Georgia – -(Ammoland.com)- When you stand on principle and fight for Georgia values, there will be opposition. Winston Churchill famously declared, “You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life.”
As Secretary of State, Brian Kemp took on the Obama Justice Department twice – and won – to stop illegals from voting. He stood up to out-of-state organizations who tried to undermine Georgia elections. Kemp battled against Stacey Abrams and her liberal friends at the New Georgia Project when they tried to submit thousands of questionable voter registration forms.
Needless to say, Brian Kemp has a laundry list of enemies. As a candidate for governor, Kemp continues to draw opposition and attacks from the left.
Last week, Georgia Democratic Party Chairman DuBose Porter and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Evans bashed Kemp's plan to create a comprehensive database to track and deport criminal aliens.
This week, EMILY's List – the far left-leaning, pro-abortion group out of Washington, D.C. – decided to weigh in and criticize Brian's support of Mississippi's newly signed law that bans abortions after 15 weeks.
“Brian Kemp has shown us his cards: as governor, he would make Georgia women second-class citizens. His commitment to pass an extreme abortion ban is another reason why EMILY’s List is fighting to elect Stacey Abrams governor.”
Clearly, Brian Kemp is the only candidate for governor that Democrats actually fear. They aren't bashing the “frontrunner” or “true conservative.” The “outsider” or the bomb thrower. They are coming after Kemp – daily – with unbridled rage.
Georgia's next governor needs a steel spine and a matching pair of boots. We can't afford a soft, career politician in the governor's office. We need a proven, conservative businessman with a track record of fighting – and winning – for Georgia.
It's time to get involved in our grassroots efforts and do your part to elect Brian Kemp. Together, we can stand up to the left and put hardworking Georgians first.
Ryan Matthew Mahoney
Kemp for Governor