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The War For The Political Soul Of Georgia Is REAL!

  • The war for the polit­i­cal soul of Geor­gia is REAL! Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump Vs the Repub­li­can rul­ing class.… Gov­er­nor Bri­an Kemp says he will sup­port the 2024 pres­i­den­tial nom­i­nee… but will that be Trump? Kemp wants to run for sen­ate in 2026… there would be noth­ing good about Trump as pres­i­dent when he wants to run and Kem­p’s like­ly oppo­nent could be Mar­jorie Tay­lor Greene.… Don’t count out Kel­ly Loef­fler and don’t for­get Chris Carr and Brad Raf­fensperg­er want to be Gov­er­nor… Damn the sh** is get­ting real in Georgia.…
  • GA Gov Bri­an Kemp meet­ing with McConnell and NRSC chair Daines this week, next GA sen­ate race is in 2026. Bri­an Kemp is meet­ing with GOP Sen­ate lead­ers on the hill this week. And the trip has repub­li­cans in Wash­ing­ton and Atlanta think­ing about 2026. 
  • What is going down in GA with the rul­ing class… you need to pay atten­tion. There is absolute­ly no pos­si­ble way that if Don­ald Trump is pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States it is not a good thing for Bri­an Kemp to run for Sen­ate in 2026. Every­one is putting them­selves in place for their own advances and screw sav­ing the country. 
  • MTG is bud­dy­ing up with Kevin McCarthy and still keep­ing the MAGA crowd so she can get the endorse­ment from. 
  • Don’t leave out Kel­ly Loef­fler, Chris Carr and Brad Raf­fensperg­er. The repub­li­can rul­ing class in GA that plan every day to hold their pow­er structure. 
  • Don­ald J Trump will get indict­ed in GA. A real repub­li­can gov­er­nor and repub­li­can attor­ney gen­er­al would come out to con­demn Fani Willis. 
  • All along Bri­an Kemp and Brad Raf­fensperg­er have always spout­ed that the elec­tions in GA have always been safe. Chris Carr has nev­er launched an inves­ti­ga­tion into the fraud of the 2020 elec­tion. Bri­an Kemp is going to con­tin­ue to say that he doesn’t have the author­i­ty just as he has been claim­ing the con­sti­tu­tion doesn’t give him the authority. 
  • If con­vict­ed in GA, what are Trump’s chances of being par­doned or paroled? Will the for­mer pres­i­dent serve jail time? Some of this depends on the seri­ous­ness of the charge, most of the things con­sid­ered involve fraud and attempt­ing to over­turn an elec­tion and are felonies under GA law. Felony con­vic­tions in GA gen­er­al­ly require at least a one-year sen­tence, but there is such a thing as felony pro­ba­tion. The judge over­see­ing the case could release Trump with sev­er­al con­di­tions attached, includ­ing unan­nounced home vis­its, which may impede his abil­i­ty to live out of state. The judge would have to believe that Trump no longer rep­re­sents a threat, and Trump’s con­tin­u­ing social media rants make that case hard­er to make. Trump could get a par­don. InGA the Gov, some­times Trump loy­al­ist Bri­an Kemp, doesn’t have the pow­er to issue par­dons. That pow­er resides with­in the GA State Board of Par­dons and Paroles, a five mem­ber board of appointees by the Gov. The cur­rent Board has two black mem­bers, all of who have expe­ri­ence as pros­e­cu­tors in GA. The same board has the oppor­tu­ni­ty to parole Trump. There are writ­ten guide­lines based on the type of crime, age of the crim­i­nal, crim­i­nal his­to­ry, oth­er pend­ing charges against the appli­cant, and like­li­hood to reof­fend. The board nor­mal­ly uses those cri­te­ria to deter­mine what per­cent­age of one’s sen­tence they have to serve. Trump has no crim­i­nal his­to­ry and is old, which works in his favor. The board must be will­ful­ly blind to oth­er fed­er­al and state inves­ti­ga­tions against Trump and his ongo­ing behav­ior. Parole would also require Trump to admit guilt and apol­o­gize unless there was a pre­pon­der­ance of evi­dence exon­er­at­ing him. The GA board does have the dis­cre­tionary pow­er to throw out all the guide­lines, so even a guilty ver­dict doesn’t mean he’ll serve jail time. 
  • Be care­ful… There is a rea­son Fani Willis is hold­ing these cards. 
  • MI attor­ney gen­er­al charges false elec­tors over efforts to over­turn the 2020 elec­tion. Spe­cial Coun­sel inves­ti­gat­ing fake elec­tor schemes in 2020. MI AG charest false elec­tors over efforts to over­turn the 2020 elec­tion. Each of the 16 defen­dants has been charged with 8 felony counts: one count of con­spir­a­cy to com­mit forgery — 14 year felony, two counts of forgery — 14 year felony, one count of con­spir­a­cy to com­mit utter­ing and pub­lish­ing — 14 year felony, one coun­ty of utter­ing and pub­lish­ing — 14 year felony, one count of con­spir­a­cy to com­mit elec­tion law forgery — 5 year felony, two counts of elec­tion law forgery — 5 year felony. 
  • There is a rea­son GA is in a hold­ing pat­tern. There won’t be a par­don by Bri­an Kemp but Bri­an Kemp can call the parole board.
  • What they don’t want you to see… Chair­man James Com­er high­lights tomorrow’s Over­sight hear­ing with 2 IRS whistle­blow­ers to uncov­er more cred­i­ble evi­dence of crim­i­nal behav­ior com­mit­ted by Pres­i­dent Biden and his family. 

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