Yesterday, the GOP’s Brian Kemp won the Georgia gubernatorial primary. It is not coincidental that this same Kemp, as Secretary of State, removed 591,548 names from the state’s voter rolls in 2017. We expect another big purge in the next few weeks.
The Palast Investigative Fund has given Kemp, currently Secretary of State, 40 days to provide every name of those removed — or Kemp will face a federal lawsuit. Our initial investigation indicates the list is overloaded with voters of color and young voters, i.e. Democrats.
Kemp will face Stacey Abrams in November for the governor’s seat. Abrams told me she fears this ethnic cleansing of voter rolls especially because it is partly directed by Kris Kobach of Kansas.
A plea: We need to investigate immediately in preparation for potential legal action — within a time frame to prevent the theft of the midterm election by ballot-box trickery. Please donate: Georgia is just one of 26 states in which we plan action.
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