you know, why I’m voting for Herschel Walker. I want somebody to go up there and go fight for our state and fight for our citizens, not fight to support a president that really, in my view, is not upholding the values of what Georgians want.”
But the questions remains yet to be seen as to whether or not Walker will actually defeat Warnock. Personally, I don’t think that he will. I think if he was going to do it, it would have been done already in the election in November.
Kemp has already stated that he will not be endorsing President Trump for president again this next presidential election. It’s still too early to know who he might endorse, but whoever it is, it will likely be a RINO.