New US Senator Appointed by Georgia Gov. Kemp Is Conservative, Except for This One Big Issue
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp appointed businesswoman Kelly Loeffler to the U.S. Senate to fill the seat of Johnny Isakson.
Loeffler is a conservative, boasting that, “I haven’t spent my life trying to get to Washington. But here’s what folks are going to find out about me: I’m a lifelong conservative. Pro-Second Amendment. Pro-military. Pro-wall. And pro-Trump.”
But here’s the big problem with Kemp appointed Loeffler, she’s a Planned Parenthood advocate. All Gov. Kemp has done here is put another RINO into the Senate.
Penny Nance tweeted about Loeffler,
Also she has given thous of $$ in campaign contrib to liberal and pro-abortion candidates. There are better choices for Gov.Kemp 4 the next U.S. Senator from GA. He has a list of fantastic pro-life candidates. We hope he doesn’t pick the one the pro-life community will oppose actually runs the largest training program for abortionists in GA.. She is also part owner of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. The WNBA has been an outspoken supporter of Planned Parenthood, even partnering with the pro-abortion organization in opposing pro-life policies.
🚨 Also she has given thous of $$ in campaign contrib to liberal and pro-abortion candidates. There are better choices for Gov.Kemp 4 the next U.S. Senator from GA. He has a list of fantastic pro-life candidates. We hope he doesn’t pick the one the pro-life community will oppose
— Penny Nance (@PYNance) November 27, 2019
Everyone was urging him to choose ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Doug Collins.
According to Fox News,
Kemp’s decision came despite intense criticism from conservative allies of President Trump who wanted Kemp to appoint Rep. Doug Collins, one of Trump’s staunchest defenders in Congress. Loeffler, a co-owner of the Atlanta Dream professional woman’s basketball team, on Wednesday attempted to assuage the concerns of those who were against the political outsider…
…Collins, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, delivered an impassioned statement against impeaching Trump during a hearing Wednesday morning. He has publicly left open the door to challenging Loeffler for the seat, which is up for reelection in November 2020, despite Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., expressing support for Loeffler.
I have a suspicion that there is something else going on there because Kemp said he would never choose someone who is not pro-life, but he did. Even look at the quote from above, she didn’t even mention being pro-life. She mentioned everything else but that.