Brian Kemp

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Brian Kemp
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Governor of Georgia
From: January 14, 2019 – present
Predecessor Nathan Deal
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
27th Georgia Secretary of State
From: January 8, 2010 – November 8, 2018
Governor Sonny Perdue
Predecessor Karen Handel
Successor Robyn Crittenden
Georgia State Senate, 46th District
From: January 3, 2003 – January 3, 2007
Predecessor Doug Haines
Successor Bill Cowsert
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Marty Kemp
Religion Episcopalian

Brian Porter Kemp (born November 2, 1963 (age 59)) is the Republican governor of Georgia, elected to the position in 2018. Prior to that, he was the Secretary of State of Georgia and failed to protect the integrity of elections in the State.

President Donald Trump, in light of Kemp's ineffectiveness in ensuring a fair election there in 2020, said he is "ashamed" of having once endorsed the "hapless" Kemp, who has "done absolutely nothing."[1] Former Senator David Perdue announced his intention to challenge Kemp in the 2022 gubernatorial primary and has been endorsed by President Donald Trump.[2] Kemp and Raffensberger are known for forming many ties with communist China,[3] and globalist organisations such as the World Economic Forum, a group best known as the architects of the "Great Reset", who's 2023 Davos meeting Kemp attended, in his words, "to sell our state".[4]

Governor of Georgia

Kemp has a mostly conservative though ineffective record. He narrowly defeated an establishment rival in the 2018 Republican primary election. In May 2019, Kemp signed Georgia's Heartbeat Bill into law.[5] However, Kemp appointed establishmentarian Kelly Loeffler to the U.S. Senate over conservative alternatives,[6] and he avoided discussing immigration issues as governor despite emphasizing it during his 2018 campaign.[7] Lin Wood has also strongly insinuated that Kemp had been getting kickbacks from Dominion Systems, and thus was involved in the 2020 election fraud,[8] with Kemp also changing his mind on whether to certify or decertify votes in Georgia.

As governor, Brian Kemp has formed many ties with the Chinese Communist Party. In 2019, a meeting between Kemp and Consul General Li Qiangmin was followed 17 days later by Raffensperger announcing that Georgia would be awarding $107 million to Dominion Voting Systems for the replacement of state voting machines. Kemp met with Li's replacement Cai Wei in 2020 at the Houston Chinese Consulate; said consulate being considered a center for espionage and Wei being exposed as a spymaster. Through Kemp's dealings with China, Georgia's university system has become home to 6 of this country’s 63 chapters of the Confucius Institute, which are a Trojan horse for CCP propaganda.[9]

In November 2022, he was re-elected as Governor of Georgia after he defeated his hard-left Democrat opponent Stacey Abrahms for a second time, with a 11% lead.

As reported by Georgia Public Broadcasting, Brian Kemp participated in a panel on January 17, 2023 at that year's annual meeting by the far-left globalist organisation the World Economic Forum.[10]


Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice attempted to justify the Obama administration's illegal domestic spying by blaming Kemp, as reported by David Corn and Michael Isikoff.[11]


  2. Trump gives gubernatorial candidate David Purdue his 'complete and total endorsement' in recent campaign ad
  3. Brian Kemp and Brad Raffensperger Both Caught On Tape In CHINESE SCANDALS
  4. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp: I'm here in Davos to sell our state
  5. Multiple references: See also:
  6. Moran, Sean (December 4, 2019). Brian Kemp Defies President Trump, Taps Establishment-Backed Kelly Loeffler to Senate. Breitbart News. Retrieved December 4, 2019.
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  7. King, D.A. (December 4, 2019). Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Mentions Illegal Immigration in Senate Pick Announcement! – Otherwise Ignores the Crisis. Immigration Politics Georgia. Retrieved December 10, 2019.
  9. The Truth About Brian Kemp
  10. Kemp speaks on panel at World Economic Forum
  11. *The media term, "Russian meddling," conflates "state election board" hacking with "DNC hack." The DNC hack never took place. There were efforts however, by the GRU to hack state election boards. The Obama Department of Homeland Security alerted the state boards, but failed to get cooperation for a coordinated response out of fear among the states of another intrusion and power grab by the federal government."Many of the state officials—especially from the red states—wanted little, if anything, to do with the DHS. Leading the charge was Brian Kemp, Georgia’s secretary of state, an ambitious, staunchly conservative Republican who feared the hidden hand of the Obama White House. “We don’t need the federal government to take over our voting,” he told Johnson.
    Johnson tried to explain that DHS’s cybersecurity experts could help state systems search for vulnerabilities and protect against penetrations. He encouraged them to take basic cybersecurity steps, such as ensuring voting machines were not connected to the internet when voting was underway. And he kept explaining that any federal help would be voluntary for the states. “He must have used the word voluntary 15 times,” recalled a Homeland Security official who was on the call. “But there was a lot of skepticism that revolved around saying, ‘We don’t want Big Brother coming in and running our election process.’ ”
    After the call, Johnson and his aides realized encouraging local officials to accept their help was going to be tough. They gave up on the idea of declaring these systems critical infrastructure and instead concluded they would have to keep urging state and local officials to accept their cybersecurity assistance.
    Johnson’s interaction with local and state officials was a warning for the White House. If administration officials were going to enlist these election officials to thwart Russian interference in the voting, they would need GOP leaders in Congress to be part of the endeavor and, in a way, vouch for the federal government."

    “Why the Hell Are We Standing Down?”, The secret story of Obama’s response to Putin’s attack on the 2016 election. Second of two excerpts adapted from Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putin’s War on America and the Election of Donald Trump (Twelve Books), by Michael Isikoff, chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo News, and David Corn, Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones. March 2018.

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