Georgia’s Governor Kemp is, arguably, in office today because of the large amount of help he received from President Trump during his close race. Now, he doesn’t seem willing to return the favor as the question of if he’ll hold a critical special election hangs in the balance.
Kemp was also “missing in action” for Saturday night’s Trump Victory Rally in his state, where both Republican Senators David Purdue and Kelly Loeffler spoke. Ironically, Kemp was said to not be in attendance at the rally because of a personal emergency.
Now, Georgia’s Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan is speaking out about Kemp’s potential intentions on a special election:
GA Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan says Gov. Kemp calling a special session would be “a solution trying to find a problem.”
“I absolutely believe that to be the case, that the governor is not gonna call us into a special session.” pic.twitter.com/zq0ECEMk1s
— The Recount (@therecount) December 6, 2020