Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R-GA) joined Fox News Radio’s Guy Benson Show to discuss his states newly passed election Reform bill. The widespread hysteria over Georgia’s new voting law is causing misinformation over what the bill actually does. Governor Kemp explained how the bill actually expands voting and common sense election security measures.
Governor Kemp defended the bill saying,
“First of all, this is a manufactured crisis from those that are profiting off of it, and the bill does, as we’ve always tried to do in Georgia and that’s make it easy to vote, hard to cheat, doing really common sense things that I think will make our elections even smoother in the state of Georgia, replacing the signature match with the voter I.D., which is free in Georgia, by the way, securing drop boxes around the clock, which didn’t exist before this legislation that I signed the other day. Common sense things like requiring poll workers to continue tabulating ballots until all votes are counted and then expands voting access, especially on the weekends. And it’s amazing that people are against those common sense measures.”
“And then you have President Biden weighing in on that issue and you look at his own home state of Delaware, it’s much more restricted when it comes to early voting than the state of Georgia people should compare those two.”
Listen To The Full Interview Below: