FILE – In this April 16, 2020, file photo, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp listens to a question from the press during a tour of a temporary hospital at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Kemp plans to have many of his state’s businesses up and running again as soon as Friday, April 24. (AP Photo/Ron Harris, Pool, File)

Listen To The Full Interview Below:

Brian Kemp, Governor of Georgia joined Fox News Radio’s Guy Benson Show to discuss the left’s latest boycott target over Georgia’s new election law.

Governor Kemp said,

“Look Guy, it’s just sad. I mean, you know, Home Depot came out with a statement saying they support accessible, secure elections and that’s not good enough. I mean, that’s where most Americans are. And this group just thinks that’s not good enough. But this is exactly what I warned against, you know, over a week ago, probably closer to two weeks ago. They’re coming for you next. You know, this crowd, you can never please them. There’s never enough, Major League Baseball is going to find that out. And all these corporations that don’t even want to be in the middle of a political fight, they just want to serve their customers. They want to provide good paying jobs. And it’s the hard working Georgians that are going to get hurt in this. And I’m standing with them telling people, you know, go support these businesses like Home Depot and others that aren’t getting engaged in, you know, these divisive policy debates. And they support things that most Americans and most Georgians do.”