Hank Sullivan Talks To BKP About The Ethics Violation With Rep Todd Jones
- The ethical conflict of interest on Rep Todd Jones. They will try to sweep it under the rug. Hank is going to push it out. There are powers at the state capital that have an agenda. This is only part of the agenda. The ethics complaint came about to push back against the system that is trying to ram this stuff down our throat. It is a 22 page complaint that was filed at the state capitol. There are 7 counts of ethics violations. What he did is against the law. 45–10-90. He used legislation to benefit himself. There aren’t any repercussions in breaking the law. He recruited other members of the general assembly to go along with him. Itis believed that the member of congress didn’t know that it would personal benefit Mr. Jones. He was lobbying for the bill and didn’t identify himself as a lobbyist. He created a private company to provide AI with predictive analysis on the data that he collected and then provide this information to a caseworker. In all of this the service plan would obstruct the freedoms of individuals and within the legislation he immunized himself and his company from any legal obligation. It is unknown what has happened with the ethics complaint. Now it is time to start pushing this out.
- We don’t have a profit. But the profit that Todd Jones would be talking about is the profit from the Georgia taxpayers and it would restrict the freedoms of people. When legislation is filed it stays for 2 years. And it will automatically be there next year. Don’t think for one minute that this is over. The technology behind the AI and data collection comes from China and the hardware is from China.
- Brian Kemp knew that the election was false yet he signed anyway. He signed the certification under false pretenses. If he had not signed the document it would have sent shockwaves around the country. Everything changed as soon as he signed the document. The governor didn’t have the guts and courage to do what needed to be done.
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