No One Expected Trump To “Endorse” This Controversial Politician

Former President Trump released fire & fury against “Republican” Governor of George Brian Kemp on Saturday, even making a suggestion that shocked the Ohio rally goers.

Trump wondered whether firebrand Democrat and failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams would have made a better governor that one that currently holds the office. Mr. Trump questioned perhaps if a Democrat won the election process in Georgia may have been more fair.

Of course Trump saying all of this with his typical satirical and sarcastic flare.

“Stacey Abrams, she said she won for governor,” Trump said. “By the way we might have been better if she did win for governor of Georgia, to tell the truth.”

During his first campaign rally since leaving office, the Former President mocked Abrams’ repeated claims that she won the the Georgia gubernatorial election, even though she lost by a landslide. However, Trump’s suggestion that the state may have been better off her at the helm is a hilarious thought. Quite honestly, it couldn’t get much worse that Gov. Brian Kemp, Republican or not.

Gov. Kemp suffered the wrath of then-President Trump after the debacle that was the 2020 November election. While Biden was pulling ahead in Georgia as a result of late-night ballot dumps and “water main breaks,” Kemp did nothing to maintain election integrity or challenge the results after the fact.

This enraged Donald Trump to no end.

In a series of leaked private phone calls, the Former President railed against Kemp, calling him a “nut job” amongst other applicable and spot-on assessments. Despite Trump’s endorsement of Kemp during his race with Stacey Abrams, the Georgia Governor sat on his hands while the Democrats stole the 2020 election.

The liberal media feigned outrage when the calls leaked.

As a result of the Trump-Kemp battle, the Republican party began to fracture, with those supporting the Former President’s claim on one side, and the weak RINOs on the other.

The rift caused confusion with Republican voters and the runoff to reelect Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Purdue did not go the way the GOP expected. Voters simply did not turn out to vote.

Kemp has since won back some support from Republicans in Georgia after pursuing and signing election security reform in the state in March and standing up to the mob of Democrats who opposed it.

Authors: Nolan Sheridan