Savannah – Governor Brian Kemp accused an "uncontrollable" Democratic party of having launched a hurricane bill on Saturday blocked Michael and made fun of the efforts to boycott the state by "celebrities of the list C "dissatisfied with the new Georgian anti-abortion law.
Speaking at the Congress of Georgian Republicans, Kemp spoke out against the increasingly important fallout of Hollywood celebrities and some production companies who called for a boycott of Georgia after signing the law on the country. heartbeat that prohibits most abortions.
"I understand that some people do not like this new law. I'm fine with that, he says. "We are elected to do what is right – and defending a precious life is always the right thing to do."
Kemp added, "We are the party of freedom and opportunity. We value and protect innocent life – even if it creaks C-list celebrities. "
(Among those who signed Georgia's boycott letter: Sean Penn, Alec Baldwin, Mia Farrow, Kerry Washington, Gabrielle Union, Zoe Kravitz, Christina Applegate, Ben Stiller, Bradley Whitford, Tracee Ross Ellis, Uzo Aduba and Don Cheadle .)
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He also recalled his controversial TV spots showing him pointing a shotgun at his daughter's pretender, and another showing him threatening to "gather illegals" in his truck if Congress did not act.
Kemp said his administration would ensure that "our weapons are not at hand" and said that he would lobby Congress for it to help farmers devastated by the government. October Hurricane "Even though I have to get in my van and go to Washington to get it. myself – and yes, I just said that. "
A deep partisan mistrust has blocked the long-promised natural disaster relief bill, even with no declared opposition to providing federal assistance to storm victims. An increasingly fierce struggle over Puerto Rico financing could hold a bipartisan agreement out of reach.
Not to mention her name, the Republican also alluded to her rival Stacey Abrams, who ended his campaign for the governorship 10 days after the elections without conceding the race.
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"We fought all the liberal activists in the country – and we won," said Kemp. "And I'll repeat it for the people at the back of the room: we won. But make no mistake, we can not rest on our laurels. We must double and start again.
Abrams' main collaborator, Lauren Groh-Wargo, focused on Kemp's comments about the film industry, saying it shows that he "literally does not care if the film industry leaves Georgia ".
"The only way to stop these men is to permanently take away their power," she said.
Kemp, for his part, also protested against an "agenda-based media" that criticized his policy and against "talking heads and Twitter trolls" who want to obstruct his initiatives.
"I still believe that our best days are coming in this great state," he said. "People are a battlefield state in 2020. And it's time to choke and fight. The left is angry, they are radical and they are ridiculous. "
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