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Brian Kemp (R-GA), Governor of Georgia joined the Guy Benson Show to discuss the Atlanta braves reaching the world series after the MLB pulled its All-Star Game out of Atlanta over Georgia’s election security law over the summer.
Governor Kemp reacted to the Atlanta Braves securing a spot in the World Series saying,
“Well, certainly poetic justice in a lot of ways, considering, you know, the pressure that they relented to when they really shouldn’t have, I mean, it was ridiculous that the decision was a political one, and that shouldn’t be the case in sports. And you know, frankly, the lies that were being told by Stacey Abrams and a lot of other people in the pressuring that was going on to get them to pull the all-star game. And then the flip flop we saw after that to then come out and say, Oh, don’t pull the all-star game, and I still did it anyway. I mean, it just really was awful. What they did. I mean, it wasn’t fair. And it’s also ridiculous.”
Kemp weighed in on the Virginia Governor’s race saying,
“Well, from what I understand, McAuliffe needs some help when he says that, you know, parents shouldn’t be deciding what’s best for their children in regards to their education, especially when it’s K through 12. Education is pretty outrageous statement. And I think the voters are going to punish him for that, but it’s pretty obvious to me that they’re just trying to rally the base now. But I don’t think people in the middle of Virginia are buying it.”